Lincoln Conservation District

801 E 5th Street – Suite 2, Canton, SD 57013 | Office Phone: 605-987-2624 | Email:lincolncd@sdconservation.net

Shrubs

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There is a minimum order of five (5) for each species.

RUSSIAN ALMOND

Pinkish late April flowers, hairy inedible fruit, medium green foliage

ARROWWOOD

White flowers, yellow to reddish-purple fall color, bright blue fruit

BLACK CHOKEBERRY

Attractive white flowers, glossy foliage, and edible black berries

BUFFALOBERRY

Silver leaves with small red edible fruit, good for jelly

CARAGANA

Drought hardy, fine leafed, yellow flowers, non-edible pods

NANKING CHERRY

Fuzzy leaves, showy flowers, red fruit good for making jam

SAND CHERRY

Glossy silver-green leaves, suckers, white flowers in spring and purple fruit good for jelly

CHOKECHERRY

White flowers, blooms late April, fruit used for jams

SCHUBERT CHOKECHERRY

Red leafed selection of common chokecherry, white flowers, fruit used for jams

‘CENTENNIAL’  COTONEASTER

Bluegreen leaves with whitish underside, attractive small red inedible fruits

PEKING COTONEASTER

Lustrous green leaves and dark inedible black berries, excellent hedge plant

HIGHBUSH CRANBERRY

Attractive white flowers, red fruit good for jelly, excellent fall color

AMERICAN BLACK CURRANT

Small shrub for moist, shaded flood plains, edible fruits used by birds and animals

GRAY DOGWOOD

Small thickets, white flowers, inedible white fruit eaten by songbirds, grows in woody areas

REDSTEMMED DOGWOOD

Red stems provide good winter color, tolerates wetter soils, white flowers

ROUGH-LEAVED DOGWOOD

Similar to Gray Dogwood but more drought tolerant, white flowers and berries

AMERICAN HAZELNUT

Native, colony forming shrub, produces edible nuts

HONEYSUCKLE

Fragrant white, pink, or red flowers, inedible red or orange fruit attracts birds, hardy and adaptable

COMMON LILAC

Dense suckering growth, white to mostly purple flowers

LATE LILAC

Non-suckering growth, pale purple flowers, drought hardy

WHITE LILAC

White Lilac is similar in every respect to the common lilac except the flowers are white

NATIVE PLUM

White flowers, edible fruit, good for wildlife, good for jams

‘PRAIRIE RED’  PLUM

Similar to Native Plum, better fruit quality and size, red to yellow fruit up to 1.25″ diameter

SKUNKBUSH SUMAC

Fragrant leaves, red fuzzy non-edible fruit

SMOOTH SUMAC

Outstanding red fall color, dark red seed head, grows best in moist well-drained soil

SANDBAR WILLOW

Ideal for moist soils, bark reddish-brown turning gray, suckers to form thicket

‘STREAMCO’  WILLOW

 Useful for stabilizing banks along waterways, suckers and layers to form dense mats

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