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Abelia biflora Turcz. LINNAEACEAE - TWINFLOWER FAMILY
USDA 7. TWINFLOWER ABELIA
351-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Chang Yu Gou (Long Valley), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: east-northeast facing slope in the base of a valley.
384-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Mu Chang (Big Trunk Field), Baihua Shan Forest Preserve, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: seasonally moist soils, full sun, among boulders.
Abelia chinensis R.Br. LINNAEACEAE - TWINFLOWER FAMILY
USDA 7. CHINESE ABELIA
411-74 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
460-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
287-88 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Abies x bornmuelleriana Mattf. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. BORNMUELLER'S FIR, BORNMUELLER FIR
424-76 Plant from Claude E. Heit. Garden collected.
Abies cephalonica Loudon PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. GREEK FIR
510-62 Seed from Arboretum Mlynany, Institute of Dendrobiology, Center of Biologic-Ecological Sciences, Slovak Acad. of Sciences. Wild collected Banska Stiavnica, Czechoslovakia.
Abies chensiensis Tiegh. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. SHENSI FIR
285-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: subalpine region of SW China.
Abies holophylla Maxim. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. NEEDLE FIR
553-39 Plant from U.S.D.A. Wild collected by Dorsett & Morse, U.S.D.A. in "Ryining Province", Manchow Region, China (Zhonghua).
240-41 Plant from Fairview Evergreen Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
628-50 Seed from Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. Garden collected at King's Tomb, Kwang Nun, Republic of Korea.
888-61 Plant from unknown. Garden collected.
22-71 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Garden collected.
295-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected near Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: upland woodland on cool moist north slope.
Abies koreana 'Blaue Zwo' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. BLAUE ZWO KOREAN FIR
60-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Abies koreana 'Silberlocke' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. SILVER TRESSES KOREAN FIR, SILBERLOCKE KOREAN FIR
65-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Abies nordmanniana ssp. equi-trojani (Asch. & Sint.) Coode & Cullen PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. TROJAN FIR
553-96 Seed from Beltsville National Germplasm Research Laboratory. Wild collected by Forest Trees and Seeds Breeding Research Directorate at Bolu-Kokez, Bolu Province, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
82-2009 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. From plant of known wild origin collected by Forest Trees and Seeds Breeding Research Directorate Kaz Dagi (Mt. Ida), Edremit District, Baliksir Province, Turkey. Habitat: mountain.
83-2009 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. From plant of known wild origin collected by Forest Trees and Seeds Breeding Research Directorate Kaz Dagi (Mt. Ida), Edremit District, Baliksir Province, Turkey. Habitat: mountain.
84-2009 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. From plant of known wild origin collected by Forest Trees and Seeds Breeding Research Directorate Kaz Dagi (Mt. Ida), Edremit District, Baliksir Province, Turkey. Habitat: mountain.
Abies sachalinensis (F.Schmidt) Mast. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. SAKHALIN FIR
428-76 Plant from Claude E. Heit. Garden collected.
Abies sibirica Ledeb. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. SIBERIAN FIR
419-79 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected along the Bija River near Artybash, Siberia in the Altai Mountains, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: mountains.
195-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum near the Kucherla River southwest of Tujngur village, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: at e-facing slope base at birch-conifer forest edge.
Acer argutum Maxim. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. DEEP-VEINED MAPLE, POINTED-LEAF MAPLE, SHARP-TOOTHED MAPLE
227-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Acer campestre var. austriacum (Tratt.) DC. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. AUSTRIAN HEDGE MAPLE, AUSTRIAN FIELD MAPLE
531-38 Seed from Arboretum of the S. M. Kirov Forest Academy. Garden collected.
Acer cappadocicum Gled. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. COLISEUM MAPLE
1565-35 Seed from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
286-54 Seed from Barres Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
660-2006 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Garden collected.
Acer caudatum ssp. multiserratum (Maxim.) A.E.Murray ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 5. SAW-TOOTHED MAPLE, SAWTOOTH MAPLE
894-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected at Mei Lu Gou, Die Bu County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic mixed decid./conif. forest, havily logged, cool e-running ravine, 75 deg n-slope, organic rocky soil.
Acer forrestii Diels ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. FORREST'S MAPLE, FORREST MAPLE
434-76 Plant from George Sawicki. Garden collected.
122-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Acer x freemanii 'Autumn Blaze' Patent 4864 ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 3. AUTUMN BLAZE FREEMAN'S MAPLE
69-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
247-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
748-2004 Plant from Northern Illinois Wholesale Nursery. Garden collected.
877-2004 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
1305-2004 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
Acer x freemanii 'Marmo' ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 4. MARMO FREEMAN'S MAPLE
143-94 Plant from Hinsdale Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
256-95 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
58-2003 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
1248-2004 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
1298-2004 Plant from Kaneville Tree Farms, Inc. Garden collected.
606-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
Acer ginnala Maxim. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 2. AMUR MAPLE
226-62 Plant from Jewell Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
494-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
272-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected in the Feng lin Preserve in the Wu ying division of the town of Yichun, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: seral woods along Tang Wang River.
70-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
3-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Acer heldreichii Orph. ex Boiss. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. BALKAN MAPLE
537-59 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium' ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6A. FERN-LEAVED FULLMOON MAPLE, FERN-LEAVED FULL-MOON MAPLE
200-2000 Plant from Buchholz & Buchholz Nursery. Garden collected.
183-2006 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Acer 'Keithsform' Patent 7529 ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 4B. NORWEGIAN SUNSETÒ
95-91 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Acer leucoderme Sm. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHALK MAPLE
280-39 Seed from New York Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
324-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Fred Galle near Pine Mountain (Chipley), Georgia.
Acer mono Maxim. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. PAINTED MAPLE
2131-28 Seed from Otto Katzenstein & Co. Garden collected.
629-39 Seed from Garden of Manchurian Flora. Garden collected.
314-52 Seed from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
837-58 Plant from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
414-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian State University. Wild collected near Kamanushka in the Ussuri Region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: sylva frondosa.
73-84 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected Tomakomai Exp. Forest, Momakomai-shi, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan.
146-85 Seed from Research Institute of Ecology and Botany Hungarian Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden. Wild collected Kumgang Mtns., Kangwon Do Province, N. Korea. Habitat: mixed broadleaf and pinewood, rocky forest.
306-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in moist valleys only; woodland understory.
359-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Zhaung Ke (Old Village), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun above boulder field in stream-deposited soils.
401-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Nang Gou (Big South Valley), Xiao Long Meng Forest Preserve, Dongling Shan, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in boulders on a steep slope above water in organic soils.
1-96 Seed from Jin, Heilongjiang Academy of Forestry. Wild collected at Camp 5 near Ich'un, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: natural red pine broadleaf forest.
Acer oliverianum Pax ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. OLIVER'S MAPLE
166-75 Seed from Hillier & Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
323-2000 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by at Miaotaizi Forest Station, Guang Hua Shan, Nanzheng Forest Bureau, Hanzhong District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on 60% ne slope on shady side of hill.
559-2001 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. From plant of known wild origin collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition Xiao Long Shan Forest Bureau, Guang Ying Forest Station, Wang Jia Gou, Tian Shui City District, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun in an area where goats are grazing, highly disturbed, 20% nw-facing slope, clay-loam.
Acer opalus Mill. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. ITALIAN MAPLE
732-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected near Grenoble, Isere Department, France.
Acer pectinatum ssp. maximowiczii (Pax) A.E.Murray ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 5. MAXIMOWICZ'S SNAKEBARK MAPLE, MAXIMOWICZ'S MAPLE, MAXIMOWICZ'S SNAKE-BARK MAPLE
880-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Bai Long Jiang Forest Station / Ge'er Gou, Zhou Qu Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: steep n-running ravine in mesic mixed decid./conif. forest on 45 deg e-slope, on thin rocky soil.
Acer platanoides L. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 3. NORWAY MAPLE
919-61 Plant from Hooks Nursery. Garden collected.
204-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Acer pycnanthum K.Koch ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE RED MAPLE
552-2000 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected, Japan. Habitat: Native trees.
Acer rubrum L. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 3. RED MAPLE
1232-22 Plant from L. E. Williams Nursery Co. Garden collected.
1030-27 Graft from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
769-38 Graft from Göteborg Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
770-38 Graft from L. Spaeth. Garden collected.
135-40 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
124-52 Graft from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
598-57 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
599-57 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
910-57 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected near Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. Habitat: sandy lake shore.
368-58 Plant from William H. Collins, The Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
928-61 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
184-65 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
258-70 Graft from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by George H. Ware from a cultivated tree near the carriage house at Arbor Lodge State Park, Nebraska City, Nebraska.
322-81 Seed from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected, Brown County, Illinois. Habitat: cool moist ravine.
403-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected near Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. Habitat: sandy lake shore.
431-83 Seed from Montreal Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Quebec Province, Canada. Habitat: marshy woods.
6-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Acer saccharum f. rugelii (Pax) Palmer & Steyerm. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. SUGAR MAPLE
239-67 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Acer 'Senecaense' ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. SENECA MAPLE
126-52 Graft from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
Acer stachyophyllum ssp. betulifolium (Maxim.) DeJong ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 5. BIRCH-LEAVED MAPLE, BIRCHLEAF MAPLE
854-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Lianhua Shan National Nature Reserve, Kang Le Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic decid. forest, steep 45 deg se-slope along stream edge in steep cool ravine; rocks mixed with organic soil.
867-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected by X. Sun, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua).
Acer tataricum L. ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 3. TATARIAN MAPLE
591-28 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
62-59 Seed from Main Botanical Garden of Kazakh Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
134-81 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected southwest of Povorino, Novoknopersk Dist., Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: sandy steppe to oak-poplar forest transition.
Acer truncatum Bunge ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 5. SHANTUNG MAPLE, PURPLEBLOW MAPLE
564-37 Seed from Johannes Rafn & Son. Garden collected.
395-54 Graft from Michigan State College. Garden collected.
289-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: temperate region of N and NW China.
Acer turkestanicum Pax ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 6. TURKESTAN MAPLE
290-59 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Botanical Institute. Garden collected.
191-99 Seed from Universitatea de Vest "Vasile Goldis" ARAD Gradina Botanica. Garden collected.
Acer 'Warrenred' Patent 7433 ACERACEAE - MAPLE FAMILY
USDA 4B. PACIFIC SUNSETÒ
96-91 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Actaea spicata L. (HERBACEOUS) RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. BLACK BANEBERRY
79-2002 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Universitat Zurich. Wild collected by unknown at Zillwald, Lax, Valais Canton, Switzerland.
Actinidia arguta (Siebold & Zucc.) Miq. ACTINIDIACEAE - ACTINIDIA FAMILY
USDA 5. HARDY KIWI
176-78 Seed from Botanical Garden, Tohoku University. Garden collected.
288-88 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
310-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: vineyard in upland woodland on cool moist north slope.
331-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on other plants in understory forest above the stream bed.
Actinidia kolomikta (Maxim. & Rupr.) Maxim. ACTINIDIACEAE - ACTINIDIA FAMILY
USDA 5. HARDY KIWI
675-80 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected in the Ussuri region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
289-88 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected in the Ussuri region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
273-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected in the Feng lin Preserve in the Wu ying division of the town of Yichun, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: edge of birch-fir forest.
Actinidia polygama (Siebold & Zucc.) Maxim. ACTINIDIACEAE - ACTINIDIA FAMILY
USDA 6. HARDY KIWI, SILVER VINE
167-77 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
138-92 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Adenophora pereskiifolia (Fisch.) G.Don (HERBACEOUS) CAMPANULACEAE - BELLFLOWER FAMILY
USDA 7. LADYBELLS
374-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: in Quercus mongolica forest.
Aesculus x arnoldiana Sarg. HIPPOCASTANACEAE - BUCKEYE FAMILY
USDA 5. ARNOLD BUCKEYE
680-36 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
536-60 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Aesculus x carnea 'Fort McNair' HIPPOCASTANACEAE - BUCKEYE FAMILY
USDA 4. FORT MCNAIR RED HORSE-CHESTNUT
556-2005 Plant from Mariani Landscape/Design Build Maintenance. Garden collected.
Aesculus x dupontii Sarg. HIPPOCASTANACEAE - BUCKEYE FAMILY
USDA 5. DUPONT'S BUCKEYE
264-42 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
694-55 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Aesculus glabra Willd. HIPPOCASTANACEAE - BUCKEYE FAMILY
USDA 4. OHIO BUCKEYE
2669-22 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1608-23 Plant from Maywood Nursery Co. Garden collected.
1805-23 Seed from Ernest J. Palmer. Wild collected Eddyville, Kentucky.
1808-23 Seed from Ernest J. Palmer. Wild collected near Galena, Stone County, Missouri.
434-25 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1386-25 Plant from Naperville Nurseries. Garden collected.
952-26 Plant from Forest Nursery Co. Garden collected.
389-32 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
681-36 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1246-36 Seed from Edward Auten Jr. Garden collected.
779-38 Graft from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Garden collected.
227-46 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1228-57 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
894-58 Graft from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Garden collected.
488-66 Graft from Holden Arboretum. Garden collected.
240-67 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
744-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn, Iroquois County, Illinois. Habitat: Grazed mesic woods next to a small creek.
212-84 Plant from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Schuyler County, Illinois. Habitat: mesic oak-maple forest.
179-92 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden along the west side of Thorn Creek, north of Sauk Lake spillway, Cook County, Illinois. Habitat: in floodplain forest along a creek.
74-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
169-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
10-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Aesculus hippocastanum L. HIPPOCASTANACEAE - BUCKEYE FAMILY
USDA 3. HORSE-CHESTNUT
1304-24 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
467-47 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
1034-60 Seed from Gradina Botanica a Universitatii din Bucuresti. Garden collected.
163-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
11-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Aesculus pavia L. HIPPOCASTANACEAE - BUCKEYE FAMILY
USDA 5. RED BUCKEYE
400-54 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
820-57 Plant from Forest Nursery Co. Garden collected.
895-58 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
562-59 Graft from Dawes Arboretum. Garden collected.
724-73 Seed from Callaway Gardens. Garden collected.
591-2004 Plant from Herman Losely and Son, Inc. Garden collected.
773-2005 Plant from Snow Hill Nursery. Garden collected.
Aesculus sylvatica W.Bartram HIPPOCASTANACEAE - BUCKEYE FAMILY
USDA 5. PAINTED BUCKEYE
714-26 Plant from Hermann A. Hesse Baumschulen. Garden collected.
Akebia quinata (Houtt.) Decne. LARDIZABALACEAE - LARDIZABALA FAMILY
USDA 5. FIVE-LEAVED AKEBIA
131-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Akebia trifoliata (Thunb.) Koidz. LARDIZABALACEAE - LARDIZABALA FAMILY
USDA 5. THREE-LEAVED AKEBIA
451-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Albizia julibrissin var. rosea (Carriere) Mouill. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 7. PINK SILK-TREE, PINK MIMOSA-TREE
504-48 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
747-50 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 3. EUROPEAN BLACK ALDER, BLACK ALDER, EUROPEAN ALDER
429-63 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected east of Illinios Route 53 bridge over the Du Page River in the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Du Page County, Illinois. Habitat: river bank.
357-79 Seed from Institut for dendrologi og planteskoledrift Norges landbrukshogskole (pre-1986). Wild collected, Norway.
490-85 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
301-86 Seed from Zemaljski Muzej SR BiH Botanicki Vrt (Botanical Garden of Sarajevo). Wild collected Bosna, kod Sarajeva, Yugoslavia.
75-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
82-95 Seed from Arboretum National des Barres, Ecole Nationale des Eaux et Forets. Wild collected, Artvin Province, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
1309-2004 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
Alnus hirsuta (Spach) Rupr. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. MANCHURIAN ALDER
76-84 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected Hokkaido University Tomakomai Experimental Forest, Tomokamai-shi, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan.
469-84 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Vladivostok, Promontorium Peszczaniji, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: In decivibus lapidosis collium.
575-2000 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition on Changbai Shan, Red Stone Forestry Farm, Antu County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in roadside ditch bordering forest.
Alnus incana (L.) Moench BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 2. EUROPEAN WHITE ALDER
73-79 Seed from Jardin Botanique. Wild collected, Geneve Canton, Switzerland.
279-79 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Horehronske Podolie, Bacuch, Czechoslovakia.
