Wet Soil Wetlands Plants

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  • Wildfire Black Gum

    Colorful spring and fall foliage adorn this attractive, low maintenance, native Black Gum cultivar. Prefers low lying, wooded areas or pond peripheries, but will do well in full sun after establishment.

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    4-9
    30 -50 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Sycamore

    Prefers moist, well-drained soils.

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    4-9
    40 -70 ft
    60 -70 ft
  • Bloodgood Sycamore

    This large, fast growing tree prefers moist, well-drained soils. The exfoliating bark, as well as the large leaves, create a stunning visual interest.

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    4-8
    70 -80 ft
    60 -70 ft
  • Exclamation™ London Plane Tree

    A fast growing, deciduous shade with attractive exfoliating bark that prefers moist, well-drained soils. A cross between the native Platanus occidentalis and the Asian species Platanus orientalis. 

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    4-8
    49 -70 ft
    40 -50 ft
  • Swamp White Oak

    Large tree with attractive peeling bark when young and orange-red fall color.

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    4-8
    40 -60 ft
    50 -60 ft
  • Swamp Chestnut Oak

    Large oak great for low-land areas.

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    5-8
    60 -80 ft
    30 -50 ft
  • Water Oak

    This tree known to retain green leaves as late as December. 

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    6-9
    40 -80 ft
    40 -50 ft
  • Nuttall Oak

    Great tree for naturalizing in clay soils that do not drain so well.

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    5-9
    40 -70 ft
    30 -40 ft
  • Pin Oak

    Tolerates both dry and wet soil conditions.

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    4-9
    40 -70 ft
    25 -40 ft
  • Willow Oak

    Versatile tree for dry or wet soils, in the yard or along streets. 

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    5-9
    40 -60 ft
    30 -40 ft
  • Red Oak

    May take several years before tree produces acorns.

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    4-8
    50 -75 ft
    25 -35 ft
  • Shumard Oak

    Tolerates a wide range of soil types, wet or dry.

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    5-9
    40 -60 ft
    40 -50 ft
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    7
    30 -60 ft
    60 -80 ft
  • Swamp Azalea

    This native, deciduous azalea can tolerate wet soil.

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    4-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Weeping Willow

    A very dramatic and graceful tree that needs ample space to grow.

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    6-8
    30 -50 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Elderberry

    Native deciduous shrub that can tolerate wet areas.

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    3-9
    5 -12 ft
    5 -12 ft
  • Pond Cypress

    Taxodium ascendens (syn. Taxodium distichum var. imbricarium) is a wetland tolerant Baldcypress that grows very tall.

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    5
    40 -60 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Bald Cypress

    A stately tree with feathery, bright green foliage turning gold to orange in the fall. 

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    4-9
    40 -60 ft
    20 -25 ft
  • Christom Arrowwood Viburnum

    Viburnum dentatum offers excellent winter interest with its attractive blue berries.

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    3-8
    3 -6 ft
    3 -4 ft
 
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