NATIVE ALTERNATIVES FOR SHRUBS & SUBSHRUBS

 

black haw
(Viburnum prunifolium)
 
common blackberry
(Rubus allegheniensis)
Bill Johnson ©Steve Baskauf, 2002-2005 via Bioimages
 
flowering raspberry
(Rubus odoratus)
 
fragrant or shining sumac
(Rhus aromatica or copallina)
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gray dogwood
(Cornus racemosa)
 
groundsel tree
(Baccharis halimifolia)
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highbush blueberry
(Vaccinium corymbosum)
 
inkberry
(Ilex glabra)
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maleberry
(Lyonia ligustrina)
 
mapleleaf viburnum
(Viburnum acerifolium)
Alan Cressler via Flickr Ted Bodner, USDA PLANTS Database
 
northern bayberry
(Myrica pensylvanica)
 
pasture rose
(Rosa carolina)
Bill Johnson Larry Allain, USDA PLANTS Database
 
red or black chokeberry
(Aronia arbutifolia or melanocarpa)
 
silky dogwood
(Cornus amomum)
Bill Johnson Richard I. Bonser via Flickr
 
smooth sumac
(Rhus glabra)
 
southern arrowwood
(Viburnum dentatum)
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spicebush
(Lindera benzoin)
 
staghorn sumac
(Rhus typhina)
Chris Miller, NRCS Bill Johnson
 
swamp rose
(Rosa palustris)
 
sweet pepperbush
(Clethra alnifolia)
Chris Miller, NRCS Bill Johnson
 
Virginia sweetspire
(Itea virginica)
 
winterberry
(Ilex verticillata)
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