321-79 Seed from Ringve Botaniske Hage Universitet i Trondheim Ringve Bot. Gard., Norwegian U. of Sci. & Tech., NTNU. Wild collected Trondheim, Leinora, Sor-Trondelag County, Norway.
450-79 Seed from Botanical Garden and Museum, University of Oslo. Wild collected by unknown Vaga, Tessanden, Oppland County, Norway.
75-85 Seed from Jardin Botanique Alpin Et. Station D`Ecologie Vegetale "La Jaysinia". Wild collected from northwestern Alps near les Saix, Haute-Savoie Department, France.
508-2004 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
Alnus japonica (Thunb.) Steud. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE ALDER
898-58 Graft from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
172-75 Seed from Hillier & Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
416-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian State University. Wild collected Primorsk-Perevoznoje in the Hassanensis district, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: pratum paludosum.
466-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
77-84 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected East of Kushiro, along Highway 44, Kushiro-shi, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan.
Alnus matsumurae Callier BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. MATSUMURA ALDER
84-95 Seed from Arboretum National des Barres, Ecole Nationale des Eaux et Forets. Wild collected at Myoukou-Mura, Nakakubiki-Gun, Niigata-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Alnus serrulata (Aiton) Willd. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. HAZEL ALDER, COMMON ALDER, SMOOTH ALDER, TAG ALDER
273-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by George H. Ware near Y-City, Arkansas. Habitat: in mixed pine-oak forest along a stream.
520-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Ozark Nat'l Scenic Riverway just west of Albey Springs, Shannon County, Missouri. Habitat: along the edge of the Jacks Fork River.
377-88 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Marble Creek, Madison County, Missouri.
1163-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected Pruitt Ranger Station, Buffalo National River, Newton County, Arkansas. Habitat: flat riverine forest in gravel.
Alnus sibirica Fisch. ex Komar. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 3. SIBERIAN ALDER
313-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: moist streamside in disturbed area.
Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SASKATOON SERVICEBERRY
831-59 Seed from University of Alberta Department of Botany. Wild collected, Alberta Province, Canada.
802-65 Plant from Evergreen Nursery Co., Inc. Garden collected, North Dakota.
323-67 Seed from Morden Research Station, Research Branch, Canada Agriculture. Wild collected 4 mi. north & 4 mi. west of Morden, Manitoba Province, Canada.
Amelanchier 'Ballerina' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. BALLERINA SERVICEBERRY
220-95 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
115-2000 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Amelanchier x grandiflora Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. APPLE SERVICEBERRY
68-92 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
116-2000 Plant from Hinsdale Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
463-2001 Plant from American Gardens, Inc. Garden collected.
Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance' Patent 5717 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. AUTUMN BRILLIANCE APPLE SERVICEBERRY
257-2003 Plant from Beeson's McHenry County Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
786-2004 Plant from Poplar Farms Nursery & Produce Inc. Garden collected.
1082-2004 Plant from King Nursery. Garden collected.
1311-2004 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
243-2005 Plant from Wilson Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
251-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
510-2005 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
579-2005 Plant from Horticultural Associates of Rochester, Inc. Garden collected.
17-2010 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Princess Diana' Patent 6041 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. PRINCESS DIANA APPLE SERVICEBERRY
69-87 Plant from Christom Farms Nursery. Garden collected.
1301-2004 Plant from LaPorte County Nursery. Garden collected.
755-2005 Plant from James Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Amelanchier laevis Wiegand ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY, ALLEGHENY SHADBLOW
160-41 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
420-43 Plant from Northeastern Forestry Co. Garden collected.
1054-56 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
257-61 Plant from Horton Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
515-64 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected Dewberry Hill, Mr. Kammerer's Cottage, St. Joseph County, Michigan. Habitat: bog in deep shade.
533-80 Seed from Beal-Garfield Botanic Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected Middle Island, Marquette County, Michigan. Habitat: rocky thicket.
338-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along Otter Creek in Le Roy Oakes Forest Preserve, Kane County, Illinois. Habitat: n-facing creek slope.
2-90 Seed from Montreal Botanic Garden. Wild collected in eastern sections, Canada. Habitat: "in sylvis rarioribus".
822-2004 Plant from Studebaker Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
958-2004 Plant from Wilson Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
205-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Amelanchier laevis 'Snowcloud' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. SNOWCLOUD ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY
149-2005 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Amelanchier ovalis Medik. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. GARDEN SERVICEBERRY
86-59 Seed from Leningrad Botanical Garden. Wild collected by unknown in parks and woods, Moldavian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
136-81 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Mt. Mashuk above Pyatigorsk, in northern Caucasus Mtns, U.S.S.R. Habitat: xeric meadow.
244-81 Seed from Jardin Botanique, Institute de Botanique Universite de Neuchatel. Wild collected by unknown Bedeilhac, Tarascon, Pyrenees, France.
289-83 Seed from Forstbotanischer Garten der Techischen Universitat Dresden Sektion Forstwirtschaft. Wild collected near Saalfeld Urban District, Gera District, German Democratic Republic.
378-84 Seed from Arboretum Novy Dvur u Opavy Slezske Muzeum. Wild collected Crua Gora, Montes Lovun, Bukovica, Montenegro Republic, Yugoslavia.
52-2002 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected Zhirnovskiy District, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia.
Amelanchier sanguinea (Pursh) DC. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. ROUND-LEAVED SERVICEBERRY, ROUNDLEAF JUNEBERRY, ROUNDLEAF SERVICEBERRY, ROUNDLEAF SHADBLOW
543-79 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Gerould Wilhelm S. edge of Bluff City Cemetery, S. edge of Elgin, Cook County, Illinois.
352-81 Plant from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected by unknown Bluff City Fen, Cook County, Illinois. Habitat: fen.
408-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn small island at east end of Waubee Lake, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
65-86 Seed from Beal-Garfield Botanic Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected, Marquette County, Michigan. Habitat: streambank.
Amelanchier spicata (Lam.) K.Koch ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. DWARF SERVICEBERRY
1979-25 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Amelanchier stolonifera Wiegand ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. RUNNING SERVICEBERRY
14-41 Plant from Kallay Brothers Company. Garden collected.
746-80 Plant from unknown. Unknown collected.
152-96 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
Amorpha fruticosa L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. INDIGO-BUSH, FALSE-INDIGO, DESERT INDIGO-BUSH
181-63 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Floyd A. Swink along the Rock River on the Lorado Taft Campus of Northern Illinois University near Oregon, Ogle County, Illinois. Habitat: riverside.
238-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg along the Fox River west of Milbrook, Kendall County, Illinois. Habitat: river bank.
76-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
Amorpha fruticosa var. angustifolia Pursh FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 3. NARROW-LEAVED INDIGO-BUSH, NARROW-LEAVED FALSE-INDIGO, NARROW-LEAVED DESERT INDIGO-BUSH
333-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
381-86 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg north side of US 160, Ozark County, Missouri. Habitat: rocky stream bed.
Amorpha glabra Desf. ex Poir. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. MOUNTAIN INDIGO-BUSH
334-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Amorpha nana Nutt. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 4. DWARF INDIGO-BUSH, FRAGRANT FALSE INDIGO
186-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg northwest of Mobridge, Corson County, South Dakota.
684-80 Seed from Morden Research Station, Research Branch, Canada Agriculture. Garden collected.
Ampelopsis bodinieri (H.Lev. & Vent.) Rehder VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 5. BODINIER'S AMPELOPSIS
259-2002 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by Tiecheng Cui, Xian Botanical Garden from Caiziping to Xinchang, Ningxi Forest Preserve, Ningshan County, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on 15 deg. e-facing slope.
Ampelopsis brevipedunculata (Maxim.) Trautv. VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 5. PORCELAIN VINE, PORCELAIN BERRY, TORQUOIS VINE, TORQUOIS BERRY
220-83 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Wild collected Oshimo-Mura near Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
402-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Ampelopsis brevipedunculata var. maximowiczii (Regel) Rehder VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 5. MAXIMOWICZ'S PORCELAIN VINE, MAXIMOWICZ'S PORCELAIN BERRY, MAXIMOWICZ'S TORQUOIS BERRY, MAXIMOWICZ'S TORQUOIS VINE
700-63 Plant from unknown. Unknown collected.
496-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected.
235-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Ampelopsis cordata Michx. VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 4. RACCOON-GRAPE
208-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Spoon River, west of Havana, Fulton County, Illinois. Habitat: Floodplain.
523-81 Seed from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected along the Illinois River, Schuyler County, Illinois. Habitat: floodplain forest.
Ampelopsis delavayana Planch. VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 5. DELAVAY'S AMPELOPSIS
291-88 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected Tiahua Mountain, Anhui Province, China (Zhonghua).
Ampelopsis japonica (Thunb.) Makino VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 7.
232-93 Seed from Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan. Wild collected by David Michener, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan above the Razdolna river less than 6 km. from the Chinese border west of Chernyatino (west of Ussursk), Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: steppe woodland on hills and slopes.
Andrachne colchica Fisch. & C.A.Mey. EUPHORBIACEAE - SPURGE FAMILY
USDA 6. CAUCASIAN-SPURGE
1103-57 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Andromeda glaucophylla Link ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 2. BOG-ROSEMARY
188-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected, Marquette County, Michigan. Habitat: leatherleaf bog.
Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 3. ANGELICA-TREE
2356-26 Seed from U.S.D.A., Seed and Plant Introduction (S.P.I). Garden collected.
288-79 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Garden collected.
720-80 Plant from unknown. Unknown collected.
314-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Fen Ling Preserve, Y. Wuying, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua).
Aralia nudicaulis L. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 3. WILD SARSPARILLA
369-83 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg along Willow Creek in Rock Cut State Park, Winnebago County, Illinois. Habitat: ne-facing limestone cliff edge.
Aralia spinosa L. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 4. DEVIL'S WALKING STICK
262-78 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Innisfree, Millbrook, New York. Habitat: woodland edge.
436-99 Plant from Reeseville Ridge Nursery. Wild collected by Darrell Kromm, Reeseville Ridge Nursery from Rimrock area of Shawnee Hills, Illinois.
612-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected on Cahas Mt., Franklin County, Virginia.
1053-2004 Plant from Valley Crest Landscape Development. Garden collected.
Araucaria bidwillii Hook. ARAUCARIACEAE - ARAUCARIA FAMILY
USDA 9 - 11. BUNYA BUNYA, BUNYA-PINE, FALSE MONKEYPUZZLE TREE, FALSE MONKEY PUZZLE TREE
457-2010 Plant from Joe Malone. Garden collected.
Aristolochia durior Hill ARISTOLOCHIACEAE - BIRTHWORT FAMILY
USDA 5. DUTCHMAN'S PIPE
185-89 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark along US highway 250 right-of-way, on Cheat Mountain, Randolph County, WV. Habitat: w-facing slope in mixed woods.
Aristolochia manshuriensis Komar. ARISTOLOCHIACEAE - BIRTHWORT FAMILY
USDA 5. MANCHURIAN PIPE VINE
526-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Kirghiz Academy of Science. Garden collected.
48-91 Seed from Magnolia Society c/o Mr. Ray Tessmer, seed chairman. Wild collected by C. Ferris Miller (Min, Pyong-gal), Chollipo Arboretum exact site not noted, Republic of Korea.
Aristolochia tomentosa Sims ARISTOLOCHIACEAE - BIRTHWORT FAMILY
USDA 5. WOOLY DUTCHMAN'S PIPE
206-81 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Stone County, Arkansas.
378-88 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg, Douglas County, Missouri.
3-93 Seed from Tom Dilatush. Wild collected along the north fork of the White River, 1/4 mi. south of Twin Bridges of Rtes 181 & 14, Douglas County, Missouri.
155-2001 Seed from The North Carolina Arboretum The University of North Carolina. Wild collected by unknown along the Mississippi River in Meeman-Shelby Forest, Shelby County, Tennessee. Habitat: floodplain.
Aronia arbutifolia (L.) Pers. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. RED CHOKEBERRY
482-80 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected New Jersey Pine Barrens, along Rte. 539, Ocean County, New Jersey. Habitat: Savannah.
497-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
72-99 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Dorchester County, Maryland.
959-2004 Plant from Wilson Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
968-2004 Plant from Midpark Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
1049-2005 Plant from unknown. Garden collected.
Aronia melanocarpa (Michx.) Elliott ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. BLACK CHOKEBERRY
246-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg in Henpeck bog, Kane County, Illinois. Habitat: bog.
34-97 Plant from Hinsdale Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
397-2001 Seed from Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Arboretum. Wild collected by unknown along Hall Road, Black Rock Forest, Cornwall, Orange County, New York.
Aronia prunifolia 'Viking' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. VIKING PURPLE CHOKEBERRY
81-2006 Plant from Spring Meadow Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
143-2006 Plant from Studebaker Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Artemisia alba Turrill ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 7. CAMPHOR WORMWOOD
179-86 Plant from Sunnybrook Farms Nursery. Garden collected.
169-89 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
Artemisia cana Pursh ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 3. DWARF SAGEBRUSH
2-81 Seed from Peter Lesica. From plant of known wild origin collected from hills southwest of Bozeman, Gallatin County, Montana.
11-81 Seed from Devonian Botanic Garden University of Alberta. Wild collected site not given, Alberta Province, Canada.
Artemisia pontica L. ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 6. ROMAN WORMWOOD
687-79 Seed from Hortus Botanicus 'Soroksarensis' Universitatis Hortuculturae Alimentario-Technieaque. Wild collected Balatonakaratlya, Hungary. Habitat: solo calcareo.
780-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Artemisia stelleriana Besser ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 2. DUSTY MILLER, BEACH WORMWOOD
310-83 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected southern Kuril Islands, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Arundinaria gigantea (Walter) Chapm. POACEAE (GRAMINEAE) - GRASS FAMILY
USDA 7. GIANT CANE, GIANT REED, REED CANE, CANE REED
51-86 Plant from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected along the Mississippi River, Randolph County, Illinois. Habitat: base of river bluff.
Aster sagittifolius Willd. (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 3. ARROW-LEAVED ASTER, COMMON BLUE WOOD ASTER, SWORD-LEAVED WOOD ASTER
938-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Astilbe chinensis 'Purpurkerze' (HERBACEOUS) SAXIFRAGACEAE - SAXIFRAGE FAMILY
USDA 5. PURPLE CANDLES CHINESE ASTILBE
271-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Astilbe chinensis 'Veronica Klose' (HERBACEOUS) SAXIFRAGACEAE - SAXIFRAGE FAMILY
USDA 5. VERONICA KLOSE CHINESE ASTILBE
862-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Astilbe koreana Nakai (HERBACEOUS) SAXIFRAGACEAE - SAXIFRAGE FAMILY
USDA 7. KOREAN ASTILBE
360-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in disturbed upland forest on 5 degree north slope.
Atriplex canescens (Pursh) James CHENOPODIACEAE - GOOSEFOOT FAMILY
USDA 7. HOARY SALTBUSH
11-79 Seed from U.S.D.A., Soil Conservation Service Plant Materials Center. Garden collected.
912-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn N. of Alt. US l6 in SE. corner of Badlands Nat. Park, Jackson County, South Dakota.
Aurinia saxatilis (L.) Desv. BRASSICACEAE (CRUCIFERAE) - MUSTARD FAMILY
USDA 6. GOLDENTUFT
198-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Karl-Marx-Universitat. Garden collected.
273-2007 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Baccharis halimifolia L. ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 5. GROUNDSEL-TREE
391-79 Seed from Jardin Botanique de la Ville Service des Plantations. Garden collected.
658-80 Seed from Bowman's Hill State Wildflower Preserve, Washington Crossing State Park. Wild collected, New Jersey.
Baccharis salicina Torr. & Gray ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 4. WILLOW BACCHARIS, WILLOW GROUNDSEL
513-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn 0.5 mi south of Aetna, Barber County, Kansas. Habitat: growing in the sandy floodplain of a small creek.
231-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Edward Hedborn 0.5 mi south of Aetna, Barber County, Kansas. Habitat: growing in the sandy floodplain of a small creek.
Belamcanda chinensis (L.) DC. (HERBACEOUS) IRIDACEAE - IRIS FAMILY
USDA 8. BLACKBERRY-LILY, LEOPARD FLOWER
190-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
235-2008 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Berberis amurensis Rupr. BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. AMUR BARBERRY
600-2001 Plant from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition Da Zhuang Ke (Old Village) Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in full sun in an open dry area in loamy soils among bolders.
