Tree List

Pinus rigida
Family:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  pitch pineEco:  Sandy dry soils, very adapted to bad sitesUse:  charcoal, iron & glass furnace, terpentine for woodbuilding, tarRange:  South Maine to Georgia
Juniperus virginiana
Family:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  eastern red cedarEco:  tolerates dry areas, usu.

in farmland, early succ. areas, pioneer sp.Use:  ornamental, gin, wildlife food, moth deter.Range:  central & eastern US

Nyssa sylvatica
Family Name:  CornaceaeCommon Name:  blackgum, black tupeloEco:  wet or dry sites, most wet siteUse:  interlocking grain & fiber for cutting boards, old pipes (salt resistant)Range:  eastern US (E of Mississippi)
Sassafras albidum
Family Name:  LauraceaeCommon Name:  sassafrasEco:  shade intol., rich moist soilsUse:  sassparilla, tea, oil, soap, dye, wildlife foodRange:  east of Mississippi
Acer saccharum
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  sugar mapleEco:  moist well drained soils, very shade tol.Use:  timber, syrupRange:  northeast US & upper lake states
Acer rubrum
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  red mapleEco:  generalist–anywhere, take over swamps, shade tol.

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Use:  softwood, none particularRange:  eastern US

Gleditsia triacanthos
Family Name:  CaesalpiniaceaeCommon Name:  honeylocustEco:  river banksUse:  fencepostsRange:  central & eastern US
Cornus sericea
Family Name:  CornaceaeCommon Name:  red-osier dogwoodEco:  streambanksUse:  ornamentalRange:  all US
Magnolia virginiana
Family Name:  MagnoliaceaeCommon Name:  sweetbay magnoliaEco:  moist, swampy areasUse:  ornamentalRange:  southern & eastern coastal states
Catalpa speciosa
Family Name:  BignoniaceaeCommon Name:  northern catalpaEco:  bottomlands, planted, shade intol.Use:  fenceposts, RR ties
Clethra alnifolia
Family Name:  ClethraceaeCommon Name:  sweet pepperbushEco:  lowland
Salix nigra
Family Name:  SalicaceaeCommon Name:  black willowEco:  lowlandsUse:  quanine from used to treat malariaRange:  central & eastern US
Chamaecyparis thyoides
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Atlantic white-cedarEco:  muck soils, swampsUse:  indestructable wood, shingles, wood buildingRange:  Atlantic & Gulf states
Liquidambar styraciflua
Family Name:  HamamelidaceaeCommon Name:  sweet gumEco:  bottomland, moist sites (high clay content), shade intol.Use:  resin for perfume, timber–furniture under veneerRange:  southern & eastern US to CT & southwest to TX
Platanus occidentalis
Family Name:  PlatanaceaeCommon Name:  sycamoreEco:  wetlandUse:  cutting boards, butcher blocksRange:  east of Mississippi
Platanus acerifolia
Family Name:  PlatanaceaeCommon Name:  London planetreeEco:  planted, street treesUse:  cutting boards, butcher blocks, ornamentalRange:  non-native, imported 
Prunus serotina
Family Name:  RosaceaeCommon Name:  black cherryEco:  moist sites, shade intol., pioneer sp., old fieldsUse:  furniture, wildlife food, veneerRange:  PA (alleghany plateau), central & east US
Pinus strobus
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  eastern white pineEco:  sandy, loamy soils, predeterminate growthUse:  timber sp.Range:  lake states, north & east US
Tsuga canadensis
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  eastern hemlockEco:  very shade tol., moist areas–ravines, late succes. speciesUse:  tannin from bark for treating/tanning animal hideRange:  northeastern US along Appalachian mntns.

