Prepared by Shirley Wagner, Master Gardener Coordinator, Penn State Extension, Lancaster County and Connie Schmotzer, Consumer Horticulture, Penn State Extension, York County. Ground cover. Partial shade to part sun. Get notified when we have news, courses, or events of interest to you. You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Others, such as American holly, sweetbay magnolia, southern red oak, willow oak, chinquapin, and short-needle pine, just reach the state from the south. Sun to partial sun. For cooling shade from that scorching Pennsylvania summer sun, we suggest Tulip Poplars, Autumn Blaze Maple Trees, or Purple Autumn Ash Trees. Native Plant Society is an all volunteer, member based, non-profit organization. Sun to partial shade. For those interested in aiding the birds, bees, and other local wildlife, trees that are native to Pennsylvania and America add that benefit to the package as well. A small tree can bring beauty and diversity into your yard while taking up very little space. Landis Valley Museum2451 Kissel Hill Road, Lancaster, PA 17601Landis Valley Museum features cultivated vegetable, herb, and ornamental seeds having historic significance from 1750-1940 in the Southeast PA region. At the turn of the 21st century, about 1,300 species of non-native plants existed in Pennsylvania outside of gardens, parks, and agricultural lands. See All Pest, Disease and Weed Identification, See All Beer, Hard Cider, and Distilled Spirits, See All Community Planning and Engagement, Moist to dry. Self Seeds, Moist shade. Musser Forests, Inc.1880 Route 119 HWY N, Indiana, PA 15701Musser Forests, Inc. features evergreen and deciduous tree seedlings for climate zones two to six. : 40' Bloom: May-June Plant Community: A Red berries in fall; food for wildlife: all-creatures.com: Gray Dogwood Cornus racemosa Moisture: Wet/Med Sun: Full/Part Hgt. Do not collect from the wild! Primrose Path921 Scottdale-Dawson Road, Scottdale, PA 15683Primrose Path features micro propagation (tissue culture) and custom hybrids of natives. However, be sure to keep the mulch away from the plant stems. Trees provide a renewable source of lumber, paper, nuts and chemicals. Okame Cherry is the first of the spring trees to bloom. Species info will be truncated to fit on the page. While Pennsylvania is a great place to plant trees on any level, you do have to be careful and make sure that you use the best practices and techniques to care for it. "Weeping" form Moist to dry. Apr 4, 2015 - Explore Lynn's board "Native plants of Pennsylvania", followed by 211 people on Pinterest. The soil around many of our home sites is often removed prior to home construction and may not be replaced afterwards. By definition, a native Pennsylvania plant is one that grew in Pennsylvania before the European settlers arrived, as opposed to exotic plants which came from other countries after that time period. Split page, species info on the left, room for notes on the right. Serviceberry trees … Flickinger's NurseryPO Box 245, Sagamore, PA 16250Flickinger's Nursery features quality seedlings and transplants. Serviceberry (Amelanchier Sp.) Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources, Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve (part of Washington Crossing Historic Park), The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Bureau of Facility Design and Construction, Conservation & Natural Resources Advisory Council. By entering your email, you consent to receive communications from Penn State Extension. When planting, placing the plant in a hole at the same depth as when it was in the container is important. In addition, at least 21 large native shrubs sometimes grow to tree size and form. Natural Landscapes Nursery354 North Jennersville Road, West Grove, PA 19390 Natural Landscapes Nursery features small trees, a variety of shrubs, and native azaleas. The best types of trees to look for will be those that are fast-growing, hardy, and are even native Pennsylvania trees, such as Flowering Dogwoods. Recent research from Dr. Doug Tallamy of the University of Delaware has determined that 90 percent of our native insects are specialists that feed on three or fewer families of plants. Though thousands of perennials are available, native perennials have a special role in the garden.
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