Berberis beaniana C.K.Schneid. BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. PURPLE-FRUITED BARBERRY
444-96 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Berberis koreana Palib. BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 4. KOREAN BARBERRY
250-40 Plant from Bohlender Nurseries Company. Garden collected.
104-48 Plant from Adams Nursery. Garden collected.
Berberis x mentorensis L.M.Ames BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. MENTOR BARBERRY
221-89 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Berberis poiretii C.K.Schneid. BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. POIRET'S BARBERRY
2-2001 Plant from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. From plant of known wild origin collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition Da Zhuang Ke (Old Village) Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in full sun in an open dry area in loamy soils among bolders.
Berberis 'Tara' BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 4. EMERALD CAROUSELÒ
846-2004 Plant from Zelenka Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Berberis thunbergii DC. BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE BARBERRY
550-63 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
17-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Berberis thunbergii 'Antares' BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 4. ANTARES PURPLE-LEAVED JAPANESE BARBERRY
553-2000 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
561-2001 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Berberis thunbergii 'Bogozam' Patent 8215 (HERBACEOUS) BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 4. BONANZA GOLDÔ
31-97 Plant from Lake County Nursery, Inc. (Lake County Nursery Exchange). Garden collected.
Berberis virgetorum C.K.Schneid. BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. BARBERRY
454-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
581-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Berchemia racemosa Siebold & Zucc. RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE SUPPLEJACK
805-60 Plant from U.S.D.A., Plant Introduction Station/Garden. Wild collected by John L. Creech, United States National Arboretum roadside below Shibuyu Onsen, Japan. Habitat: mountains.
301-75 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by John L. Creech below Shibuyu Onsen (hot spring), Yatsugataba Mountains, Nagano-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan. Habitat: sunny roadside places.
Berchemia scandens (Hill) K.Koch RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 6. SUPPLEJACK, ALABAMA SUPPLEJACK
347-88 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden along Arkansas state Highway 9, 3 miles north of Sylamore, Izard County, Arkansas. Habitat: vine climbing on Ulmus alata in full sun in rocky upland.
1179-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected by Linda Ellis Linda Ellis homesite, Stone County, Missouri. Habitat: in dolomitic glade with bedrock at or near the surface.
Bergenia ciliata (Haw.) Sternb. (HERBACEOUS) SAXIFRAGACEAE - SAXIFRAGE FAMILY
USDA 8. WINTER BERGENIA, WINTER PIGSQUEAK
935-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Bergenia pacifica (Kom.) Kom. (HERBACEOUS) SAXIFRAGACEAE - SAXIFRAGE FAMILY
USDA 4. USSURI BERGENIA, USSURI PIGSQUEAK
375-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: growing in very loose rock boulders on 60 degree w-facing slope.
396-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: on 60 degree w-facing slope in very loose rock boulders.
397-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: on flat hill.
Betula albosinensis Burkill BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE RED BIRCH
444-2000 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Maiji, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mixed forest on hill.
304-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected in Mingyi Valley, Panquangou, Heng Jian Zhen, Jiaocheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: spruce dominated woods, full sun, 45 deg. w-facing slope moist, acidic, well-drained, high humus soil.
Betula chinensis Maxim. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 4. CHINESE BIRCH
79-91 Seed from Research Institute of Ecology and Botany Hungarian Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden. Wild collected by Geza Kosa, Research Institute of Ecology and Botany, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden Kumgang Mtns., south of Wonson, in central part of east coast, Kangwon Do Province, N. Korea. Habitat: mixed,rocky,broadleaved forest & pinewood on granite.
371-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Tang Zhi Gou (Hot Spring Valley), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: steep e-facing slope base, moist soils next to stream.
Betula costata Trautv. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. ELM-LEAVED BIRCH
395-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Guang Ri Tuo (Hill Where Sunrise is Seen), Xiao Long Meng Forest Preserve, Dongling Shan, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: north-northeast slope in full sun, seasonally moist soils.
331-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected along Yalu River, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on rocky 45 degree northwest slope.
218-98 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition east of Vladivostok, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: mixed broadleaf & coniferous forest on 10 degree south facing slope under dense canopy.
Betula davurica Pall. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. DAHURIAN BIRCH
82-55 Seed from Skinner's Nursery, Ltd. Garden collected.
148-84 Plant from U.S.D.A., New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Regional Plant Introdution Station. From plant of known wild origin collected by unknown Mt. Tokyu, Ko Chun, Republic of Korea.
347-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yunmeng Shan (Dense Cloud Mountain), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: near ridge top and down a w-facing slope in full to part-sun in well drained soil.
369-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Tang Zhi Gou (Hot Spring Valley), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun to part shad, open wooded area near stream.
388-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Mu Chang (Big Trunk Field), Baihua Shan Forest Preserve, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: path edges in partial sun on a west facing slope.
324-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along disturbed roadside on 60 degree south slope.
Betula ermanii var. lanata Regel BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 2. RUSSIAN ROCK BIRCH
339-2000 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by , Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia.
Betula forrestii (W.W.Sm.) Hand.-Mazz. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. FORREST'S BIRCH
430-73 Seed from Villa Taranto Botanic Gardens. Garden collected.
Betula glandulosa Michx. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 3. WESTERN BOG BIRCH
105-65 Seed from Montana State College, Horticultural Department Agricultural Experiment Station. Wild collected by unknown along Belly River in Hudson Bay Drainage, Glacier National Park, Glacier County, Montana. Habitat: spruce grove.
Betula humilis Schrank BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 2. EURASIAN SHRUB BIRCH
333-59 Seed from Hannoversch-Munden Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
427-79 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Altai Mts. Ulagan Pass, above Ak-Tash, SW Siberia, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
338-99 Seed from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected, Mongolia.
Betula lenta L. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 3. SWEET BIRCH, BLACK BIRCH, CHERRY BIRCH, MAHOGANY BIRCH, MOUNTAIN-MAHOGANY, SPICE BIRCH
73-65 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. From plant of known wild origin collected by J. T. Dawson in Bussey Woods, Jamaica Plain, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
103-65 Seed from Central Experimental Farm Botanical Garden and Arboretum Ottawa Research Station, Ornamentals Section. Wild collected Port Dalhousie, Lincoln County, Ontario Province, Canada. Habitat: woodlands.
314-81 Seed from George Landis Arboretum. Wild collected, New York. Habitat: native stands.
518-82 Plant from Purdue University Department of Forestry. Wild collected, Campbell County, Tennessee.
1-88 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark along Mayo River about 1 mile east of Stuart, Patrick County, Virginia. Habitat: low, riverside ground.
Betula maximowicziana Regel BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. MONARCH BIRCH
20-94 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki 1993 Hokkaido, Japan Expedition. Wild collected about 12 km NNE of Teshio Foresry Headquarters, Teshio Experimental Forest of Hokkaido University, Rumoi District, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan. Habitat: secondary forest (birch/oak/kalopanaz/magnolia/sasa).
186-2002 Seed from Sakhalin Botanical Garden Russian Academy of Sciences Far East Branch. Wild collected by unknown, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan.
Betula (maximowiczii x papyrifera) BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. MONARCH-PAPER HYBRID BIRCH
663-2006 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Garden collected.
Betula microphylla Bunge BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 4. LITTLE-LEAVED BIRCH
428-79 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Altai Mts. Byely Bom., SW Siberia, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
204-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum along a stream near road from Ust-Kan to Ust-Koksa, just n. of Sugash village about 70 km. nw. of Ust-Koksa, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: low ground.
Betula nigra L. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. RIVER BIRCH, RED BIRCH
232-51 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
54-81 Plant from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected by unknown, Cass County, Illinois. Habitat: plainfield sand on top of blue clay.
960-2004 Plant from Wilson Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
19-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Betula occidentalis Hook. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. WATER BIRCH
916-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn S. side SD 244, 2 m. W. of Mt. Rushmore, Pennington County, South Dakota.
917-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Tensleep Canyon Creek, Washakie County, Wyoming. Habitat: Along creek.
918-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Shoshone Nat. Forest, 4 m. W. of Wapiti, along US 16, Park County, Wyoming. Habitat: S. bank of Shoshone R..
Betula papyrifera Marshall BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 4. PAPER BIRCH
25-64 Seed from Dominion Arboretum. Wild collected at Lac Philippe, Gatineau Park, Gatineau County, Quebec Province, Canada.
803-65 Plant from Evergreen Nursery Co., Inc. From plant of known wild origin collected near Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin.
512-75 Plant from Burr Oak Nursery. Garden collected.
919-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along N. side US 16 Alt., 4 m. SW. of Mt. Rushmore, Pennington County, South Dakota.
409-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn small island in the east end of Waubee Lake, Oconto County, Wisconsin.
228-91 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter van der Linden & Ed Hedborn Nature Conservancy Niobrara Valley Preserve, 17 mi. north of Johnstown, south of Niobrara R., 1.5 mi. w. of bridge, Brown County, Nebraska. Habitat: base of n-facing bluff near seep.
230-91 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden lower Fairfield Creek canyon, 17 mi. n. of Johnstown, 2 mi. west of Niobrara R. bridge, Beryl Kuhre property, Brown County, Nebraska. Habitat: seep on eroded north facing slope of U-shaped canyon.
240-95 Seed from Morton Arb. 1995 Iowa Seed Expedition. Wild collected by unknown along access road to Mann Wilderness Area, Hardin County, Iowa. Habitat: disturbed oak-hickory upland woods.
Betula platyphylla Sukaczev BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. ASIAN WHITE BIRCH
74-80 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Yakutsk Branch of the Siberian Section of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. Wild collected in central section, Yakut A.S.S.R., Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
29-84 Seed from Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Wild collected Lesser Xingan Mts., China (Zhonghua).
387-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Mu Chang (Big Trunk Field), Baihua Shan Forest Preserve, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: north facing slope overstory tree in seasonally moist soil.
578-2000 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: disturbed upland forest on 5% n. slope.
187-2002 Seed from Sakhalin Botanical Garden Russian Academy of Sciences Far East Branch. Wild collected by unknown near Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia.
Betula platyphylla var. japonica (Miq.) Hara BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 4. JAPANESE WHITE BIRCH
128-2000 Seed from Chollipo Arboretum. Wild collected at Mt. Ungbong, Togye-Up, Kangwon-do Province, Republic of Korea.
20-2001 Seed from Chollipo Arboretum. Wild collected on Mt. Ungbong, Togye-Up, Kangwon-do Province, Republic of Korea.
185-2002 Seed from Sakhalin Botanical Garden Russian Academy of Sciences Far East Branch. Wild collected by unknown, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan.
Betula populifolia Marshall BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 3. GRAY BIRCH
3112-22 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.
714-43 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
133-83 Seed from Montreal Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Canada. Habitat: sandy places.
110-99 Seed from Botanic Garden of Smith College. Wild collected at Conway, Massachusetts.
341-99 Seed from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected, Pennsylvania.
Betula pubescens Ehrh. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 2. MOOR BIRCH
410-73 Seed from Botanic Garden, Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University. Garden collected.
462-80 Seed from Institut for dendrologi og planteskoledrift Norges landbrukshogskole (pre-1986). Wild collected Kise: Stange, Norway.
206-82 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Wild collected by unknown Ruovesi, Kukonpohja, Etela-Hame Province, Finland.
Betula pumila L. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 2. BOG BIRCH, AMERICAN DWARF BIRCH, DWARF BIRCH, LOW BIRCH, SWAMP BIRCH
247-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg east of Henpeck, Kane County, Illinois. Habitat: bog.
375-83 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected scattered plants north of Lake Defiance in Moraine Hills State Park, Mc Henry County, Illinois. Habitat: sedge meadow.
205-97 Plant from Kane County Forest Preserve District. Wild collected at Nelson Lake Marsh in Nelson Lake Marsh Forest Preserve, Kane County, Illinois.
40-99 Seed from W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected by unknown at Rose Lake Fen, Clinton County, Michigan. Habitat: in prairie fen.
Betula raddeana Trautv. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. CAUCASIAN BIRCH
139-81 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected near Karachayevsk in the northern Caucasus mountains, Karachay-Cherkessia Autonomous Region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: from edges of grazed meadow.
Betula schmidtii Regel BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. SCHMIDT'S BIRCH
115-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected near Raeonash, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
382-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: on 20 degree n-facing slope; forest canopy is just touching-filtered light is reaching forest floor.
220-98 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition southwest of Vladivostok, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: 20 degree n-facing slope under closed canopy with filtered light.
Betula turkestanica Litvin. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. TURKESTAN BIRCH
386-71 Plant from U.S.D.A., Plant Introduction Station/Garden. Garden collected.
210-2002 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected, Uzbek A.S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Betula utilis D.Don BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 7. HIMALAYAN BIRCH, HIMALAYAN SILVER BIRCH, INDIAN PAPER BIRCH
509-99 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
11-2002 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition Nanzheng Forest Bureau, Liping Forest Station, Da Leng Ba, Hanzhong District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: clear cut area, steep slope.
864-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Lianhua Shan National Nature Reserve, Ling Tan Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic mixed decid./conif. forest along road edge on 30 deg nw-slope on thin rocky soil.
Betula verrucosa Ehrh. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 2. EUROPEAN WHITE BIRCH
463-80 Seed from Institut for dendrologi og planteskoledrift Norges landbrukshogskole (pre-1986). Wild collected Kise: Stange, Norway.
138-81 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected in the northern Caucasus mountains near Karachayevsk, Karachay-Cherkessia Autonomous Region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: pine-birch woodlands.
Bignonia capreolata L. BIGNONIACEAE - BIGNONIA FAMILY
USDA 8. CROSS VINE
514-2001 Seed from Mt. Cuba Center for the Study of Piedmont Flora. Wild collected by Rick Lewandowski and Kris Bachtell, The Morton Arboretum along the west side of Kentucky Route 27 just north of the village of Hall, Jessamine County, Kentucky. Habitat: nnw-facing 80% slope on thin loam soils with a thin layer of organic debris and leaf litter, soil from limestone.
Broussonetia papyrifera (L.) L'Her. MORACEAE - MULBERRY FAMILY
USDA 8. PAPER-MULBERRY
67-79 Seed from Wuhan Institute of Botany Academia Sinica. Unknown collected.
Bruckenthalia spiculifolia (Salisb.) Rchb. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. SPIKE HEATH
68-95 Seed from Gradina Botanica "Alexandru Borza", Universitatea "Babes-Bolyai" din Cluj-Napoca. Wild collected at Mt. Scarita-Belioara, Alba District, Romania.
Brunnichia cirrhosa Banks ex Gaertn. POLYGONACEAE - BUCKWHEAT FAMILY
USDA 6. BUCKWHEAT-VINE
379-88 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg near Horseshoe Lake, Alexander County, Illinois.
Buddleja alternifolia Maxim. SCROPHULARIACEAE - FIGWORT FAMILY
USDA 6. FOUNTAIN BUTTERFLY BUSH
330-54 Plant from Willis Nursery Co., A. Willis & Co. Garden collected.
406-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
98-95 Plant from Fertile Delta Garden Center. Garden collected.
Buddleja davidii 'Summer Beauty' SCROPHULARIACEAE - FIGWORT FAMILY
USDA 4. SUMMER BEAUTY BUTTERFLY BUSH
373-99 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Bumelia lanuginosa var. oblongifolia (Nutt.) R.B.Clark SAPOTACEAE - SAPODILLA FAMILY
USDA 6. GUM BUMELIA
481-47 Seed from Julian Steyermark, Field Museum of Natural History. Wild collected, Shannon County, Missouri.
470-66 Plant from J. C. McDaniels, Department of Pomology, University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana. Garden collected.
Buxus microphylla var. japonica (Muell.Arg.) Rehder & E.H.Wilson BUXACEAE - BOXWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE BOXWOOD
316-64 Plant from U.S.D.A., Plant Introduction Station/Garden. Wild collected from Mt. Kosho in central Kyushu Island, Japan.
866-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected from Mt. Kosha in central Kyushu Island, Japan.
Buxus microphylla 'JW Singer' BUXACEAE - BOXWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. JW SINGER LITTLE-LEAVED BOXWOOD, JW SINGER KOREAN BOXWOOD
76-2006 Plant from Singer Gardens, Inc. Garden collected.
