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Plants and Trees Native to Bridgeton Township, PA

from: Bill Hirst




Native trees tolerant of wet soils are special group of trees.
These trees are able to be in soils that retain water for
sometimes weeks on end. I have compiled this list to help you
find suitable trees for the north east. This is not a complete
list but one of common EZ to plant nursery stock, but these
plants should do well in most of the Bridgeton Township Pa.
area. Our main farm is in Doylestown Pa. so if you need these
plants we are not far away.



Red and silver maple (Acer rubrum, A. saccarinum)



River Birch Trees a tree for wet areas!!!! (Betula nigra)
Catalpa spp.



Ash (Fraxinus spp.) Cottonwood (Populus deltoides) Swamp white
oak (Quercus bicolor) Sycamores (Platanus spp.)



Native shrubs tolerant of wet soils: Red osier dogwood (Cornus
sericea) Leatherwood (Dirca palustris) Winterberry (Ilex
verticillata) Sparkleberry holly A great berry producer!!!



Inkberry (Ilex glabra) Pussy willow (Salix discolor)



Willow Trees Trees for wet areas!!!!



Shrubby cinquefoil (Potentilla fruticosa)



Spicebush my long time favorite!!



Black Chokeberry produces great berry crops for the birds!!



You can see more plant info at my web site
http://www.seedlingsrus.com



About the author:


Bill grew up in Pa and NJ and has been raising trees and plants
on his Doylestown Pa. tree farm for 25 years. His web sites
include http://www.seedlingsrus.com and
http://www.zone5trees.com






 



 

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