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Gobbler Sawtooth Oak American Hazelnut American Beautyberry
Gobbler Sawtooth Oak (Quercus acutissima). A fast growing and well adapting tree like the Sawtooth but produces a smaller acorn in higher quantities. A superb fall and winter food source for turkeys, deer, and quail. Most all moist soils. Needs full sun. Zones: 5-9. American Hazelnut (Corylus americana). A multi-stem shrub that will grow in full sun to shade on most well-drained soils. Nuts are a favorite with birds and squirrels. Most well-drained soils. Zones: 4-9. American Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana). A shrub that grows up to 6 feet tall. It produces purple berries which are eaten by a variety of birds. Grows in most all soils and will tolerate full shade. Zones: 7-10.
Flowering Dogwood Bald Cypress Live Oak
Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida). A beautiful tree that provides juicy red berries eaten by many birds including quail and turkey. Berries persist through the winter when other foods are scarce. Prefers wide variety of moist soils, as well as sandy uplands. Zones: 6-9. Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum). A large needle leaf, aquatic, deciduous tree with enlarged trunk and spreading flat crown. It is a preferred roosting site for wild turkeys. It is widely planted for wetland restoration. Very wet swampy soils of riverbanks and floodplain lakes. Zones: 8-10. Live Oak (Quercus virginiana). A beautiful oak tree that produces lots of small to medium-sized acorns that are favored by deer and turkey. Produces acorns as early as age 5. Sandy soils in the coastal plains and most moist soils. Zones: 7-10.
Buttonbush Leyland Cypress Wax Myrtle
Buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis). A fast growing shrub that is excellent food and cover for waterfowl and other wetland birds. It tolerates seasonal flooding. Wetlands. Zones: 5-10. Leyland Cypress (Cupressocyparis leylandii). A fast growing evergreen that averages 40 feet in height. Great for a border or a screen. Clay, loam, sand, well-drained soils Zones: 6-10. Wax Myrtle (Myrica cerifera). A southern evergreen used for borders and screens. It also makes great cover for wildlife. Moist, sandy soils, upland hardwood forests Zones: 5-9.
Northern Red Oak Shumard Oak Sawtooth Oak
Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra). It is one of the largest Oaks, occasionally 125 feet high and it produces large amounts of acorns. High timber value. Prefers well-drained moist soils. Zones: 3-8. Shumard Oak (Quercus Shumardii ). Native to southeastern US along streams and creeks. Fast growth, valuable hardwood, preffered wildlife species for browse and acorn production Partial to moist soil Zones: 5-9. Sawtooth Oak (Quercus acutissima). A fast growing, well adapting tree that is quick to produce lots of big acorns that are loved by deer. Prefers most moist well-drained soils. Needs full sun. Zones: 5-9.
Swamp Chestnut Oak White Oak Chinese Chestnut
Swamp Chestnut Oak (Quercus michauxi). A big tree producing large acorns in the fall. High timber value. Moist sites including well-drained sandy loam and silty flood plain. Zones: 5-9. White Oak (Quercus alba). Acorns are number one with deer and turkey providing food throughout fall and winter. All time favorite with conservationalists and land managers because of high timber value and good acorn production. Moist, well-drained soils. Zones: 5-9. Chinese Chestnut (Castanea mollissima). A medium-sized tree averaging a height of 40 feet. It is known to be an excellent deer attractant due to the large nuts it produces. Produces as early as 4 years of age. Prefers most moist soils upland and lowlands. Zones: 4-9.
Pin Oak Willow Oak Hybrid Chestnut
A fast growing tree that produces lots of small acorns that are favored by ducks and small animals.  Needs full sunlight.  Good choice for green tree resevoir. Partial to moist soils.  Zones: 5-9. A large tree.  Produces an abundance of small acorns.  Tolerates wet conditions in a resevoir setting.  Prefers most moist soils upland and lowlands. Zones: 4-9. Cross of American & Chinese chestnut that appears to be blight resistant. Fast grower, heavy producer and ripens early fall. Excellent for deer and other wildlife. Upland sandy sites. Zones 5-9.
Pecan Wax Myrtle - 3 Gal (3-5') ($15)
Grows well from Zone 5 through 9. Tennessee native sweet pecan. Several trees work better for pollination. Excellent for deer. Drop late fall. Grows in most all soils and will tolerate full shade. Wax Myrtle (Myrica cerifera). A southern evergreen used for borders and screens. It also makes great cover for wildlife. Moist, sandy soils, upland hardwood forests Zones: 5-9.
   
 
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