Buxus microphylla var. koreana Nakai ex E.H.Wilson BUXACEAE - BOXWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN BOXWOOD
1-28 Seed from Conyers B. Fleu, Jr., C. B. FLEU N. Garden collected.
699-70 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
867-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
48-77 Plant from U.S.D.A., New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Regional Plant Introdution Station. Wild collected, Republic of Korea.
427-82 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected.
150-2003 Cutting from The Holden Arboretum. Garden collected by unknown just off Rt 5, Maepo-Myon, Tanyang Gun, North Ch'ungch'ong Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: open w-facing limestone slope.
22-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
236-U Unknown from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Buxus 'Morris Midget' BUXACEAE - BOXWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. MORRIS MIDGET BOXWOOD
425-69 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Buxus sempervirens L. BUXACEAE - BOXWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. COMMON BOXWOOD
870-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
197-77 Cutting from James P. Baxter. Garden collected.
Callicarpa americana L. VERBENACEAE - VERVAIN FAMILY
USDA 7. AMERICAN BEAUTYBERRY, BEAUTY-BERRY, FRENCH-MULBERRY
1154-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected Hwy 309 N. towards Magazine Mtn. from the south in National Forest, Yell County, Arkansas. Habitat: pine-oak forest, sandy clay soil, 5-10% ne-slope.
Callicarpa bodinieri var. giraldii (Hesse) Rehder VERBENACEAE - VERVAIN FAMILY
USDA 6. GIRALDI'S BEAUTYBERRY
260-2002 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by Tiecheng Cui, Xian Botanical Garden near Lan Hua Ping, Ningxi Forest Preserve, Ningshan County, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: near river on 10 deg. e-facing slope.
Callicarpa japonica Thunb. VERBENACEAE - VERVAIN FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE BEAUTYBERRY
547-45 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
131-46 Seed from Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Garden collected.
603-53 Seed from University Botanic Gardens, Cantons Park Botanic Garden (Baarn). Garden collected.
39-55 Seed from Highland Botanical Park, County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
410-60 Seed from Polish Academy of Sciences Insitute of Dendrology Arboretum. Garden collected.
39-69 Plant from U.S.D.A., Plant Introduction Station/Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang, Republic of Korea.
339-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected on Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang, Republic of Korea.
224-89 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected on Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang, Republic of Korea.
56-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Akagi Village north of Tokyo, Seta County, Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
198-2000 Seed from Botanical Garden, Tohoku University. Wild collected, Japan.
579-2000 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Wudang Shan China Expedition north of Yan Chi He, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: coppiced mountain slopes.
Calycanthus fertilis Walter CALYCANTHACEAE - CALYCANTHUS FAMILY
USDA 6. PALE CAROLINA-ALLSPICE, PALE SWEETSHRUB
473-31 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
184-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
185-82 Layer from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
196-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark top of Toxaway Falls along US 64, Transylvania County, North Carolina. Habitat: forest edge on gently sloping exposed gneiss outcrop.
Calycocarpum lyonii (Pursh) Nutt. MENISPERMACEAE - MOONSEED FAMILY
USDA 6. CUPSEED
156-2001 Seed from The North Carolina Arboretum The University of North Carolina. Wild collected by unknown at Caney Creek Hwy 70 bridge, Montgomery County, Alabama. Habitat: creek bank.
Caragana arborescens Lam. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 2. SIBERIAN PEA-SHRUB
161-44 Seed from New York Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
644-70 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
189-73 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
458-84 Seed from Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected near Novosibirsk, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
218-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum along a road near the base of a slope above the Sema River about 10 km. south of Cherga, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: in meadow and pasture.
234-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Caragana brevifolia Komar. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. KASHMIR PEA-SHRUB
733-62 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
340-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Caragana frutex (L.) K.Koch FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 2. RUSSIAN PEA-SHRUB
239-35 Seed from Central Experimental Farm Botanical Garden and Arboretum Ottawa Research Station, Ornamentals Section. Garden collected.
1644-35 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
1123-38 Graft from L. Spaeth. Garden collected.
495-80 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
243-83 Seed from Altai Botanical Garden. Wild collected Altai Mountains, U.S.S.R.
Caragana maximowicziana Komar. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 2. MAXIMOWICZ'S PEA-SHRUB
1109-57 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
272-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
142-92 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Caragana pygmaea (L.) DC. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 4. DWARF PEA-SHRUB
480-39 Plant from Northwest Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Carex comosa Boott (HERBACEOUS) CYPERACEAE - SEDGE FAMILY
USDA 4. BRISTLY SEDGE, LONG-HAIRED SEDGE
914-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Carex lupulina Willd. (HERBACEOUS) CYPERACEAE - SEDGE FAMILY
USDA 3. COMMON HOP SEDGE, HOP SEDGE
917-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Carex morrowii 'Silk Tassels' (HERBACEOUS) CYPERACEAE - SEDGE FAMILY
USDA 3. SILK TASSELS MORROW'S SEDGE
428-99 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Carex sprengelii Dewey ex Spreng. (HERBACEOUS) CYPERACEAE - SEDGE FAMILY
USDA 2. LONG-BEAKED SEDGE, SPRENGEL'S SEDGE
580-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
1387-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Carpinus coreana Nakai BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 7. KOREAN HORNBEAM
52-2007 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. From plant of known wild origin collected.
228-2007 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Carpinus japonica Blume BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE HORNBEAM
184-2001 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Akagi Village, Seta-gun, Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
Carpinus orientalis Mill. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. ORIENTAL HORNBEAM
69-2001 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 Republic of Georgia Contract Collection. Garden collected near Mangliesi, Kvemo-Kartli Region, Georgia. Habitat: mixed forest.
133-2002 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 Republic of Georgia Expedition near Mangliesi, Kvemo-Kartli Region, Georgia. Habitat: mixed forest.
Carya ovalis (Wangenh.) Sarg. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 6. PIGNUT HICKORY, FALSE SHAGBARK, RED HICKORY, SMALL PIGNUT
231-41 Plant from J. F. Jones. Garden collected.
Castanea dentata (Marshall) Borkh. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. AMERICAN CHESTNUT
484-47 Seed from Beardsley Orchard. Garden collected.
565-78 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg southwest corner of Mississippi Palisades State Park, near site of and old abandoned homesite, Carroll County, Illinois.
373-2002 Seed from Arbor Lodge State Historical Park. Garden collected.
418-2003 Seed from American Chestnut Foundation. Wild collected near Rock Springs in Excelsior Township, Sauk County, Wisconsin. Habitat: forest.
Castanea henryi (Skan) Rehder FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 6. HENRY'S CHINKAPIN
280-95 Plant from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Wudang Shan China Expedition. Wild collected at Wu Dong Shan, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua).
Castanea mollissima Blume FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE CHESTNUT
2133-25 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected by Joseph Hers from an unspecified site, China (Zhonghua).
634-34 Seed from U.S.D.A. Wild collected near Tientsin, China (Zhonghua).
399-43 Plant from Fairview Evergreen Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
281-95 Plant from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Wudang Shan China Expedition. Wild collected at Wudang Shan, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua).
30-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Catalpa bignonioides Walter BIGNONIACEAE - BIGNONIA FAMILY
USDA 5. SOUTHERN CATALPA
494-66 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Catalpa bungei C.A.Mey. BIGNONIACEAE - BIGNONIA FAMILY
USDA 6. BUNGE'S CATALPA
498-80 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
13-96 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Wudang Shan China Expedition at Wudang Shan, China (Zhonghua).
Catalpa x erubescens Carriere BIGNONIACEAE - BIGNONIA FAMILY
USDA 5. HYBRID CATALPA
372-84 Plant from Jewell Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
Catalpa ovata G.Don BIGNONIACEAE - BIGNONIA FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE CATALPA
518-22 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
1021-26 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
579-59 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
580-59 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
35-82 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Garden collected.
99-96 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Mai ji, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along roadside in mountainy area.
55-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Sano City north of Tokyo, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
Ceanothus ovatus Desf. RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 5. INLAND NEW JERSEY-TEA
497-82 Seed from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected Illinois Beach State Park, Lake County, Illinois.
Cedrus libani A.Rich. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. CEDAR OF LEBANON
28-95 Seed from Aytekin Ertas, Istanbul University Orman Fakultesi Silvikultur Ara Bilim Dah. Wild collected by unknown on the mid-south Anatolian coast at Anamur, Armut kiri, Icel Ili Province, Akdeniz kiyisi Region, Turkey.
Celastrus scandens L. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 3. AMERICAN BITTERSWEET, CLIMBING BITTERSWEET, CLIMBING ORANGE-ROOT, FALSE BITTERSWEET, FEVER-TWIG, FEVER-TWITCH, JACOB’S-LADDER, STAFF-VINE
184-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 4-5 mi. east of Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming.
760-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn about 3 mi. southwest of Iroquois, Iroquois County, Illinois. Habitat: fence.
Celtis australis L. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 6. EUROPEAN HACKBERRY, EUROPEAN NETTLETREE, HONEY-BERRY, LOTETREE, MEDITERRANEAN HACKBERRY, NETTLETREE
335-81 Seed from Botanicki vrt. Wild collected, Yugoslavia.
Celtis bungeana Blume CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 5. MANCHURIAN HACKBERRY
278-73 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
417-74 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
336-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in full sun.
Celtis caucasica Willd. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 6. CAUCASIAN HACKBERRY
532-64 Seed from Central Republic Botanical Garden of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
Celtis glabrata Steven ex Planch. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 6. WEST ASIAN HACKBERRY
70-2001 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 Republic of Georgia Contract Collection. Wild collected at Tsavkisis tskali, Georgia. Habitat: in river gorge.
132-2002 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 Republic of Georgia Contract Collection Tskhneti River Gorge, Tsavkisis Tskali, Tbilisi Region, Georgia. Habitat: light forest.
Celtis koraiensis Nakai CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN HACKBERRY
264-86 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected northeastern section, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mountains.
Celtis occidentalis L. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 2. HACKBERRY
2141-22 Plant from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Wild collected by R. E. Horsey, Rochester Parks Dept..
2139-25 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected by Ernest J. Palmer, Kansas.
550-36 Seed from Botanic Garden of Sofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski'. Garden collected.
472-65 Plant from Horton Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
224-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 1.5 mi. northeast of Elizabeth along the Apple River, Jo Daviess County, Illinois. Habitat: steep bluff.
169-99 Seed from The Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by unknown on Kelleys Island, Erie County, Ohio.
812-2004 Plant from South Branch Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
1091-2004 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
34-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Celtis reticulata Torr. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 6. NET-LEAVED HACKBERRY
509-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along US 160, 7 mi west of its Jct. with 283, Meade County, Kansas. Habitat: growing in the flood plains of a small creek.
104-84 Seed from Washington Park Arboretum University of Washington. Wild collected south of Whitebird, Idaho County, Idaho.
Celtis tenuifolia Nutt. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 6. DWARF HACKBERRY
47-64 Seed from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected by Bernard Harkness near Taney, Taney County, Missouri.
52-81 Seed from University of Guelph Arboretum. Wild collected by unknown Pinery Provincial Park, Lambton County, Ontario Province, Canada. Habitat: Top of a sand ridge.
3-84 Seed from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Ozark County, Missouri.
2-92 Seed from Tom Dilatush. Wild collected along north side of WV-55, east of Wardensville, Hardy County, West Virginia. Habitat: shale barren.
71-93 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Menard County, Illinois.
512-2001 Seed from Mt. Cuba Center for the Study of Piedmont Flora. Wild collected by Rick Lewandowski and Kris Bachtell, The Morton Arboretum along the west side of Kentucky Route 27 just north of the village of Hall, Jessamine County, Kentucky. Habitat: n-facing 15 % slope thin soils with eroded limestone in soil matrix on top of cliffs.
1182-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected by Linda Ellis Linda Ellis homesite, Stone County, Missouri. Habitat: dolomitic glade on bedrock at or near the surface on 10-20% nw-slope.
Celtis tournefortii Lam. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 7. TOURNEFORT'S HACKBERRY
418-74 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
Centaurea montana L. (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 3. PERENNIAL CORNFLOWER, MOUNTAIN BLUET, MOUNTAIN KNAPWEED
281-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Cephalanthus occidentalis L. RUBIACEAE - MADDER FAMILY
USDA 6. BUTTONBUSH
1126-22 Plant from Bryants Nurseries. Garden collected.
536-80 Seed from Beal-Garfield Botanic Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected, Ingham County, Michigan. Habitat: Vernal pond.
55-81 Seed from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected by unknown, Schuyler County, Illinois. Habitat: Alluvial prairie, along drainage ditch.
538-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn, Iroquois County, Illinois. Habitat: wet roadside ditch.
291-99 Seed from Toronto Zoo. Wild collected by unknown in a quarry on Sheridan Point on Pelee Island, Essex County, Ontario Province, Canada.
386-2000 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
204-2004 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
656-2004 Plant from Klyn Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
898-2004 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
1422-2004 Plant from Spence Restoration Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
506-2005 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
Cephalotaxus harringtonia var. drupacea (Siebold & Zucc.) Koidz. CEPHALOTAXACEAE - PLUM YEW FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE PLUM-YEW
591-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cephalotaxus sinensis (Rehder & E.H.Wilson) H.L.Li CEPHALOTAXACEAE - PLUM YEW FAMILY
USDA 7. CHINESE PLUM-YEW
592-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
22-2002 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. From plant of known wild origin collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1995 Shaanxi China Expedition near Hua Long Shan (mountain), Baxian Forest Station, Pingli County, Ankang District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: base of steep s-facing hillside, 5 m. above path in part shade.
25-2002 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. From plant of known wild origin collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1995 Shaanxi China Expedition near Hua Long Shan (mountain), Baxian Forest Station, Pingli County, Ankang District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: base of steep s-facing hillside, 5 m. above path in part shade.
26-2002 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. From plant of known wild origin collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1995 Shaanxi China Expedition near Hua Long Shan (mountain), Baxian Forest Station, Pingli County, Ankang District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: base of steep s-facing hillside, 5 m. above path in part shade.
Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Pendulum' CERCIDIPHYLLACEAE - KATSURA TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING KATSURA TREE
72-84 Graft from Wilson Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Cercis occidentalis Torr. ex Gray FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 8. WESTERN REDBUD, CALIFORNIA REDBUD
539-2000 Seed from University of California Botanical Garden. Wild collected by unknown west of Red Bluff, Highway 36 at junction with Vestal Road, Tehama County, California. Habitat: in oak/foothill pine woodland.
72-2003 Seed from Washington Park Arboretum University of Washington. Wild collected by unknown in Preacher Meadow, 3 mi sw of Trinity Center, Trinity Nat. Forest, Trinity County, California. Habitat: clearings and edges of mixed conifer parkland.
Cercocarpus montanus Raf. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. BIRCH-LEAVED MOUNTAIN-MAHOGANY
452-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along WY 270, 5.1 mi. north of Guernsey, Platte County, Wyoming. Habitat: Steep, rocky hillsides.
Chaenomeles japonica (Thunb.) Lindl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE FLOWERING QUINCE
274-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Chaenomeles sinensis (Dum.Cours.) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE FLOWERING QUINCE
397-65 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Garden collected.
585-78 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Garden collected.
Chamaecyparis thyoides (L.) "Britton, Sterns & Poggenb." CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. ATLANTIC WHITE-CEDAR
1291-22 Plant from L. E. Williams Nursery Co. Garden collected.
382-29 Plant from Isaac Langley Williams. Garden collected.
483-80 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected New Jersey Pine Barrens, along Rte. 539, Ocean County, New Jersey. Habitat: Bog.
189-90 Plant from Tom Dilatush. Wild collected near North Appleton, Appleton County, Maine.
Chamaedaphne calyculata (L.) Moench ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 2. LEATHERLEAF
3-2000 Seed from W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected in Rose Lake Bog, Clinton County, Michigan. Habitat: bog.
Chionanthus retusus Lindl. & Paxton OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE FRINGE TREE
90-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
428-96 Plant from Fertile Delta Garden Center. Garden collected.
327-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected Ling Kong Shan Zhen, Qinyan County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on mtn. top cut oak-pine mesic forest in rocky clay (loess) soil.
