Below is a listing of all trees that we offer (separated by wetland indicator status).

You can also view all species in a county & state, a certain wetland indicator status, or view an alphabetical list of all species we offer.

C of C Definition: A number assigned to native plants based on its fidelity to a natural community. A species with a low fidelity to a specific community will have a very low coefficient of conservation (C of C = 0 – 2). A species with high fidelity to a very specific community will be much closer to the maximum coefficient of conservation (C of C = 10).

OBL

FACW+

Black Willow C of C: 2
Scientific Name: Salix nigra

Swamp White Oak C of C: 7
Scientific Name: Quercus bicolor

FACW

Sandbar Willow C of C: 3
Scientific Name: Salix interior

Pin Oak C of C: 5
Scientific Name: Quercus palustris

FACW-

American Sycamore C of C: 7
Scientific Name: Platanus occidentalis

FAC+

Shumard Oak C of C: 7
Scientific Name: Quercus shumardii

FAC

Eastern Cottonwood C of C: 3
Scientific Name: Populus deltoides

Allegheny Serviceberry C of C: 5
Scientific Name: Amelanchier laevis

Red Maple C of C: 2
Scientific Name: Acer rubrum

Silver Maple C of C: 3
Scientific Name: Acer saccharinum

Yellow Birch C of C: 7
Scientific Name: Betula lutea

FAC-

Bur Oak C of C: 6
Scientific Name: Quercus macrocarpa

FACU+

FACU

Quaking Aspen C of C: 2
Scientific Name: Populus tremuloides

Bigtooth Aspen C of C: 2
Scientific Name: Populus grandidentata

Common Hackberry C of C: 4
Scientific Name: Celtis occidentalis

Eastern Redbud C of C: 3
Scientific Name: Cercis canadensis

Tuliptree C of C: 6
Scientific Name: Liriodendron tulipifera

Sugar Maple C of C: 5
Scientific Name: Acer sacharrum

FACU-

Northern Red Oak C of C: 6
Scientific Name: Quercus rubra

UPL

Bark Detail

Red Oak

Spring New Growth