to TN, lake states–ravines

Cornus florida
Family Name:  CornaceaeCommon Name:  flowering dogwoodEco:  understory tree (shade tol.), moist hardwood areasUse:  quanine, red dye, wildlife foodRange:  eastern to southeast US
Picea abies
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Norway spruceEco:  plantedUse:  ornamentalRange:  non-native, imported
Ilex opaca
Family Name:  AquifoliaceaeCommon Name:  American hollyEco:  moist soils, shade tol., understory sp., dieciousUse:  ornamental, wildlife foodRange:  southeast US & eastern coastal states
Pinus sylvestris
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  scots pine, scotch pineEco:  dry tolerant, wide distributionUse:  firewood, christmas treesRange:  wide area, from Europe
Cercis canadensis
Family Name:  CaesalpiniaceaeCommon Name:  redbudEco:  streambanks, lowlands & moist soilsUse:  ornamentalRange:  southeast & central US
Thuja occidentalis
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  northern white cedarEco:  limestone outcrops, basic soils, shallow sphagnum bogsUse:  fenceposts, railings, shingles, pulpwoodRange:  northeast US, lake states, parts of Canada
Betula nigra
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  river birch, red birchEco:  river banks, floodplains, low elevations, shade intol.Use:  ornamentalRange:  eastern US 
Pinus echinata
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  shortleaf pineEco:  dry uplandsUse:  timber, wildlife nestingRange:  south & eastern US 
Diospyros virginiana
Family Name:  EbenaceaeCommon Name:  persimmonEco:  rich, moist soils, dieciousUse:  wildlife foodRange:  southern & eastern US
Betula populifolia
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  gray birchEco:  shade intol., grow on poor soils, early succes.Use:  make spools, big trees for veneerRange:  northern Maine to northern DE, west to PA, Canada to Alaska
Juglans nigra
Family Name:  JuglandaceaeCommon Name:  black walnutEco:  shade intol.

, rich moist soils in alluvial origin, good on poor sitesUse:  veneer, wildlife foodRange:  central & eastern US

Juglans cinerea
Family Name:  JuglandaceaeCommon Name:  butternutEco:  shade intol., rich moist soils in alluvial origin, good on poor sites, first to drop leaves & last to leaf outUse:  wildlife foodRange:  eastern US except southeast
Pyrus communis
Family Name:  RosaceaeCommon Name:  pearEco:  everywhereUse:  edible fruitRange:  everywhere
Pinus virginiana
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  virginia pineEco:  good on poor soil, shade intol., farm–pioneer sp.Use:  paper/pulpwoodRange:  center of eastern US
Populus alba
Family Name:  SalicaceaeCommon Name:  white poplarEco:  introduced sp., dieciousUse:  cheap brittle woodRange:  introduced
Liriodendron tulipifera
Family Name:  MagnoliaceaeCommon Name:  tuliptree, yellow-poplar, tulip poplarEco:  moist soils, shade intol.