Chionanthus virginicus L. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 3. FRINGE TREE, WHITE FRINGE TREE, OLD MAN'S BEARD, POISON-ASH
896-26 Plant from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
1025-35 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
549-42 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
110-46 Seed from Central Experimental Farm Botanical Garden and Arboretum Ottawa Research Station, Ornamentals Section. Garden collected.
592-71 Plant from unknown. Garden collected.
338-84 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
470-85 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
144-87 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
108-93 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected at Chrome Serpentine Barrens, Piedmont Province, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Habitat: in woodland, seasonally dry soil.
210-95 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
5-99 Seed from Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, Dept. of Buildings and Grounds, Mount Holyoke College. Wild collected by Thomas E. Clark, Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, Dept. of Buildings and Grounds, Mount Holyoke College in George Washington National Forest, Virginia.
Chosenia arbutifolia (Pall.) A.K.Skvortsov SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 6. CHOSENIA
371-2000 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected along the Azusa River, Nagano-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan. Habitat: river floodplain.
Cimicifuga dahurica (Turcz. ex Fisch. & C.A.Mey.) Maxim. (HERBACEOUS) RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. DAHURIAN BUGBANE
23-2001 Seed from Chollipo Arboretum. Wild collected on Mt. Taebaek, Taebaek-Shi, Kangwon-do Province, Republic of Korea.
Cimicifuga ramosa Nakai (HERBACEOUS) RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 9. FALL BUGBANE, BLACK COHOSH
361-99 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Garden collected.
Clematis albicoma Wherry RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. WHITE-HAIRED LEATHER FLOWER
636-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected in George Washington National Forest, Botetourt County, Virginia. Habitat: shale barrens.
Clematis alpina (L.) Mill. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. ALPINE CLEMATIS
157-83 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Graubunden (Grisons) Canton, Switzerland.
Clematis apiifolia DC. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 7. OCTOBER CLEMATIS
552-78 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected by unknown, Japan.
78-81 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected Huanshan Mountain, Anhui Province, China (Zhonghua).
Clematis brevicaudata DC. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. SHORT-PLUMED CLEMATIS, SHORTPLUME CLEMATIS
156-81 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected around Peking, China (Zhonghua).
Clematis flammula L. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 7. FRAGRANT CLEMATIS
231-88 Seed from Servei Municipal de Pares i Jardins. Wild collected, Spain.
Clematis fusca Turcz. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. STANAVOI'S CLEMATIS
376-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: on 10 degree w-facing slope in broad-leaved valley forest, includes dry stream bed evident in drought year.
Clematis heracleifolia DC. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. TUBE CLEMATIS
214-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Garden collected.
215-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Garden collected.
595-80 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Peking, China (Zhonghua).
Clematis integrifolia L. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. SOLITARY CLEMATIS
79-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten. Garden collected.
88-95 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Clematis x jouiniana C.K.Schneid. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5.
123-87 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
Clematis koreana Kom. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN CLEMATIS
43-91 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by unknown from the top of Odae San, Piron Bong, Kangwon-do Province, Republic of Korea.
21-93 Seed from Göteborg Botanical Garden. Wild collected by M. & U. Holmberg & Strindberg, Goteborg Botanical Garden on Mt. Halla on Cheju Island, Cheju-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: mountains.
Clematis ligusticifolia Nutt. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. WESTERN VIRGIN'S BOWER, WESTERN WHITE CLEMATIS
172-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 1.5 miles east of Wyoming state line, Custer County, South Dakota.
Clematis mandshurica Rupr. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 7. MANCHURIAN CLEMATIS
317-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: roadside edge.
Clematis 'Markham's Pink' RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. MARKHAM'S PINK CLEMATIS
132-2005 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Plant Sale. Garden collected.
Clematis nannophylla Maxim. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 7. LITTLE-LEAVED CLEMATIS
82-2003 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected by unknown on Mt. Maiji, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on mountain slope/hill in mountain area.
Clematis occidentalis (Hornem.) DC. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. BLUE CLEMATIS, MOUNTAIN CLEMATIS, WESTERN BLUE VIRGIN'S BOWER
114-82 Seed from University of Guelph Arboretum. Wild collected, Thunderbay District, Ontario Province, Canada. Habitat: top of ridge.
Clematis pitcheri Torr. & Gray RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 7. LEATHER FLOWER, BLUEBILL
207-84 Plant from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Cass County, Illinois. Habitat: Sand prairie edge.
Clematis recta L. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 7. GROUND CLEMATIS, GROUND VIRGIN'S BOWER
147-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Technischen Universitat Dresden. Garden collected.
688-79 Seed from Hortus Botanicus 'Soroksarensis' Universitatis Hortuculturae Alimentario-Technieaque. Wild collected Csakvar, Hungary. Habitat: solo calcareo.
Clematis serratifolia Rehder RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. HERMITGOLD CLEMATIS
563-79 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Unknown collected.
418-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian State University. Wild collected at Kamenushka in the Ussuri region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Clematis songarica Bunge RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. DZUNGARIAN CLEMATIS
604-80 Seed from Main Botanical Garden. Wild collected Tadjikistan, Kirgizia, U.S.S.R.
Clematis terniflora DC. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. SWEET AUTUMN CLEMATIS, SWEET AUTUMN VIRGIN'S BOWER
567-84 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
22-93 Seed from Göteborg Botanical Garden. Wild collected by M. & U. Holmberg & Strindberg, Goteborg Botanical Garden between Kur-am and Taeha-dong on Ullung Island, Republic of Korea.
131-95 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
643-2005 Plant from Elite Growers, Inc. Garden collected.
Clematis virginiana L. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. VIRGIN'S BOWER
217-77 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected.
241-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg west of Milbrook along the Fox River, Kendall County, Illinois. Habitat: river bank.
2-88 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark 5 mi. east of Stuart, Patrick County, Virginia. Habitat: Low, cut-over, disturbed ground, along Peters Cr..
Clematis vitalba L. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. TRAVELER'S JOY, OLD MAN'S BEARD
95-78 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected near Geneve, Geneve Canton, Switzerland.
253-78 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Moscow Lomonosov State University. Wild collected in the Caucasus Mountains, U.S.S.R.
Clematoclethra hemsleyi Baill. ACTINIDIACEAE - ACTINIDIA FAMILY
USDA 7. HEMSLEY'S VINE-CLETHRA
550-96 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition. Wild collected in Ningxi Forest Bureau, Caiziping Forest Station, Xi Gou, Ningshan District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on a dry, west facing 60% slope in part to full sum.
Clethra acuminata Michx. CLETHRACEAE - SUMMERSWEET FAMILY
USDA 6. CINNAMON CLETHRA
6-99 Seed from Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, Dept. of Buildings and Grounds, Mount Holyoke College. Wild collected by Thomas E. Clark, Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, Dept. of Buildings and Grounds, Mount Holyoke College in Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina.
71-2000 Seed from The Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by Coggeshall, Yates & Tubesing, Bernheim & Holden Arboreta 1999 Kentucky trip along KY Rte 11, west of the west entrance to the Nada Tunnel, Powell County, Kentucky. Habitat: in ravine in forest understory.
709-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected in Smoky Mountains National Park south of road to Cade's Cove, Sevier County, Tennessee. Habitat: 30-45 deg. w-facing shaded slope, fine silty loam.
Clethra alnifolia L. CLETHRACEAE - SUMMERSWEET FAMILY
USDA 3. SUMMERSWEET CLETHRA, PEPPERBUSH, COASTAL SWEETPEPPERBUSH
209-44 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
44-79 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected New Lisbon, Burlington County, New Jersey. Habitat: acid woods in pine barren.
21-81 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected, Burlington County, New Jersey. Habitat: Moist, low roadside wood's edge.
340-84 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
77-99 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected in Adkins Arboretum, Carolina County, Maryland.
724-2004 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Clethra barbinervis Siebold & Zucc. CLETHRACEAE - SUMMERSWEET FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE SUMMERSWEET
330-79 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected by John L. Creech, United States National Arboretum above Rakko Falls near Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
Cocculus carolinus (L.) DC. MENISPERMACEAE - MOONSEED FAMILY
USDA 7. SNAILSEED, CAROLINA CORALBEAD
210-81 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Stone County, Arkansas.
519-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Ozark Nat. Scenic Riverways,just west of Albey Springs, Shannon County, Missouri. Habitat: along the Jacks Fork River.
381-88 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg, Barry County, Missouri.
1144-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected Roaring River State Park under powerline near parking lot, Barry County, Missouri. Habitat: rocky roadside on 0-5% s-slope Roaring River State Park under powerline near parking lot.
Cocculus trilobus (Thunb.) DC. MENISPERMACEAE - MOONSEED FAMILY
USDA 7. JAPANESE SNAILSEED, QUEEN CORALBEAD
86-75 Plant from United States National Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Dorsett & Morse, U.S.D.A. Chiaki Park, Akita, Akita Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
234-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Dorsett & Morse Chiaki Park, Akita, Akita Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
Colutea arborescens L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. BLADDER-SENNA
231-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Wild collected near Lake Garda, Lombardy Region, Italy.
491-84 Seed from Botanic Garden of Sofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski'. Wild collected diverse regions, Bulgaria.
Comptonia peregrina (L.) Coult. MYRICACEAE - BAYBERRY FAMILY
USDA 2. SWEET-FERN
344-48 Stolon from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
186-76 Root Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
216-97 Plant from Lakeland Nursery. Garden collected.
97-2006 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Coriaria japonica Gray CORIARIACEAE - CORIARIA FAMILY
USDA 7. JAPANESE CORIARIA
222-83 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Wild collected Oshimo-Mura near Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
388-83 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cornus alba L. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 2. SIBERIAN DOGWOOD
105-79 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat. Wild collected near Kranichfeld, Erfurt District, German Democratic Republic.
773-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
305-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along moist stream edge.
Cornus alternifolia L.f. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 3. ALTERNATE-LEAVED DOGWOOD, PAGODA DOGWOOD
195-38 Plant from Bryants Nurseries. Garden collected.
241-44 Plant from Thomas B. Meehan Co. Garden collected.
646-46 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
576-71 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
527-75 Plant from Esther & Herb Hahn. Garden collected.
231-86 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
260-97 Plant from Chicagoland Grows. Garden collected.
111-99 Seed from Botanic Garden of Smith College. Wild collected at Whately, Massachusetts.
662-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected along Blue Ridge Parkway pullover next to road, Haywood County, North Carolina. Habitat: 30 deg e-facing slope in full sun, gritty loam, schist derived, very well-drained, good organic layer.
295-2002 Seed from Dayle Saar, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected along access road that intersects High Falls Road just e. of Medicine Brook that leads to fly fishing area on the Peshtigo River, ca. 7.5 mi. nw. of the town of Crivitz, Marinette County, Wisconsin. Habitat: roadside in mixed coniferous-deciduous mesic forest.
282-2003 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
669-2004 Plant from Beeson's McHenry County Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
821-2004 Plant from Stonegate Farm Nursery & Landscaping, Inc. Garden collected.
1021-2004 Plant from Goodmark Nurseries, LLC. Garden collected.
165-2006 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Plant Sale. Garden collected.
192-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Cornus amomum Mill. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. SILKY DOGWOOD
288-22 Cutting from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1128-22 Plant from Bryants Nurseries. Garden collected.
972-25 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Technischen Hochscheule. Garden collected.
371-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
34-98 Seed from Botanic Garden of Smith College. Wild collected near Whately and Conway, Franklin County, Massachusetts.
4-2000 Seed from W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected along Biggie Munn power line, Ingham County, Michigan. Habitat: clearing through mesic southern forest.
Cornus x arnoldiana Rehder CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 4. ARNOLD DOGWOOD
372-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cornus australis C.A.Mey. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 7. DOGWOOD
969-25 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Technischen Hochscheule. Garden collected.
359-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cornus bretschneideri L.Henry CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. BRETSCHNEIDER'S DOGWOOD
303-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in upland spruce-larch-poplar-birch forest.
15-2002 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Green Corridor, Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: among shrubs.
309-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected at Xiao Wen Forest Center, Heng Jian Zhen, Jiaocheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: moist woods in dense understory with thin canopy on 45 deg. n-facing slope in rich moist well-drained humus.
Cornus coreana Wangerin CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. KOREAN DOGWOOD
439-65 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
840-65 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
235-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cornus florida L. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. FLOWERING DOGWOOD
954-22 Plant from Onarga Nursery Co. Garden collected.
76-32 Plant from Onarga Nursery Co. Garden collected.
612-33 Plant from Onarga Nursery Co. Garden collected.
632-34 Plant from R. M. Kellogg Co. Garden collected.
143-40 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
321-51 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Clarence E. Godshalk 3 miles west of three Rivers, St. Joseph County, Michigan.
351-60 Plant from Kallay Brothers Company. Garden collected.
439-71 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected Geo. Dahl prop. W. Broadway, Three Rivers, Michigan.
49-94 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. From plant of known wild origin collected by Craig Johnson, The Morton Arboretum at Indiana Dunes, Porter County, Indiana.
227-2000 Seed from Toronto Zoo. Wild collected at Skunk's Misery, Middlesex County, Ontario Province, Canada.
Cornus foemina Mill. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. STIFF DOGWOOD
279-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cornus kousa (F.Buerger ex Miq.) Hance CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. KOUSA DOGWOOD
223-83 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Wild collected Oshino-Mura, near Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
30-84 Seed from Hangzhou Botanic Garden and Herbarium. Garden collected.
50-86 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected by Barry Yinger near Chongsu Sa (temple), Sagiri, Hwado Myon, Kanghwa Gun, Kyonggi-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: mixed deciduous forest understory along path.
424-2004 Plant from Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest The Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation. From plant of known wild origin collected, Korea.
825-2004 Plant from Studebaker Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
53-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
58-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
292-2006 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected Yamato-mura, Higashi-yamanashi-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.
Cornus macrophylla Wall. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. LARGE-LEAVED DOGWOOD
278-36 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
681-39 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
1233-58 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
503-2001 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Maiji, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mixed forest in mountain area.
Cornus obliqua Raf. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 4. BLUE-FRUITED DOGWOOD
1314-22 Plant from Naperville Nurseries. Garden collected.
390-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest J. Palmer near Galena, Missouri.
724-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 3 mi. N. of Plainfield, W. side of DuPage R. at ll9th St., Will County, Illinois.
364-2002 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Cornus paucinervis Hance CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. LITTLE-LEAVED DOGWOOD
942-62 Plant from Washington Park Arboretum University of Washington. Garden collected.
569-63 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cornus pumila Koehne CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. DWARF DOGWOOD, DWARF RED-TIPPED DOGWOOD, DWARF REDTIP DOGWOOD
643-49 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
675-52 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
642-54 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
719-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
242-94 Plant from Lakeland Nursery. Garden collected.
217-97 Plant from Lakeland Nursery. Garden collected.
515-2006 Plant from Glacier Oaks Nursery (a division of McHenry County Nursery). Garden collected.
Cornus racemosa 'Green Carpet' CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 4. GREEN CARPET GRAY DOGWOOD
181-2005 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Cornus rugosa Lam. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. ROUND-LEAVED DOGWOOD
161-79 Seed from John Kolar. Wild collected, Ontonagon County, Michigan.
142-81 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected, Morris County, New Jersey.
190-83 Seed from University of Guelph Arboretum. Wild collected Ipperwash Military Reserve, Lambton County, Canada. Habitat: moist woods, sand.
Cornus sanguinea L. CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. BLOOD-TWIGGED DOGWOOD
517-80 Seed from Botanical Gardens and Arboretum, Brno University of Agriculture. Wild collected, Czechoslovakia.
529-80 Seed from Botanischer Garten. Wild collected Kreis Muhlhausen, Reiser, Erfurt District, German Democratic Republic.
634-80 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l'Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg. Wild collected, France. Habitat: Collines calcaires sous-vosgiennes.
196-81 Seed from Jardin Botanique de la Ville Service des Plantations. Wild collected dans la region (Nantes), Loire Province, France.
Cornus sanguinea 'Winter Flame' CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. WINTER FLAME BLOOD-TWIGGED DOGWOOD
777-2004 Plant from Planter's Palette. Garden collected.
Cornus sericea ssp. sericea CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 2. RED-OSIER DOGWOOD, AMERICAN DOGWOOD, RED-TWIG DOGWOOD, RED-STEM DOGWOOD
1065-59 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
524-75 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected Morton Arboretum grounds, Du Page County, Illinois.
