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American Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana)
  The common persimmon (Diospyros virginiana) is an incredibly attractive, economical food source we should all manage or incorporate on our properties. Healthy sources of mast such as persimmon are beneficial to bucks, but does and their nursing fawns receive added...
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Blight Resistant Chestnuts (Castanea mollissima/hybrids)
  Chestnuts are nothing short of highly nutritious wildlife magnets that produce crops annually beginning at a very young age…in fact its highly possible to see a few nuts on saplings as young as three years old. And chestnuts aren’t...
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White Oak (Quercus alba)
If we took a nationwide poll of deer enthusiasts and asked which oak has provided more successful hunts than any other, white oak would undoubtedly be on the top of the list. Found from the Gulf Coast all the way...
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Sawtooth Oak (Quercus accutisima)
Customers often ask us… “How come you call yourselves the Nativ Nursery, and offer the non-native sawtooth oak?”  Our answer is…  “It’s native somewhere.”  Sawtooth oak has been an American citizen for quite some time, and proves itself a winner...
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Nuttall Oak (Quercus texana)
  This red oak is a sure-fire winner for ducks, deer, and folks who don’t think they have a green thumb! Nuttall oaks are easy to establish, and grow like a weed as a young tree. Even better, Nuttalls can...
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"Wild" Crab Apple (Malus spp.)
Its no secret that deer absolutely hammer apples and crabapples, and we’ll go as far to say there may not be a more effective “draw and hold” to deer than a big grove of them.  However, a big orchard of...
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Shumard Oak (Quercus shumardii)
A customer once asked us, “If you had to choose one and only one species of oak to plant at your deer camp or property, which one would it be?” Wow, a question like that is very important. Let’s see…...
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Red Mulberry (Morus rubra)
1.Stellar Growth Rates. Red Mulberry grows incredibly fast! It can easily double or triple the growth rate of many of the more common wildlife friendly tree’s we’re all used to growing. Every tree lover needs to plant a few of...
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Chickasaw Plum (Prunus angustifolia)
  If you grew up in the Southeast quarter of the US (Kansas to Virginia and south), this is likely the species of plum your grandmother used to make the finest jelly. This is also our favorite plum to plant...
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Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)
Bald cypress, a long-lived wetland monarch, is an incredibly important component of floodplains, sloughs, swamps, brakes, or anywhere else that remains too wet for most other trees. Wood from mature trees is highly valuable due to its ability to withstand...
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Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor)
This is yet another oak to add to the “grows just about anywhere” list.  Although swamp whites were named for their tolerance to poorly drained sites, they can and will thrive or do better on many other site types.  Swamp...
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Mexican Plum (Prunus mexicana)
This is one of our favorite soft mast species that for some reason isn’t very well known among gamekeepers, and we’d like to change that. Mexican plum will thrive just about anywhere from hilly sites to bottomlands, where it quickly...
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Swamp Chestnut Oak (Quercus michauxii)
Named for the French botanist Andre Michaux, who discovered this stately oak (among many others) back in the 1800’s, the common name refers to where it is found and the shape of the leaves. Don’t let the swamp part fool...
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Sawtooth Oak "Gobbler" (Quercus acutissima)
Customers often ask us, “How come you call yourselves the Nativ Nursery, and offer the non-native sawtooth oak?” Our answer is, “It’s native somewhere.”  No really, sawtooth oak has been an American citizen for quite some time, and proves itself...
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Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis)
The elderberry genus has been in the spotlight quite a bit lately for its medicinal value at helping to stave off sickness. And it’s no snake oil either, as science has proven most of the traditional claims are indeed true....
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Beadles Oak Hybrid (Quercus x beadlei)
Imagine a tree that combines the abundant acorn production and preferred timber quality of a true white oak with the large acorns and allure of the fast growing swamp chestnut oak.  Now imagine that same tree, a reality that can...
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Chinkapin Oak (Quercus muhlenbergii)
We like to call chinkapin oaks “mule” oaks, mainly to help us remember the scientific name, but also referring to their hardy nature and tolerance of the poorest of sites. Everything about this species is tough, except their acorns, which...
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American Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana)
A fast growing perennial that can be pruned way back (even to the ground) by deer or shears and rebound in no time. American beautyberry has fragrant, fuzzy green foliage that is considered moderate in its preference to deer. In...
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Live Oak (Quercus virginiana)
 Thanks to the landscape trade, we’ve had literally thousands of individuals growing these oaks all over the southeast from which to choose our parent stock.  To be perfectly honest, we can’t prove that our favorites are 100% Southern live.  They...
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ShuWillow Oak Hybrid (Quercus x moultonensis)
The "Generator Oak" this tree holds our 2012 height growth record. We were able to grow a 18" seedling to a 10 Foot Tall Sapling in only one growing season!Toxey discovered this hybrid between Shumard oak and willow oak in...
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