Use:  very hard wood, timber under veneer

Morus alba
Family Name:  MoraceaeCommon Name:  white mulberryEco:  introducedUse:  ornamental, edible fruitRange:  introduced
Morus rubra
Family Name:  MoraceaeCommon Name:  red mulberryEco:  nativeUse:  ornamental, edible fruitRange:  native 
Rhus glabra
Family Name:  AnacardiaceaeCommon Name:  smooth sumacUse:  stabilize soils, wildlife foodRange:  most US
Rhus typhina
Family Name:  AnacardiaceaeCommon Name:  staghorn sumacUse:  stabilize soils, wildlife foodRange:  northeast US
Rhus copallina
Family Name:  AnacardiaceaeCommon Name:  shining/winged sumacUse:  stabilize soils, wildlife foodRange:  central & eastern US 
Paulownia tomentosa
Family Name:  ScrophulariaceaeCommon Name:  princess treeEco:  introduced, allUse:  packing material, wedding boxes (wood) for JapanRange:  introduced, everywhere
Ulmus americana
Family Name:  UlmaceaeCommon Name:  American elmEco:  lining streets, wet to moist areas, rich soilUse:  ornamental, nice woodRange:  central & eastern US, Canada
Ulmus rubra
Family Name:  UlmaceaeCommon Name:  slippery elmEco:  more moist areas than American elmUse:  ornamental, cough dropsRange:  central & eastern US except Canada & coastal areas
Picea pungens
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  blue spruceEco:  withstands droughtUse:  ornamentalRange:  Rocky mountains (N 6,000-9,000 ft; S 8,000-11,000 ft) Montana to New Mexico
Gymnocladus dioicus
Family Name:  CaesalpiniaceaeCommon Name:  Kentucky coffeetreeEco:  moist soils, bottomlandsUse:  fences, RR ties, early settlers used seeds for coffeeRange:  central US
Chionanthus virginicus
Family Name:  OleaceaeCommon Name:  fringetreeEco:  moist areas, streambanks, sandy rich moist soilsUse:  ornamental, wildlife foodRange:  south eastern US
Fraxinus pennsylvanica
Family Name:  OleaceaeCommon Name:  green ashEco:  wet sites, streambanks, dieciousUse:  baseball bats, handles, furniture, urban areasRange:  eastern & central US
Fraxinus americana
Family Name:  OleaceaeCommon Name:  white ashEco:  fertile upland soils, dieciousUse:  bats, handles, furniture, urban areasRange:  eastern US
Alnus serrulata
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  hazel alderUse:  wildlife food, soil erosionRange:  eastern part of central US
Alnus rugosa
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  speckled alderUse:  wildlife food, soil erosionRange:  northeast US & Canada
Aralia spinosa
Family Name:  AraliaceaeCommon Name:  devil’s walking stickEco:; grow quickUse:; ornamental, wildlife foodRange:; central ; eastern US
Taxodium distichum
Family Name:; CupressaceaeCommon Name:; baldcypressEco:; bottomlandsUse:; coffins, fenceposts, ornamentalRange:; Atlantic ; Gulf coast states
Metasequoia glyptostroboides
Family Name:; CupressaceaeCommon Name:; metasequoiaEco:; from waterfir valley ChinaUse:; ornamentalRange:; China
Pinus flexilis
Family Name:; PinaceaeCommon Name:; limber pineUse:; lumber, RR ties, polesRange:; Canada to Southern CA
Quercus velutina
Family Name:; FagaceaeCommon Name:; black oakEco:; poor sites (crowded out from competition)Use:; firewood, yellow dyeRange:; central ; eastern US
Quercus coccinea
Family Name:; FagaceaeCommon Name:; scarlet oakEco:; dry sandy soilsUse:; firewoodRange:; central ; northeast US;
Quercus alba
Family Name:; FagaceaeCommon Name:; white oakEco:; deep moist soils, intermediate shade tol.Use:; important timber–furnitureRange:  eastern US
Prunus avium
Family Name:  RosaceaeCommon Name:  sweet cherryUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Ailanthus altissima
Family Name:  SimaroubaceaeCommon Name:  tree-of-heavenEco:  citiesRange:  cities, disturbed areas, introduced from China
Acer saccharinum
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  silver mapleEco:  bottomland sp.Use:  ornamentalRange:  eastern US except southeast
Acer palmatum
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  Japanese mapleEco:  plantedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Carya alba
Family Name:  JuglandaceaeCommon Name:  mockernut hickoryEco:  dry sandy to fertile uplandsUse:  handles in tools–takes a shockRange:  eastern US
Quercus montana
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  chestnut oakEco:  poor dry soilsUse:  lumber, tannin for curing hidesRange:  northeast US & south along Appalachians (high alti.)
Quercus falcata
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  southern red oakEco:  uplandsRange:  southeast US
Acer platanoides
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  Norway mapleEco:  invasive sp., streetsUse:  ornamentalRange:  streets
Taxus sp.

