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No bloom; attracts wildlife with berries; inconspicuous flowers are essential source of nectar; beautiful fall color


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Tupelo (Nyssa Sylvatica): No bloom; attracts wildlife with berries; inconspicuous flowers are essential source of nectar; beautiful fall color
√ S2T2 √ PP&R UF
Golden rain tree (Koelreuteria paniculata): mid-late summer bloom; showy seed pods that persist; drought-tolerant √ PP&R UF
Japanese snowbell (Styrax japonica): flowers bloom May-June; showy fruit lasts from mid-summer to fall; yellow in fall √ S2T2 √ PP&R UF
Chinese pistache (Pistachia chinensis): red flower clusters appear before leaves in spring; wildlife-attracting fruit ripens to blue-purple in October; hardy in urban environments √ S2T2 √ PP&R UF
Japanese stewartia (Stewartia pseudocamellia): showy white flowers in early-mid summer; year-round interest w/variety of fall colors and showy bark in mature years √ S2T2
Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica): bright red stamen clusters bloom in late winter-early spring (no petals); year-long interest, w/beautiful fall colors of yellow, orange, & red, and multi-colored bark √ S2T2 √ PP&R UF
Serviceberry (Amelanchier spp.): white flowers blooming in spring; fruits turn red to dark purple-black in early summer & are edible; bright orange-red fall color √ PP&R UF
Tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera): flowers bloom May, sometimes later; beautiful fall color; great source of nectar; fast-growing tree; aphids are a serious problem (sooty mold residue on leaves) √ PP&R UF
Dogwood (Cornus spp.): white, yellow, or pink “flowers” are not actual flowers, but bracts that have opened up to reveal small cluster of real flowers; berries for wildlife; great fall color; do poorly in urban environments √ S2T2 √ PP&R UF
Horsechestnut/Buckeye (Aeschulus spp.): pink or white flowers bloom late April-mostly May; attracts bees; loved or hated due to messy fruit, which is toxic to humans, unless prepared properly; √ PP&R UF (fruitless variety)
Deciduous magnolia (Magnolia spp.): very colorful and large flowers bloom late March-April and appear before leaves; tolerates cold well √ S2T2 √ PP&R UF
Crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia spp.): cone-shaped clusters of crinkly white, pink, or purple flowers bloom mid-late summer; if well cared for, can have among longest-lasting blooms of any tree (July-September); year-long interest w/nice fall color & exfoliating bark √ S2T2 √ PP&R UF
Southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora): evergreen tree with large cream-colored blossoms in late spring-early summer √ PP&R UF
Glorybower (Clerodendrum spp.): fragrant, small, pink & white flowers bloom in late summer-early fall; has showy blue & dark pink fruit; leaves smell like peanut butter, when crushed √ S2T2
Japanese lilac tree (Syringa reticulata): large clusters of fragrant, small, white flowers; bloom in early summer
Forest Green oak (Quercus spp.): no showy flowers, but most oak species are great for sustaining wildlife; relatively disease-resistant √ S2T2 √ PP&R UF

Stops on Sunnyside Cherry Tree Walk & Run, 2014


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