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Trees, Shrubs, and Vines Inventory

Photos and information about each of these is forthcoming.

This is a complete inventory, meaning that it include invasives. I will highlight the invasive trees, shrubs, and vines in red. Although some of these are unwanted in woodlands and savannas in the Driftless Area, they are not considered invasive. Interestingly, there are some natives that carry the invasive label.

Trees

Aspen, Quaking – Populus tremuloides
Basswood, American — Tilia americana
Boxelder – Acer negundo
Cherry, Black – Prunus serotina
Chokecherry – Prunus virginiana
Elm, Red – Ulmus rubra
Hackberry – Celtis occidentalis
Hickory, Shagbark – Carya ovata
Mulberry, Red – Morus rubra
New Jersey Tea — Ceanothus americana
Oak, Bur – Quercus macrocarpa
Oak, Pin — Quercus palustris
Oak, Red – Quercus rubra
Oak, Swamp White – Quercus bicolor
Oak, White – Quercus alba
Walnut – Juglans regia

Shrubs

Ash, Northern Prickly — Zanthoxylum americanum
Blackberry – Rubus spp
Chokeberry, Black – Aronia melanocarpa
Dogbane – Apocynum cannabinum
Dogwood, Pagoda – Cornus alternifolia
Elderberry, Red – Sambucus pubens
Elderberry, Black – Sambucus canadensis
Gooseberry, American – Ribes hirtellum
Hazelnut, American – Corylus Americana
Highbush Cranberry – Virburnum trilobum
Honeysuckle – Lonicera japonica
Nannyberry – Viburnum lentago
Ninebark – Physocarpus opulifolius
Plum, American – Prunus Americana
Rose, Multiflora — Rosa multiflora
Rose, Pasture – Rosa carolina
Serviceberry – Amelanchier laevis
Sumac – Rhus sp

Vines

Bittersweet, Oriental — Celastrus orbiculatus
Poison IvyToxiocodendron radicans
Virginia Creeper – Parthenocissus quinquefolia
Wild Grape – Vitis sp