Family Name:  TaxaceaeCommon Name:  yewsEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced, usually tropical–family
Robinia pseudoacacia
Family Name:  FabaceaeCommon Name:  black locustEco:  lot sites, rich soils, limestone, shade intol.Use:  fenceposts, nails/wooden pegs for shipsRange:  WV, KY, VA, TN, NC
Thuja orientalis
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  oriental arborvitaeEco:  ornamental, hooked fleshy blue coneUse:  ornamentalRange:  from China, Asia 
Platycladus orientalis
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  oriental arborvitae
Tilia americana
Family Name:  TiliaceaeCommon Name:  American basswood/lindenEco:  moist soils, shade tol. when young, shade intol. olderUse:  timber, carvingRange:  northeast US & lake states
Celtis occidentalis
Family Name:  UlmaceaeCommon Name:  hackberryEco:  moist soils, limestone outcrops, floodplain sediments make rich soilUse:  wildlife foodRange:  central & eastern US except southeast 
Toxicodendron radicans
Family Name:  AnacardiaceaeCommon Name:  poison ivyRange:  central & eastern US
Toxicodendron vernix
Family Name:  AnacardiaceaeCommon Name:  poison sumacRange:  eastern US
Tilia cordata
Family Name:  TiliaceaeCommon Name:  little leaf linden
Carya illinoinensis
Family Name:  JuglandaceaeCommon Name:  pecan hickoryEco:  bottomlandUse:  handles, smoking foodRange:  south & east US
Quercus acutissima
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  sawtooth oakEco:  from AsiaUse:  ornamentalRange:  from Asia
Pinus taeda
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  loblolly pineEco:  good deep, poor moist, or dry soilsUse:  major pulpwood, lumberRange:  southeast US
Pinus nigra
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Austrian pineEco:  from EuropeUse:  ornamental, windbreakRange:  from Europe 
Quercus macrocarpa
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  bur oakEco:  dry uplands, bottomlandsUse:  timber, ornamental, pollution resistantRange:  central US & lake states
Ginkgo biloba
Family Name:  GinkgoaceaeCommon Name:  ginkgoEco:  old long lived, very resistant, dioeciousUse:  ornamental–cities, fruit delicacyRange:  anywhere 
Carpinus betulus
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  European hornbeamEco:  introduced, plantedUse:  ornamentalRange:  planted, introduced
Cedrus atlantica
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  atlas cedarUse:  ornamentalRange/Eco:  imported
Hamamelis virginiana
Family Name:  HamamelidaceaeCommon Name:  witch-hazelEco:  rich moist soils, understory sp., flowers in fallUse:  ornamentalRange:  eastern US
Acer griseum
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  paperbark mapleUse:  ornamentalRange/Eco:  introduced from China 
Malus sp.
Family:  RosaceaeCommon Name:  crab appleUse:  ornamentalRange/Eco:  introduced
Magnolia acuminata
Family Name:  MagnoliaceaeCommon Name:  cucumbertreeEco:  rich moist soil, intermediately shade tol.

Use:  ornamentalRange:  along Appalachian mntns.

Carya cordiformis
Family Name:  JuglandaceaeCommon Name:  bitternut hickoryEco:  moist soilsUse:  handles…Range:  eastern US
Fagus grandifolia
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  American beechEco:  rich to dry soils, upland, very shade tol.

Range:  east of Mississippi except Florida

Lindera benzoin
Family Name:  LauraceaeCommon Name:  spicebushEco:  damp soils–richUse:  wildlife foodRange:  central & eastern US
Quercus rubra
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  northern red oakUse:  firewood…Range:  east US, eastern half of central US, not FL or Gulf states
Cladrastis kentukea
Family Name:  FabaceaeCommon Name:  yellowwoodUse:  ornamentalRange:  central US & Ohio valley
Tilia tomentosa
Family Name:  TiliaceaeCommon Name:  silver lindenEco:  importedUse: ornamentalRange:  imported 
Pinus thunbergiana
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Japanese black pineEco:  tolerates saltUse:  ornamental?Range:  from Japan 
Carya glabra
Family Name:  JuglandaceaeCommon Name:  pignut hickoryEco:  upland, dryUse:  tough wood–handles of toolsRange:  eastern US except coastal plain
Xanthocyparis nootkatensis
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Alaska cedarEco:  bottomlands, moist well drained soils, droopy branchesUse:  ornamentalRange:  western sp., southeast Alaska to Washington’s Cascade mntns. to southern Oregon–1900-2800 feet 
Abies fraseri
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  fraser firEco:  usually growing with red spruce & yellow birch, narrow spirelike crown–shakes off snowUse:  christmas treesRange:  southern Appalachians–4500-6900 feet
Fagus sylvatica
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  European beechEco:  shade tol., elephant skin crook, lot of variationUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Pyrus calleryana
Family Name:  RosaceaeCommon Name:  bradford pearEco:  extensively planted in urban areas, small round pome, branches break easilyUse:  ornamentalRange:  imported
Pseudotsuga menziesii
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  douglas-firEco:  mntns., high genetic diversity, cone bracts longer than scales, mature at 25 yearsUse:  #1 lumber sp.

Range:  west coast in Rocky Mntns.

