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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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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Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis)
Buttonbush has to be one of the most underrated or “not popular yet” plants on the market, but we’re here to change that. Part of the reason for its obscurity is that it suffers from identity crisis due to having...
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Native Pecan (Carya illinoinensis)
At Mossy Oak, we believe pecans are incredibly overlooked as timber and wildlife trees.  We also believe in going the extra mile to ensure our seedlings and trees have the best root systems possible.   Pecans are notorious for having a...
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Strawberry Bush (Euonymus americanus)
Wildlife biologists often refer to strawberry bush as an “ice-cream plant” for deer. In fact, deer love strawberry bush so much that it can be non-existent in areas with hungry deer. For deer, we plant one, long row of plants...
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Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis)
Eastern redbud’s pink to purple bloom show in the early spring tells us the turkeys are gobbling and that the flowering dogwoods will be in full effect a couple of weeks later. It’s really the blooms that make redbud one...
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Honeylocust (Gleditsia triacanthos)
Don’t get your hopes up just yet. This hardy fast growing ornamental plant does not actually produce honey. The seed pods do, however, have a honey-like sweet taste. Many mammals, especially deer, have been known to stop and pluck the...
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Yellow-Poplar(Liriodendron tulipifera)
As member of the magnolia family, yellow poplar fits the mold for those looking to enhance there backyard aesthetics while in turn providing many benefits for choice wildlife. It’s “ tulip” like blooms occur in late spring into early summer...
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