175-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg, Lawrence County, South Dakota.
410-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Floyd A. Swink near lake shore at Miller Beach, Lake County, Indiana.
680-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Floyd A. Swink near lake shore at Miller Beach, Lake County, Indiana.
64-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Floyd A. Swink near lake shore at Miller Beach, Lake County, Indiana.
636-81 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected.
464-85 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Winthrop Harbor, North Unit, Illinois Beach State Park, Lake County, Illinois. Habitat: sandy soil.
781-2005 Plant from Mariani Landscape/Design Build Maintenance. Garden collected.
Cornus sericea ssp. sericea 'Alleman's Dwarf' CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 2. ALLEMAN'S DWARF RED-OSIER DOGWOOD
1320-2004 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
183-2005 Plant from D. Hill Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Cornus x slavinii Rehder CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 4. SLAVIN'S DOGWOOD
397-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cornus walteri Wangerin CORNACEAE - DOGWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. WALTER'S DOGWOOD
475-26 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Faculty of Sciences of Charles University. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University from Hsing-shan Hsien, Changyang Hsien, Fang Hsien, and Patung Hsien, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in woodlands.
361-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
288-95 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson from Hsing-shan Hsien, Changyang Hsien, Fang Hsien, and Patung Hsien, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in woodlands.
342-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected Huang Sha Ling, Yang Cheng Xian, Yang Cheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: agricultural areas.
Coronilla emerus L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SCORPION SENNA
481-52 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
669-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Corylopsis veitchiana Bean HAMAMELIDACEAE - WITCH-HAZEL FAMILY
USDA 7. VEITCH'S WINTER-HAZEL
180-75 Seed from Hillier & Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
Corylus chinensis Franch. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE HAZELNUT, CHINESE FILBERT, CHINESE HAZEL
852-29 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
898-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected at Mo Gou Forest Area, Die Bu County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: cool moist narrow n-running valley next to cult. fields, opp. more natural forest, 15 deg e-slope, rocky silt-loam.
Corylus fargesii (Franch.) C.K.Schneid. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. FARGES' HAZELNUT
29-98 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition at Xiao Long Shan Forest Bureau, Dang Chuan Forest Station, Mai Chao Gou, Tian Shui City District, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 2 m. above a stream in open woodland among rocks in sandy silt loam soils deposited by stream along a path..
258-98 Plant from Longwood Gardens. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition at Xiao Long Shan Forest Bureau, Dang Chuan Forest Station, Mai Chao Gou, Tian Shui City District, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 2 m. above a stream in open woodland among rocks in sandy silt loam soils deposited by stream along a path..
365-2005 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by at Xiao Long Shan Forest Bureau, Dang Chuan Forest Station, Mai Chao Gou, Tian Shui City District, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 2 m. above a stream in open woodland among rocks in sandy silt loam soils deposited by stream along a path..
889-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected at Dai Hai Gou, Zhou Qu County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: open 3-running stream next to n-running ravine in mesic decid. cut & browsed area, 45 deg n-slope, organic clay.
Corylus 'Purple Haze' BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. PURPLE HAZE HAZELNUT
64-2007 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Cotinus coggygria 'Young Lady' Patent ppaf ANACARDIACEAE - CASHEW FAMILY
USDA 4. YOUNG LADY EURASIAN SMOKE TREE
155-2004 Plant from Spring Meadow Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster acutifolia Turcz. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PEKING COTONEASTER
358-31 Plant from Onarga Nursery Co. Garden collected.
389-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster adpressa Bois ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. CREEPING COTONEASTER
871-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Bai Long Jiang Forest Station / Ge'er Gou, Zhou Qu Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic mixed decid./confr. forest in ne-facing valley with steep slopes, long, cool, ravine/gorge, thin soil bolders.
Cotoneaster adpressa var. praecox (Vilmor.) Bois & P.Berthault ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. EARLY COTONEASTER
282-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster ambigua Rehder & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. COTONEASTER
648-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Harry Smith at Drogochi, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu Autonomous Region, China (Zhonghua).
261-2002 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by Tiecheng Cui, Xian Botanical Garden east river, Taibaishan, Meixian County, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on 45 deg. n-facing slope.
96-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Harry Smith at Drogochi, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu Autonomous Region, China (Zhonghua).
448-2006 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Harry Smith at Drogochi, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu Autonomous Region, China (Zhonghua).
Cotoneaster apiculata Rehder & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. CRANBERRY COTONEASTER
1360-2004 Plant from Wilson Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
134-2006 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster dammeri C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BEARBERRY COTONEASTER
284-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster dielsiana Pritz. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. DIELS COTONEASTER
1078-59 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
367-81 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster divaricata Rehder & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SPREADING COTONEASTER
238-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster horizontalis Decne. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ROCK COTONEASTER
692-64 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
515-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
267-98 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Garden collected.
892-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected, Die Bu County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: se-running stream through fairly steep ravine, mesic mixed decid./ conif. forest, 15 deg n-slope full sun thin soil.
Cotoneaster integerrima Medik. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. EUROPEAN COTONEASTER
555-79 Seed from Jardin de la Station Alpine du Lautaret (Hautes-Alpes) Laboratoire de Botanique. Wild collected by unknown dans la region du Lautaret, Grenoble cedex, Isere Department, France.
515-80 Seed from Ringve Botaniske Hage Universitet i Trondheim Ringve Bot. Gard., Norwegian U. of Sci. & Tech., NTNU. Wild collected Oppdal, Kongsnoll, Sor-Trondelag County, Norway.
482-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster lucida Schltdl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. HEDGE COTONEASTER
287-31 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
598-59 Graft from Botanical Garden of the University of Amsterdam. Garden collected.
700-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
611-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster melanocarpa Lodd. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BLACK COTONEASTER
483-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Karl Evert Flinck, Sweden. Habitat: at Varberg.
220-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum above the Sema River about 10 km. south of Cherga, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: on a rock outcrop on a w-facing slope halfway up.
Cotoneaster multiflora Bunge ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. SHOWY COTONEASTER
55-27 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected by Joseph F. Rock, China (Zhonghua).
147-92 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph F. Rock, China (Zhonghua).
106-95 Plant from Synnestvedt Nursery Co. Garden collected.
156-95 Plant from Shemin Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster obscura Rehder & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BLOODBERRY COTONEASTER
352-53 Graft from Copenhagen Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster racemiflora (Desf.) K.Koch ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. REDBEAD COTONEASTER
546-79 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Unknown collected.
Cotoneaster salicifolia var. rugosa (Pritz.) Rehder & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. WILLOW-LEAVED COTONEASTER
1088-59 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cotoneaster tomentosa (Aiton) Lindl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. WOOLLY COTONEASTER
518-79 Seed from Agrobotanic Garden of the University of Agricultural Sciences Department of Botany. Wild collected near Godollo, Pest County, Hungary.
Cotoneaster uniflora Bunge ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ALTAI COTONEASTER
459-84 Seed from Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Cotoneaster zabelii C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ZABEL'S COTONEASTER
306-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected in Mingyi Valley, Panquangou, Heng Jian Zhen, Jiaocheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: steep 45 deg w-facing rocky slope in rocky thin soils.
Crataegus arnoldiana Sarg. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ARNOLD HAWTHORN
379-67 Plant from Skinner's Nursery, Ltd. Garden collected.
Crataegus calpodendron (Ehrh.) Medik. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. PEAR HAWTHORN
136-54 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
259-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg McKinley Woods Forest Preserve, Will County, Illinois.
Crataegus chlorosarca Maxim. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BLACK-FRUITED HAWTHORN
705-79 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Kamchatka peninsula, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Crataegus chrysocarpa Ashe ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. FIREBERRY HAWTHORN
2033-23 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Crataegus coccinioides Ashe ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. KANSAS HAWTHORN
451-29 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
60-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Crataegus conspecta Sarg. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5.
61-23 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Crataegus crus-galli L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. COCKSPUR HAWTHORN
11-23 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
27-23 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1569-26 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1570-26 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
257-36 Seed from New York Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
579-37 Seed from Ryks Arboretum. Garden collected.
335-42 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
361-42 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
539-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along county road to Iroquois County Conservation Area, Iroquois County, Illinois. Habitat: fencerow.
59-87 Plant from Berthold Nursery. Garden collected.
124-88 Plant from Tecza & Sons Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
60-90 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Crataegus crus-galli var. inermis Lange ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. THORNLESS COCKSPUR HAWTHORN
35-52 Plant from Hermann A. Hesse Baumschulen. Garden collected.
312-90 Plant from Neumann's Nursery. Garden collected.
91-91 Plant from Neumann's Nursery. Garden collected.
98-93 Plant from Neumann's Nursery. Garden collected.
79-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
157-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
1085-2004 Plant from King Nursery. Garden collected.
54-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
Crataegus douglasii Lindl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BLACK HAWTHORN
926-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Pine Mountain, Park County, Montana. Habitat: s-facing mountain slope.
Crataegus durobrivensis Sarg. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. CHRISTMAS HAWTHORN
222-90 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Crataegus harbisonii Beadle ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. HARBISON'S HAWTHORN
672-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. From plant of known wild origin collected near Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.
Crataegus kansuensis E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. GANSU HAWTHORN
16-2002 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Dacaoping, Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mixed forest.
Crataegus x lavallei Herincq ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. LAVALLE'S HAWTHORN, LAVALLE HAWTHORN
66-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Crataegus maximowiczii C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. MAXIMOWICZ'S HAWTHORN
295-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected near Yalu River, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along stream edge in mountain ravine.
Crataegus mollis (Torr. & Gray) Scheele ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. DOWNY HAWTHORN
247-23 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1106-60 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected Old Johnson land area of the Morton Arboretum, Du Page County, Illinois.
202-92 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Kris Bachtell in Mc Dowell Grove Forest Preserve on the west side of the Du Page River, Du Page County, Illinois. Habitat: on disturbed floodplain.
265-95 Seed from John E. van der Linden. Wild collected from Marble Beach area on the west side of Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa.
292-99 Seed from Toronto Zoo. Wild collected by unknown at Sheridan Point, Pelee Island, Essex County, Ontario Province, Canada.
388-2000 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
355-2002 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
336-2003 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Kris Bachtell on grounds of Flossmoor Country Club, 1441 S. Western Ave., Flossmoor, Cook County, Illinois.
51-U Unknown from native spontaneous. Wild collected grounds of The Morton Arboretum, north of Lisle, DuPage County, Illinois.
Crataegus monogyna Jacq. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SINGLE-SEEDED HAWTHORN
85-85 Seed from Lesny Zaklad Doswiadczalny Arboretum Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, Ak. Rosnicza w Warszawie. Wild collected near Rogow, Poland.
Crataegus mortonis Laughlin ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. MORTON HAWTHORN
52-U native spontaneous. Wild collected northwest side of Lake Marmo, on the west side of The Morton Arboretum, ca. 1 mi. north of Lisle, DuPage County, Illinois.
Crataegus pedicellata Sarg. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SCARLET HAWTHORN
20-23 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
246-23 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Crataegus pentagyna Waldst. & Kit. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. HAWTHORN
318-81 Seed from Gradina Botanica a Universitatii din Bucuresti. Wild collected in the Calugareni (Ilfov) region, Romania.
604-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of Academy of Sciences of Armenian S.S.R. Wild collected, Armenian S.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: "Vegetatio silvatica, silvae collucatae".
Crataegus phaenopyrum (L.f.) Medik. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. WASHINGTON HAWTHORN
205-42 Plant from Bohlender Nurseries Company. Garden collected.
198-92 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
174-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
54-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Crataegus pinnatifida Bunge ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE HAWTHORN
315-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected near Vladivostok, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
121-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
472-84 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Kamenushka in the Ussuri region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: in sylva frondosa.
Crataegus pringlei Sarg. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PRINGLE'S HAWTHORN
449-2006 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected.
Crataegus pruinosa (H.L.Wendl.) K.Koch ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. FROSTED HAWTHORN
69-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
481-85 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Forest Glen Preserve near Westville, Vermilion County, Illinois.
Crataegus succulenta Link ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. FLESHY HAWTHORN
1814-24 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
450-86 Seed from Ken Konsis, Forest Glen County Preserve. Wild collected by unknown, Westville County, Illinois. Habitat: from trees in Beech-Maple forest.
215-89 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
23-90 Seed from University of Guelph Arboretum. Wild collected, Middlesex County, Ontario Province, Canada.
Crataegus viridis L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. GREEN HAWTHORN
212-81 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Dunklin County, Missouri.
Crocus ancyrensis 'Golden Bunch' (HERBACEOUS) IRIDACEAE - IRIS FAMILY
USDA 7. GOLDEN BUNCH ANKARA CROCUS
352-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Crocus biflorus 'Miss Vain' (HERBACEOUS) IRIDACEAE - IRIS FAMILY
USDA 4. MISS VAIN SCOTCH CROCUS, MISS VAIN TWO-FLOWERED CROCUS
353-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Crocus chrysanthus 'Ard Schenk' (HERBACEOUS) IRIDACEAE - IRIS FAMILY
USDA 4. ARD SCHENK GOLDEN CROCUS
354-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Crocus sieberi 'Tricolor' (HERBACEOUS) IRIDACEAE - IRIS FAMILY
USDA 7. TRICOLOR SIEBER'S CROCUS
356-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
1022-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Cydonia oblonga Mill. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. QUINCE
146-59 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences of Turkmen SSR. Garden collected.
590-64 Seed from H. H. Shinnick. Garden collected.
236-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
282-86 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cyperus prolifer Lam. (HERBACEOUS) CYPERACEAE - SEDGE FAMILY
USDA 7 - 11. DWARF PAPYRUS, MINIATURE PAPYRUS
345-2006 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Cytisus austriacus L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. AUSTRIAN BROOM
72-89 Seed from Agrobotanic Garden of the University of Agricultural Sciences Department of Botany. Wild collected, Hungary.
Cytisus decumbens (Durande) Spach FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. PROSTRATE BROOM
179-85 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l`Universite et de la Ville. Wild collected Courvieres, Doubs Department, France.
Cytisus hirsutus L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. HAIRY BROOM
363-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. SCOTS BROOM
291-94 Seed from Conservatoire et Jardins Botaniques de Nancy. Wild collected at la Combe, Le Valtin, Vosges Department, France.
81-95 Seed from Botanischer Garten, Section Biowissenschaften, Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg. Wild collected at Eibenstock, Saxony State, Federal Republic of Germany.
Cytisus sessilifolius L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 7. SESSILE-LEAVED BROOM
374-2001 Seed from Ministere de l'Agriculture de la Peche E.N.G.R.E.F. Arboretum National des Barres. Wild collected by unknown, Isere Department, France.
Cytisus supinus L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 7. CLUSTERED BROOM
521-79 Seed from Agrobotanic Garden of the University of Agricultural Sciences Department of Botany. Wild collected near Godollo, Pest County, Hungary.
358-81 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected near Godollo, Pest County, Hungary.
Daphne alpina L. THYMELAEACEAE - MEZEREUM FAMILY
USDA 5. ALPINE DAPHNE
670-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
252-99 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l`Universite et de la Ville. From plant of known wild origin collected by unknown in Franche-Comte region near Besancon, France.
Daphne giraldii Nitsche THYMELAEACEAE - MEZEREUM FAMILY
USDA 6. GIRALDI'S DAPHNE
309-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in brown silty soil along a rocky bank.
Decumaria barbara L. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 7. WOOD VAMP, CLIMBING-HYDRANGEA
695-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected along Mill Creek Road, Chattahooche National Forest, Murray County, Georgia. Habitat: 60-90 deg. se-facing slope with 1/2day sun.
Deutzia glabrata Komar. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. DEUTZIA
180-90 Seed from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by Holden Arboretum along a forestry road near Kariwang San, Kangwon-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: Quercus-Acer-Sorbus forest.
39-95 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Wild collected by unknown in Mt. Changbai area, Hong shi forest area, 40 km. east of Changbai Mountain Research Station (& Erdaobeihe town), Antu County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: primeval temperate orohemiboreal Abies nephrolepis, Acer, Pinus Koraiensis, Populus, Tilia forest at sm. rivulet.
Deutzia gracilis Siebold & Zucc. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SLENDER DEUTZIA
370-81 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
596-2004 Plant from Hopewell Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Deutzia grandiflora Bunge HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. EARLY DEUTZIA
596-80 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Peking, China (Zhonghua).