Aesculus hipocastanum
Family Name:  hippocastanaceaeCommon Name:  horsechestnutEco:  very spreading crown, large spiny nut, sticky terminal budUse:  ornamentalRange:  from Europe
Ostrya virginiana
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  hophornbeamEco:  rich soils, small treeUse:  ornamentalRange:  central & eastern US
Wisteria floribunda
Family Name:  FabaceaeCommon Name:  Japanese wisteriaEco:  quick growing vine, invasiveUse:  ornamentalRange:  from Japan
Wisteria frutescens
Family Name:  FabaceaeCommon Name:  American wisteriaEco:  quick growing vineUse:  ornamentalRange:  VA, FL, TX–native sp.
Larix laricina
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  tamarack, larchEco:  cool swamps, sphagnum bogs, wet sites, shade intol., short shoot growthRange:  northeast US, some central US, & Canada
Larix kaempferi
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Japanese larchEco:  introduced, cone scales reflexedRange:  introduced
Larix decidua
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  European larchRange:  introduced
Quercus ilicifolia
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  scrub/bear oakEco:  poor soilsUse:  wildlife foodRange:  northeast US
Quercus marilandica
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  blackjack oakEco:  open dry poor sites, shrublikeUse:  wildlife foodRange:  southeast US
Quercus phellos
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  willow oakEco:  bottomlands, poor drained soils, lot of fine branchesUse:  urban treeRange:  southeast US except FL
Quercus stellata
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  post oakEco:  dry, gravel, sandy soils, poor sites, round terminal buds, cross shaped leafUse:  wildlife food, firewoodRange:  eastern & southeast US
Carya ovata
Family Name:  JuglandaceaeCommon Name:  shagbark hickoryEco:  upland sites (north), deep moist alluvial soils (south), longer skinnier bud, shaggy barkUse:  tool handles, ornamentalRange:  eastern US
Pinus resinosa
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  red pineEco:  sandy soils, intermed. shade tol.Use:  stabilize soils, reforestation, ornamentalRange:  northeast US & lake states
Carpinus caroliniana
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  American HornbeamEco:  rich soils, near streams & riversUse:  ornamental?Range:  East of Mississippi
Celastrus orbiculatus
Family Name:  CelastraceaeCommon Name:  Oriental BittersweetUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Celastrus scandens
Family Name:  CelastraceaeCommon Name:  American BittersweetEco:  generalistUse:  wildlife foodRange:  East of Rockies
Quercus palustris
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  Pin OakEco:  bottomlands, poor drained soilsUse:  ornamental, good city tree b/c resistant to pollution, firewoodRange:  Central & Northeast US
Acer negundo
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  BoxelderEco:  deep moist soils, dry poor sitesUse:  ornamental?Range:  most US except coast
Abies concolor
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  White FirEco:  moist well drained gravelly loam covered slopes w/ Northern exposure (more shade)Use:  ornamental?Range:  Western US, largest range
Pseudolarix amabilis
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  PseudolarixEco:  introduced, slow growingUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced from China
Pinus bungeana
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Lacebark PineEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced from China
Castanea dentata
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  American ChestnutEco:  gets fungus that blows out phloemUse:  used wood in furnitureRange:  eastern US
Castanea mollisima
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  Chinese ChestnutEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Magnolia grandiflora
Family Name:  MagnoliaceaeCommon Name:  Southern MagnoliaEco:  moist sitesUse:  ornamentalRange:  southeast US, NC is northern limit
Cornus kousa
Family Name:  CornaceaeCommon Name:  Kousa DogwoodEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Parrotia persica
Family Name:  HamamelidaceaeCommon Name:  Persian ParrotiaEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Cedrus deodara
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Deodar CedarEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Cephalotaxus sp.
Family Name:  CephalotaxaceaeCommon Name:  Cephalotaxus, Plum YewEco:  introduced, dioeciousUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Cornus amomum
Family Name:  CornaceaeCommon Name:  Silky DogwoodEco:  lowlands, streamsUse:  wildlife foodRange:  eastern US
Populus tremuloides
Family Name:  SalicaceaeCommon Name:  Trembling AspenEco:  generalist, dioecious, shade intol.Range:  US & Canada 
Populus grandidentata
Family Name:  SalicaceaeCommon Name:  Bigtooth AspenEco:  generalist, dioecious, shade intol.

