Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis (a.k.a. Sambucus canadensis) Also known as black elderberry, it is a loose, graceful, deciduous shrub. Often part of complex riparian vegetation communities that support a diverse array of animal...
American Paw Paw
Asimina triloba This perennial tree or shrub grows between 10 - 40 feet tall. The large fruits (5 to 16 ounces) ripen between August and October. Fruits have a thin...
Cornus racemosa (a.k.a. Cornus foemina subsp. racemosa) Gray dogwood, is a thickly branched, slow growing dogwood seldom more than 6 feet high at maturity. Its flowers, which bloom in June or July, are...
Syringa vulgaris Lilac is an introduced, perennial, deciduous shrub that grows between twelve to sixteen feet tall. The flowers are mostly white, lilac, or purple, pleasantly fragrant in long terminal...
Amelanchier alnifolia Saskatoon serviceberry is attractive as an ornamental shrub or may be trimmed as a hedge. It is an important species for reclamation, wildlife, watershed, and shelterbelt plantings. Current...
Lindera benzoin Native shrub, growing mostly 5 - 15 ft. tall, sometimes a small tree; reproducing asexually by root sprouting (most spicebush patches and thickets are probably clonal). Over 20...