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A good looking ground cover for shadier areas. Produces pretty start shaped bright yellow flowers that emerge from the foliage on stalks. Foliage has pubescence giving it a velvety feel.
A pollinator favorite with its clusters of white flowers and enticing yellow centers. Blooms later in the season from late summer into fall.
Bold bright pink fuzzy plumes sit atop dark green foliage. A great perennial to give wet shadier areas a pop of color. Gets about 14-16 inches tall and wide.
Good for shady wet areas to provide a nice pop of color. Has tall feathery pink blooms on reddish stems. Grows to only 2 feet tall and wide with a mounding habit.
A larger variety of Astilbe growing to 2-4 feet tall with large loose panicles. Flowers are a light pink color and will be attractive to pollinators. Good for moist shady areas.
This native birch tree will develop beautiful white bark and great yellow fall color. Truth be told, its not a very long lived tree since it does best in more northern regions and its also susceptible to Bronze birch borer but many still are planted for t
A taller shade tree at 60-80 feet tall that is known for its edible nuts. Nuts are sweet and support a lot of wildlife like deer, rabbits, foxes, chipmunks, and wild turkey. Shaggy bark that is similar to Carya ovata.
A smaller tree with a nice narrow upright habit. Showy white blooms from May to June add softness to your landscape. Good wildlife value attracts pollinators and birds.
A native medium sized shrub or small tree that produces pure white clusters of bell shaped flowers. Gets the name two winged from the shape of its fruit. Can tolerate some occasionally flooding.
The foliage emerges in the spring like purple flames. Prefers consistent moisture so site it accordingly. Grows to 2-3 feet tall and wide.
All the great parts of sweetgum without the gumballs! Beautiful fall foliage of reds, oranges, and yellows on a pyramidal shaped tree.
A very large tree getting to 75-100 feet tall and wide with a trunk size getting up to 8 foot diameter. Most notable feather is the exfoliating bark that exposes white.
A large stately deciduous conifer that has soft yellow green foliage in summer that transitions to a nice russet color in fall. A highly adaptable tree that can handle wet areas as well as tolerate drier spots.
A disease resistant elm that has exfoliating bark and a dense dark green canopy. Makes a great shade tree with an upright vase shaped habit.