Range:  northeast US & lake states

Betula lenta
Family Name:  BetulaceaeCommon Name:  Black Birch, Sweet BirchEco:  mesic (wet) sites, shade intol.Use:  making birch beer, veneer, spoolsRange:  NE U.S. & App. mntns.

Juniperus communis
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Common JuniperEco:  dioecious, shrub or small treeUse:  ornamentalRange:  transcontinental U.S.–N U.S.

, Canada, lake states

Aesculus flava
Family Name:  HippocastanaceaeCommon Name:  Yellow BuckeyeEco:  mesic slopes & coves, rivers & streamsUse:  furniture, carvingRange:  SW PA along Appl. mntns. through GA & FL
Cercidiphyllum japonicum
Family Name:  CercidiphyllaceaeCommon Name:  KatsuratreeEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Lagerstroemia indica
Family Name:  LythraceaeCommon Name:  CrapemyrtleEco:  small tree, introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Halesia tetraptera
Family Name:  StyracaceaeCommon Name:  SilverbellEco:  wooded slopes, streambanks, moist soilUse:  ornamentalRange:  WV, OH, IL-FL to E OK
Chamaecyparis obtusa
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Hinoki FalsecypressEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced-Asia
Cunninghamia lanceolata
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  China FirEco:  introducedUse:  timber (China), ornamental, coffinsRange:  introduced
Ulmus parvifolia
Family Name:  UlmaceaeCommon Name:  Chinese ElmEco:  introduced from ChinaUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced from China
Oxydendrum arboreum
Family Name:  EricaceaeCommon Name:  SourwoodUse:  ornamentalRange:  SE U.


Magnolia tripetala
Family Name:  MagnoliaceaeCommon Name:  Umbrella MagnoliaEco:  understory sp.Use:  ornamentalRange:  SE U.S.

Rhododendron maximum
Family Name:  EricaceaeCommon Name:  RhododendronEco:  acidic soils up to 3200′ elevationUse:  ornamental, wildlife cover, carving woodRange:  NE U.S. down to App. Mntns.
Styphnolobium japonicum
Family Name:  FabaceaeCommon Name:  Japanese Pagoda TreeEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Wollemia nobilis
Family Name:  AraucariaceaeCommon Name:  Wollemi FirEco:  canyons, low genetic variabilityUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced from Australia
Pinus mugo
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Mugo PineEco:  usually groundcoverUse:  ornamentalRange:  from Europe
Quercus bicolor
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  Swamp White OakEco:  moist areas, swampsUse:  furniture, veneerRange:  N half of E U.S.

Sequoia sempervirens
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  RedwoodEco:  sprouts from everywhereUse:  indestructable woodRange:  SW OR to CA
Pinus wallichiana
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Himalayan PineEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced from Himalayas
Cedrus libani
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Cedar-of-LebanonEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Acer pensylvanicum
Family Name:  AceraceaeCommon Name:  Striped MapleEco:  monoecious or dioecious, cool moist areas, very shade tol., small shrub to small treeUse:  ornamentalRange:  NE U.S., lake states, App. Mntns.

Sequoiadendron giganteum
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Giant SequoiaEco:  need fire, shallow rootsUse:  very durable woodRange:  groves along Sierra Nevadas–4500′-7500′
Cupressus arizonica
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Arizona CypressEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  C & S AZ
Asimina triloba
Family Name:  AnnonaceaeCommon Name:  PawpawEco:  deep rich moist soils, shade tol.Use:  wildlife food, edible fruit, yellow dyeRange:  SE U.S.
Quercus michauxii
Family Name:  FagaceaeCommon Name:  Swamp Chestnut OakEco:  lowlandsUse:  timber, furnitureRange:  Atlantic & Gulfcoast states, Miss. valley
Chamaecyparis pisifera
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Sawara-CedarEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced from Japan
Sciadopitys verticillata
Family Name:  SciadopityaceaeCommon Name:  Umbrella PineEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Cryptomeria japonica
Family Name:  CupressaceaeCommon Name:  Japanese CryptomeriaEco:  introducedUse:  ornamentalRange:  introduced
Pinus palustris
Family Name:  PinaceaeCommon Name:  Longleaf PineEco:  well drained soils to wet sites, very diverse forest ecosystemUse:  high quality woodRange:  Southeast U.S.