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Ohio Buckeye

Aesculus glabra
Found statewide, this is a slow-growing small tree to 30 feet tall. It is one of the first trees to leaf out and flower in th
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Osage Orange

Maclura pomifera
The familiar "hedge" or hedgeapple tree of the prairie regions of the state. Hard and durable wood is used for fence posts. H
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Overcup Oak

Quercus lyrata
Occurs naturally in southeastern Missouri and up the Mississippi River to St. Louis. Grows on wet, poorly drained sites and i
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Asimina triloba
This small tree has large drooping, pear-shaped leaves that are slightly aromatic. Flowers are inconspicuous and are green up
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Carya illinoensis
Most noted for edible nuts, but also is valued for wood. Does best on moist, well-drained river bottoms. Seedlings are grown
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Diospyros virginiana
A small to medium tree whose fruit is valuable to people and wildlife. Among the hardest of North American woods. The male an
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Pin Oak

Quercus palustris
This fast-growing oak grows naturally on poorly drained, heavy bottomland sites statewide. It is often used for landscaping a
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Pitch Loblolly Pine

Pinus rigida x Pinus taeda
This hybrid pine combines the cold hardiness and drought tolerance of pitch pine with the larger mature size, moist soil tole
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Post Oak

Quercus stellata
A medium to large-sized tree with a broad, rounded crown and stout, sometimes contorted branches. Distinctive cross- or ghost
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Red Mulberry

Morus rubra
Medium-size tree found statewide. Prefers good soil, but can be found on poor sites. Many species of birds and animals eat th
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Cercis canadensis
A small to medium understory tree with attractive early spring pink flowers. This legume is an attractive addition to wildlif
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River Birch

Betula nigra
A small-to-medium sized streambank tree useful for bank stabilization. Peeling, flaking bark gives the tree an attractive app