318-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: s-sw steep embankment just above the stream among rocks.
362-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Zhaung Ke (Old Village), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: nw facing slope in understory along path edge.
Deutzia x lemoinei 'Compacta' HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 4. COMPACT LEMOINE'S DEUTZIA, DWARF LEMOINE'S DEUTZIA
863-65 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
642-2004 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Deutzia ningpoensis Rehder HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. NINGPO DEUTZIA
325-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Deutzia parviflora Bunge HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. MONGOLIAN DEUTZIA
373-81 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
316-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected near Wuling Shan Village, Hebei Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: growing along road.
333-2000 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by at Kaimanovka village, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: mixed deciduous-evergreen forest.
Deutzia scabra Maxim. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. ROUGH-LEAVED DEUTZIA
291-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
15-97 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Kuma Town, Kamiukena-gun, west of Tokyo, Ehime Prefecture, Shikoku-chiho Region, Japan.
Deutzia schneideriana Rehder HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. SCHNEIDER'S DEUTZIA
409-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by A. N. Steward Lushan, Kiangxi Province, China (Zhonghua).
Deutzia sieboldiana Maxim. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. SIEBOLD'S DEUTZIA
61-81 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected on Tatsura Mt. on Tsushima Island, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyushu-chiho Region, Japan.
Diervilla rivularis Gatt. DIERVILLACEAE - BUSH-HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. GEORGIA BUSH-HONEYSUCKLE
114-91 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected by R. Nicholson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University near parking lot for Cloudland Canyon State Park, Dade County, Georgia. Habitat: full sun, pine woods margin, cliff face.
Diervilla sessilifolia Buckley DIERVILLACEAE - BUSH-HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. SOUTHERN BUSH-HONEYSUCKLE
294-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected along the Appalachian Mts. Trail to Craggy Dome off of the Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina. Habitat: exposed bald.
Diospyros virginiana L. EBENACEAE - EBONY FAMILY
USDA 5. PERSIMMON
2907-22 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1835-23 Seed from Benjamin Franklin Bush. Wild collected near Leenwood, Missouri.
727-43 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
15-69 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
212-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 5 miles west of Manito, Tazewell County, Illinois. Habitat: Degraded sandy savannah.
216-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 2 miles west of Marblehead along the Mississippi River, Adams County, Illinois. Habitat: floodplain.
231-85 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
227-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
272-95 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Benjamin Franklin Bush near Leenwood, Missouri.
535-96 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden in picnic area of Big Oak Tree State Park, Mississippi County, Missouri. Habitat: bottomland forest.
1430-2004 Plant from Heritage Seedlings, Inc. Garden collected.
544-2005 Plant from Deeter Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
58-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Dipelta floribunda Maxim. LINNAEACEAE - TWINFLOWER FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE BUSH-HONEYSUCKLE
297-88 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Diphylleia cymosa Michx. (HERBACEOUS) BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 7. AMERICAN UMBRELLALEAF
649-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected along NC state highway 215 in Pisgah National Forest, Haywood County, North Carolina. Habitat: 45-60 deg e-facing mesic mtn. slope in gritty loam over rock, sharply drained, thick organic/moss layer over rock.
Dorycnium suffruticosum Vill. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 8. CANARY-CLOVER
184-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
Dryopteris affinis (Lowe) Fraser-Jenk. (HERBACEOUS) DRYOPTERIDACEAE - WOOD FERN FAMILY
USDA 6. GOLDEN-SCALE MALE FERN
162-2000 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
234-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
805-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Dryopteris crassirhizoma Nakai (HERBACEOUS) DRYOPTERIDACEAE - WOOD FERN FAMILY
USDA 6. THICK-ROOTED WOOD FERN, THICKROOT WOOD FERN
159-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Echinacea 'Art's Pride' Patent 15090 (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 5. ORANGE MEADOWBRITEÔ
264-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Echinacea pallida (Nutt.) Nutt. (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 5. PALE PURPLE CONEFLOWER, PALE ECHINACEA, PALE-FLOWER ECHINACEA
14-2003 Seed from Shaw Nature Reserve of the Missouri Botanical Garden (formerly Shaw Arboretum of the Missouri Botanical Garden). Wild collected, Newton County, Arkansas.
499-2007 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
520-2007 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
95-2010 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
350-2010 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Ehretia thyrsiflora (Siebold & Zucc.) Nakai BORAGINACEAE - BORAGE FAMILY
USDA 7. HELIOTROPE EHRETIA
28-81 Seed from Hangzhou Botanic Garden and Herbarium. Unknown collected.
Elaeagnus multiflora Thunb. ELAEAGNACEAE - OLEASTER FAMILY
USDA 6. CHERRY-OLIVE
303-51 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
869-61 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
240-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Eleocharis R.Br. (HERBACEOUS) CYPERACEAE - SEDGE FAMILY
USDA 3 - 11. SPIKE-RUSH, SPIKE-SEDGE
1393-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Eleutherococcus divaricatus (Siebold & Zucc.) Seem. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 6. SPRAWLING SHRUB-GINSENG
130-92 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Eleutherococcus henryi Oliv. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 6. HENRY'S SHRUB-GINSENG
2985-22 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
62-24 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Universitat Bonn. Garden collected.
227-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Eleutherococcus senticosus Rupr. & Maxim. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 3. SIBERIAN SHRUB-GINSENG
481-37 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
225-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
268-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected in the Feng lin Preserve in the Wu ying division of the town of Yichun, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: understory of korean pine forest.
300-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Fen Ling Preserve, Y. Wuying, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua).
Eleutherococcus sessiliflorus (Rupr. & Maxim.) S.Y.Hu ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 4. GLOBE-FLOWERED SHRUB-GINSENG
2989-22 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
306-23 Seed from Joseph Hers. Wild collected, China (Zhonghua).
307-83 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected in the Ussuri region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
299-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
410-94 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph Hers, China (Zhonghua).
Eleutherococcus sieboldianus (Makino) Koidz. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 5. SIEBOLD'S SHRUB-GINSENG
677-39 Cutting from Polish Academy of Sciences Insitute of Dendrology Arboretum. Garden collected.
430-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
611-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Eleutherococcus sieboldianus 'Variegatus' ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 4. VARIEGATED SIEBOLD'S SHRUB-GINSENG
274-94 Plant from Fertile Delta Garden Center. Garden collected.
Eleutherococcus spinosus (L.f.) S.Y.Hu ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 5. SPINY SHRUB-GINSENG
442-96 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected around Oshimo-Mura near Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Eleutherococcus wardii (W.W.Sm.) S.Y.Hu ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 6. WARD'S SHRUB-GINSENG
228-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson site not noted, China (Zhonghua).
198-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson site not noted, China (Zhonghua).
358-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Elsholtzia stauntonii Benth. LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 5. MINT SHRUB
592-34 Seed from New York Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
237-68 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
17-2000 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected in Beijing, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua).
Empetrum hermaphroditum (Lange) Hagerup EMPETRACEAE - CROWBERRY FAMILY
USDA 3. BLACK CROWBERRY
266-2001 Seed from Agder Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden. Wild collected at Asen, Iveland District, Aust-Agder County, Norway. Habitat: in Pinus sylvestris forest.
Ephedra distachya L. EPHEDRACEAE - JOINT FIR FAMILY
USDA 3. EUROPEAN JOINT-FIR
623-79 Seed from Main Botanical Garden. Wild collected, Crimean Region, Ukrainian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Ephedra equisetina Bunge EPHEDRACEAE - JOINT FIR FAMILY
USDA 7. JOINT-FIR
609-80 Seed from Main Botanical Garden. Wild collected Tadjikistan, Kirgizia, U.S.S.R.
Ephedra gerardiana Wall. EPHEDRACEAE - JOINT FIR FAMILY
USDA 7. JOINT-FIR
208-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Tadjik State University. Garden collected.
Ephedra intermedia Schrenk ex C.A.Mey. EPHEDRACEAE - JOINT FIR FAMILY
USDA 6. JOINT-FIR
40-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Botanical Institute. Wild collected site not noted, U.S.S.R.
Ephedra viridis Coville EPHEDRACEAE - JOINT FIR FAMILY
USDA 9. MORMON-TEA
16-81 Seed from State Arboretum of Utah. Wild collected, Utah/Arizona.
367-86 Seed from Denver Botanic Gardens, Inc. Wild collected by unknown in the Rabbit Mountains, Utah.
Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten' (HERBACEOUS) BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 8. FROHNLEITEN BARRENWORT
205-99 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
231-2001 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
501-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Epimedium pubigerum (DC.) Morren & Decne. (HERBACEOUS) BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. CAUCASUS BARRENWORT
364-99 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Garden collected.
Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' (HERBACEOUS) BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. YELLOW BARRENWORT
248-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
358-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
615-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
206-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
736-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
280-U Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Euonymus americanus L. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. STRAWBERRY-BUSH
169-84 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark 0.3 mi NNE of Grays Arch, Daniel Boone National Forest, Powell County, Kentucky. Habitat: in mesic-oak-hickory forest above a trib.to King Branch.
536-96 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden in Corkwood Natural History Area, west of Neelyville along state highway 142, Butler County, Missouri. Habitat: understory in rich bottomland woods.
Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. WAHOO, AMERICAN BURNING BUSH, EASTERN BURNING BUSH, AMERICAN WAHOO
561-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 5 mi. SSW of Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois.
89-83 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, St. Genevieve County, Missouri.
1146-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected in Mark Twain National Forest, Hwy F, Barry County, Missouri. Habitat: riverine, soil silty clay, 1-5% se-slope.
Euonymus bungeanus Maxim. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. MANCHURIAN SPINDLE TREE
297-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Dorsett & Morse in former Chihli Province, Hebei Province, China (Zhonghua).
366-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Zhaung Ke (Old Village), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: open sunny heavily disturbed location along gravel road.
61-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Euonymus cornutus Hemsl. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 9. BEAKED SPINDLE TREE
877-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Bai Long Jiang Forest Station / Ge'er Gou, Zhou Qu Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: steep ravine/gorge with e-running stream, mesic mixed decid/conif forest on 80 deg s-slope on thin soil.
Euonymus europaeus L. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 3. SPINDLE TREE
95-82 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected Tessin, Switzerland.
Euonymus hamiltonianus Wall. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 6. HIMALAYAN SPINDLE TREE
1120-36 Seed from Botanic Garden. Garden collected.
503-37 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
116-88 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected Sowon Myon, South Ch'ungch'ong Province, Republic of Korea.
Euonymus latifolius (L.) Mill. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 6. BROAD-LEAVED SPINDLE TREE
182-77 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
15-98 Seed from Botanicki vrt PMF-a. Wild collected at Ravna gora, Croatia.
Euonymus macropterus Rupr. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. SPINDLE TREE
712-36 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
330-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected along Yalu River, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on rocky 30 degree northwest slope along road.
40-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Akagi Village north of Tokyo, Seta County, Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
Euonymus nanus var. turkestanicus (Dieck) Krysht. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 2. DWARF EUONYMUS
228-82 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected western Tien Shan in central Asia, U.S.S.R.
Euonymus obovatus Nutt. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 3. RUNNING STRAWBERRY-BUSH
460-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
172-82 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark along west fork of Pigeon River, Haywood County, North Carolina. Habitat: Cove forest.
477-86 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Richard R. Wason, Allegan County, Michigan.
179-88 Plant from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected site not noted, Illinois.
317-2000 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. From plant of known wild origin collected in southworth Woods, Ingham County, Michigan. Habitat: mesic southern forest.
650-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected along NC state highway 215 in Pisgah National Forest, Haywood County, North Carolina. Habitat: 60 deg. e-facing mesic mtn. slope in gritty loam over rock, sharply drained, thick organic/moss layer over rock.
102-2010 Layer from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ross C. Clark along west fork of Pigeon River, Haywood County, North Carolina. Habitat: Cove forest.
Euonymus occidentalis Nutt. ex Torr. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 6. WESTERN BURNING BUSH
200-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected Willamette Valley, Oregon.
Euonymus oxyphyllus Miq. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. SHARP-LEAVED EUONYMUS
4-98 Seed from Peter Podaras. Wild collected by Heronswood/Cobblewood 1997 Japan/Korea Expedition Heronswood Nursery, Ltd. in valley near Jingdong village, Kangwon-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: along streambank.
27-2001 Seed from Chollipo Arboretum. Wild collected on Mt. Chiri, North Cholla Province, Republic of Korea.
1037-2004 Plant from The Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by March, Yinger, Bristol, Meyer, Chang, 1984 KNW Expedition east of Chunghwa Dong village, half way to Changchon where mountain road turns north toward Yonji Dong, Paekryong Is., Paekryong-myon, Ongjin Gun, Kyonggi-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: e-facing cut-over slope above rice paddies.
Euonymus pauciflorus Maxim. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. FEW-FLOWERED SPINDLE TREE
267-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected in the Feng lin Preserve in the Wu ying division of the town of Yichun, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: understory and edge of upland korean pine forest.
325-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in moist valley only; woodland understory.
19-96 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in moist valley only; woodland understory.
Euonymus phellomanus Loes. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. CORKY EUONYMUS
3-37 Seed from F. Stern. Garden collected.
242-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Joseph F. Rock Maha Ku and Nyibaku Divide, Ha Tebbu land, China (Zhonghua).
Euonymus planipes (Koehne) Koehne CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 4. EAST ASIAN SPINDLE TREE
317-99 Seed from Botanic Garden, Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University. Garden collected.
Euonymus przewalskii Maxim. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 6. TIBETAN SPINDLE TREE
381-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Mu Chang (Big Trunk Field), Baihua Shan Forest Preserve, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: shaded understory on a west slope among boulders.
Euonymus sachalinensis (F.Schmidt) Maxim. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 6. SACHALIN ISLAND SPINDLE TREE
284-99 Seed from Willowwood Arboretum. Garden collected.
Euonymus sanguineus Loes. ex Diels CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 6. RED-TWIGGED SPINDLE TREE
325-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected Ling Kong Shan Zhen, Qinyan County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mesic oak-pine mixed deciduous forest at top of 80 deg. s-facing slope in thin rocky soil.
Euonymus verrucosus Scop. CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 6. WARTY BURNING BUSH
243-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected under Mt. Alan peak, south Velebit, Croatia Republic, Yugoslavia.
Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fens Ruby' (HERBACEOUS) EUPHORBIACEAE - SPURGE FAMILY
USDA 4. FENS RUBY CYPRESS SPURGE
194-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Euptelea pleiosperma Hook.f. & Thomson TROCHODENDRACEAE - TROCHODENDRON FAMILY
USDA 6. FATHER DAVID'S EUPTELEA, EUPTELEA, MANY SEEDED EUPTELEA
874-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Bai Long Jiang Forest Station / Ge'er Gou, Zhou Qu Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic mixed conif./decid. forest in ne-facing valley with steep slopes, long cool ravine/gorge, thin rocky soil.
Evodia daniellii (Benn.) Hemsl. RUTACEAE - RUE FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN EVODIA
645-35 Seed from New York Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
374-2002 Seed from Arbor Lodge State Historical Park. Garden collected.
Fagus grandifolia Ehrh. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 3. AMERICAN BEECH
169-37 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
242-44 Plant from Thomas B. Meehan Co. Garden collected.
654-50 Plant from Evergreen Nursery Co., Inc. Garden collected.
252-57 Plant from James B. Plesscher & Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
184-63 Plant from Evergreen Nursery Co., Inc. Wild collected near Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin.
807-65 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Roy M. Nordine on property of Mr. Wm. Werts near Ephriam, Door County, Wisconsin. Habitat: Woods.
3-68 Plant from Linderman's Chesterton Nurseries. Garden collected.
54-69 Plant from Linderman's Chesterton Nurseries. Garden collected.
61-72 Plant from Linderman's Chesterton Nurseries. Garden collected.
516-75 Plant from Linderman's Chesterton Nurseries. Garden collected.
61-90 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Fagus grandifolia var. caroliniana (Loudon) Fernald & Rehder FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. SOUTHERN AMERICAN BEECH
26-2006 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected 8-10 miles NW of Woodville on Highway 287, Tyler County, Texas.
Fagus sylvatica 'Dawyck Purple' FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. DAWYCK PURPLE EUROPEAN BEECH
510-2004 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
287-2006 Plant from Listerman & Associates, Inc. Garden collected.
Fagus sylvatica 'Pendula' FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING EUROPEAN BEECH
4-53 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
259-61 Plant from Horton Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
165-69 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Festuca glauca 'Elijah Blue' (HERBACEOUS) POACEAE (GRAMINEAE) - GRASS FAMILY
USDA 4 - 11. ELIJAH BLUE HARD FESCUE
528-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
750-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
835-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Filipendula rubra (Hill) B.L.Rob. (HERBACEOUS) ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. QUEEN OF THE PRAIRIE, PRAIRIE MEADOWSWEET
816-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
922-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
382-U Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Chicago Region, Illinois. Habitat: prairie.
Fontanesia fortunei Carriere OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. FALSE PRIVET
632-22 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
278-48 Plant from Burton's Hill Top Nurseries (Hill Top Nurseries). Garden collected.
947-60 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
64-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Forestiera acuminata (Michx.) Poir. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. SWAMP-PRIVET
277-22 Cutting from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1653-25 Seed from Central Experimental Farm Botanical Garden and Arboretum Ottawa Research Station, Ornamentals Section. Garden collected.
536-28 Plant from Ernest J. Palmer. Wild collected near Neck City, Missouri.
370-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest J. Palmer near Neck City, Missouri.
209-84 Layer from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Cass County, Illinois. Habitat: mesic bottomland forest.
Forestiera ligustrina (Michx.) Poir. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. UPLAND FORESTIERA
328-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Roy M. Nordine from Cedar Glade Barrens, 10 miles south of Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee.
340-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Roy M. Nordine from Cedar Glade Barrens, 10 miles south of Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee.
Forestiera neo-mexicana Gray OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. DESERT-OLIVE
360-72 Seed from Research Institute of Ecology and Botany Hungarian Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
443-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
153-94 Seed from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. From plant of known wild origin collected along Hwy 141 near Uravan, Montrose County, Colorado.
Forsythia suspensa (Thunb.) Vahl OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING FORSYTHIA, FORSYTHIA, GOLDENBELLS, WEEPING GOLDENBELLS
80-96 Plant from W. A. Gustafson, Ph.D., University of Nebraska, Department of Horticulture. Wild collected northern part, China (Zhonghua).
Forsythia viridissima var. koreana 'Suwan Gold' OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. SUWAN GOLD KOREAN FORSYTHIA
154-2004 Plant from Spring Meadow Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Frangula purshiana (DC.) J.G.Cooper RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 7. CASCARA BUCKTHORN, CASCARA SAGRADA, CHITTAMBARK, WESTERN BUCKTHORN
959-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along the Lochsa River in Star Meadows, Idaho County, Idaho. Habitat: wet meadow edge.
208-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Edward Hedborn along the Lochsa River in Star Meadows, Idaho County, Idaho. Habitat: wet meadow edge.
477-2006 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Edward Hedborn along the Lochsa River in Star Meadows, Idaho County, Idaho. Habitat: wet meadow edge.
Fraxinus americana var. biltmoreana (Beadle) J.Wright ex Fernald OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 3. BILTMORE ASH
675-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected near bank of French Broad River at the intersection with Blue Ridge Parkway, on Biltmore Estate, Buncombe County, North Carolina. Habitat: sw exposure in full sun on river bank.
Fraxinus americana 'Tures' OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 4. WINDY CITYÔ
547-96 Plant from Hinsdale Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. NARROW-LEAVED ASH
209-71 Seed from Johannes Guttenberg-Universitat Mainz. Garden collected.
171-76 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Garden collected.
Fraxinus anomala Torr. ex S.Watson OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. SINGLE-LEAVED ASH, DWARF ASH, SINGLELEAF ASH, UTAH ASH
499-85 Seed from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Mesa County, Colorado. Habitat: On limestone..
Fraxinus bungeana DC. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE FLOWERING ASH
51-2008 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Fraxinus caroliniana Mill. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. CAROLINA ASH
54-85 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Winn County, Louisiana.
Fraxinus chinensis Roxb. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE ASH
514-57 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Garden collected.
398-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Guang Ri Tuo (Hill Where Sunrise is Seen), Xiao Long Meng Forest Preserve, Dongling Shan, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: roadside in drainage ditch in full sun.
Fraxinus chinensis ssp. rhynchophylla (Hance) E.Murray OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. KOREAN ASH
581-50 Seed from Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. Wild collected, Akita Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
758-57 Plant from Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. Wild collected by Tsuruoka Dist. Ofc., Tsuruoka National Forest Tsuruoka National Forest, Akita Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
420-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian State University. Wild collected Partizansk District, Mount Czandalaz (now called Lazov ridge), Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: mountains.
315-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected near Wuling Shan village, Hebei Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: e-facing shear cliff on ledge in poor gravelly soils.
358-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Zhaung Ke (Old Village), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun in stream-deposited dry, well-drained, soils.
598-2006 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected, Akita Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
Fraxinus latifolia Benth. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 7. OREGON ASH
144-94 Seed from Hoyt Arboretum. Wild collected in northwestern section, Oregon.
Fraxinus nigra Marshall OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 7. BLACK ASH
625-61 Plant from E. L. Kammerer, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Marcellus, Cass County, Michigan.
90-85 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Wild collected Trout Park, Elgin, Illinois.
188-86 Plant from Environmental Collaborative. Garden collected.
110-89 Plant from Environmental Collaborative. Garden collected.
Fraxinus ornus L. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. FLOWERING ASH, MANNA, MANNA ASH
19-77 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected Vinac near Jajce, Bosnia and Hercegovina Republic, Yugoslavia.
692-79 Seed from Hortus Botanicus 'Soroksarensis' Universitatis Hortuculturae Alimentario-Technieaque. Wild collected near Csakvar, Fejer County, Hungary. Habitat: solo calcareo.
730-80 Seed from Hortus Botanicus 'Soroksarensis' Universitatis Hortuculturae Alimentario-Technieaque. Wild collected Bakonyicum, Vesprimense, Csakvar, Fejer County, Hungary. Habitat: solo calcareo.
Fraxinus oxycarpa Willd. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. PERSIAN ASH
135-72 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Garden collected.
220-76 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected near Caplina, Bosnia and Hercegovina Republic, Yugoslavia.
265-2000 Seed from Orto Botanico dell'Universita Botanical Garden of the University of Siena. Wild collected by unknown C/o il bivio per Campagnatico, Grosseto Province, Italy. Habitat: in mixed woods.
Fraxinus pallisae Wilmott OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. BALKAN ASH
531-83 Seed from Gradina Botanica a Universitatii din Bucuresti. Wild collected Caraorman, Tulcea District, Romania.
Fraxinus paxiana Lingelsh. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. PAX'S ASH, PAX ASH
34-93 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Emei and in Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mixed forest.
Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marshall OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 3. RED ASH
385-48 Graft from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
386-48 Graft from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
904-50 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
736-55 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
432-72 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
552-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn about 2 miles south of Plano, Kendall County, Illinois. Habitat: Along a river road.
188-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Fraxinus sogdiana Bunge OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. TURKESTAN ASH
177-84 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Kirghiz Academy of Science. Wild collected site not noted, U.S.S.R.
Fraxinus syriaca Boiss. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. SYRIAN ASH
646-72 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Fraxinus texensis (Gray) Sarg. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 7. TEXAS ASH
55-85 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Murray County, Oklahoma.
504-99 Plant from Sunshine Nursery. Wild collected near Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto County, Oklahoma.
Fraxinus tomentosa F.Michx. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. PUMPKIN ASH
122-31 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
355-33 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Charles C. Deam, Jackson County, Indiana.
1193-38 Plant from University of Kentucky. Garden collected.
390-48 Graft from Deam Arboretum. Garden collected.
90-83 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Dunklin County, Missouri.
310-86 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
44-94 Seed from Metropolitan Toronto Zoo. Wild collected, Essex County, Ontario Province, Canada. Habitat: at edge of wet woods.
Gaillardia 'Tokayer' (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 4. TOKAJER BLANKET FLOWER
170-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Gaylussacia baccata (Wangenh.) K.Koch ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. HUCKLEBERRY
57-81 Plant from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected, Schuyler County, Illinois. Habitat: acidic clay over decomposed sandstone road.
Genista germanica L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. GERMAN BROOM
137-85 Seed from Botanika Zahrada University P.J. Safarika. Wild collected Eucarpaticum, Czechoslovakia.
Genista pilosa L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. BROOM
568-80 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Haute-Savoie Department, France.
Genista radiata (L.) Scop. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. BROOM
459-79 Seed from Provincia di Pesaro e Urbino Centro Ricerche Floristiche Marche. Wild collected southwest of M. Catria, Marche Region, Italy. Habitat: rockers calcaires sur le versaant.
Genista sagittalis L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. ARROW BROOM
140-99 Seed from Agrobotanic Garden of the University of Agricultural Sciences Department of Botany. Garden collected.
Genista tinctoria L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. DYER'S GREENWEED, DYER'S BROOM, WOADWAXEN, WOODWAXEN
138-85 Seed from Botanika Zahrada University P.J. Safarika. Wild collected Praecarpaticum, Czechoslovakia.
117-2001 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected by M. Widrlechner, U.S.D.A., Agricultural Research Service, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station across from the local forestry office, southwest edge of Okhtyrka, Sumy, Ukraine. Habitat: full sun, 0-1% slope with an eastern exposure, well drained sand.
118-2001 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected by M. Widrlechner, U.S.D.A., Agricultural Research Service, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station near Poltava northwest of Klishchevka in the valley of the Ps'ol River, Ukraine. Habitat: open meadow/steppe, full sun, 0-1% slope, sandy loam soil with good drainage.
Geranium x magnificum Hyl. (HERBACEOUS) GERANIACEAE - GERANIUM FAMILY
USDA 5. MAGNIFICENT GERANIUM
436-2001 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
725-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
817-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Ginkgo biloba 'Magyar' GINKGOACEAE - GINKGO FAMILY
USDA 3. MAGYAR GINKGO
207-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Ginkgo biloba 'Pendula' GINKGOACEAE - GINKGO FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING GINKGO
1285-2004 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
18-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Gleditsia aquatica Marshall FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. WATER-LOCUST
432-54 Graft from Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Garden collected.
5-93 Seed from Tom Dilatush. Wild collected along the Lower Cache River, Johnson County, Illinois. Habitat: river bottoms.
6-93 Seed from Tom Dilatush. Wild collected in the vicinity of Mingo National Wildlife Refuge, near Puxico, Stoddard County, Missouri.
7-93 Seed from Tom Dilatush. Wild collected in the northwest corner of the county, Stoddard County, Missouri.
Gleditsia caspica Desf. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. CASPIAN-LOCUST
163-73 Seed from Central Republic Botanical Garden of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
176-91 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Gleditsia delavayi Franch. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 8. DELAVAY-LOCUST
425-74 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
Gleditsia japonica Miq. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE-LOCUST
311-29 Plant from Charles C. Deam. Garden collected.
283-71 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l'Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg. Garden collected.
Gleditsia sinensis Lam. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE-LOCUST
294-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: temperate region of N and NW China.
Gleditsia x texana Sarg. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. TEXAS-LOCUST
427-74 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
Gleditsia triacanthos L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 3. HONEY-LOCUST
2537-23 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
445-82 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg west bank of the Du Page River, Will County, Illinois. Habitat: riverbank.
68-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Gleditsia triacanthos 'Imperial' Patent 1605 FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 4. IMPERIAL HONEY-LOCUST
368-56 Plant from William H. Collins, The Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
124-57 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
373-58 Plant from William H. Collins, The Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
84-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
1061-2004 Plant from Valley Crest Landscape Development. Garden collected.
Gleditsia triacanthos 'Skyline' Patent 1619 FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 4. SKYLINE HONEY-LOCUST
367-56 Plant from William H. Collins, The Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
374-58 Plant from William H. Collins, The Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
1092-2004 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
418-2005 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
372-2007 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Globularia cordifolia L. GLOBULARIACEAE - GLOBULARIA FAMILY
USDA 5. GLOBE-DAISY
173-84 Seed from Jardin de la Station Alpine du Lautaret (Hautes-Alpes) Laboratoire de Botanique. Wild collected Lantreat, France.
Grewia biloba var. parviflora (Bunge) Hand.-Mazz. TILIACEAE - LINDEN FAMILY
USDA 6. SMALL-FLOWERED GREWIA
245-47 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Garden collected.
360-56 Plant from Burton's Hill Top Nurseries (Hill Top Nurseries). Garden collected.
551-96 Seed from Magnolia Society c/o Mr. Ray Tessmer, seed chairman. Wild collected around Chollipo, Sowon-Myon, Taean-Gun, South Ch'ungch'ong Province, Republic of Korea.
Halesia tetraptera Ellis STYRACACEAE - STORAX FAMILY
USDA 5. SILVERBELL, CAROLINA SILVERBELL
476-30 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
39-32 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
259-32 Seed from F. W. Schumacher. Garden collected.
565-39 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Garden collected.
177-41 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
238-57 Plant from Harlan P. Kelsey Nursery Co. Garden collected.
684-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected along French Broad River near intersection of Fanning Melds and Fanning Bridge Roads, Henderson County, North Carolina. Habitat: full sun, scrub, silt loam, thick organic layer.
594-2005 Plant from Moon Nurseries of Maryland. Garden collected.
Halimodendron halodendron (L.) Voss FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 2. SALT TREE
260-60 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Central Asia, U.S.S.R.
724-80 Seed from Main Botanical Garden of Kazakh Academy of Sciences. Wild collected, Kazakh S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
210-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Tadjik State University. Wild collected, U.S.S.R.
Hamamelis vernalis 'Sandra' HAMAMELIDACEAE - WITCH-HAZEL FAMILY
USDA 5. SANDRA VERNAL WITCH-HAZEL, SANDRA OZARK WITCH-HAZEL, SANDRA SPRING WITCH-HAZEL
306-2003 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
1010-2004 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Hedera helix L. ARALIACEAE - GINSENG FAMILY
USDA 5. IVY, ENGLISH IVY
113-42 Plant from Wayside Gardens. Garden collected.
1193-55 Cutting from Gulf Stream Nursery. Garden collected.
417-65 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected Camp Sagawaw County Forest Preserve near Archer Ave. and Rt. 83. Habitat: n-facing slope in woodland.
845-80 Cutting from Helen Tarr. Garden collected.
422-86 Plant from Planter's Palette. Garden collected.
408-96 Plant from Classic Groundcovers. Garden collected.
74-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Helianthemum nummularium ssp. grandiflorum Scop. CISTACEAE - ROCKROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. SUN-ROSE, LARGE-FLOWERED SUN-ROSE
194-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Karl-Marx-Universitat. Garden collected.
257-83 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Male Sejfy, Slovensky Raj, West Slovakia Region, Slovak S.S.R., Czechoslovakia.
258-83 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Male Karpaty, Prievaly, West Slovakia Region, Slovak S.S.R., Czechoslovakia.
Hemerocallis dumortieri C.Morren (HERBACEOUS) HEMEROCALLIDACEAE - DAYLILY FAMILY
USDA 4. DUMORTIER'S DAYLILY
359-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in open meadow along stream and especially on drier slopes (30 degree west slopes).
Hemerocallis thunbergii Baker (HERBACEOUS) HEMEROCALLIDACEAE - DAYLILY FAMILY
USDA 4. THUNBERG'S DAYLILY, LATE YELLOW DAYLILY
337-2003 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition at Da Mu Chang (Big Trunk Field), Baihua Shan Forest Preserve, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun, open meadows on top of hills.
938-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Hemiptelea davidii (Hance) Planch. ULMACEAE - ELM FAMILY
USDA 5. HEMIPTELEA
1317-58 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
444-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Hibiscus syriacus L. MALVACEAE - MALLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. ROSE-OF-SHARON, SHRUBBY ALTHEA
237-78 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l'Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg. Garden collected.
175-83 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Garden collected.
Hippophae rhamnoides L. ELAEAGNACEAE - OLEASTER FAMILY
USDA 3. SEA-BUCKTHORN
272-78 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Sary Chelec Pres. Kirgizskiy Khrebet of W.Tien Shan Mts., Kirghiz S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
304-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in an open disturbed area near a creek.
183-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum in lowland along the Katun River a few kilometers from the city of Bisk, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: in sandy soil near river.
Holboellia fargesii Reaub. LARDIZABALACEAE - LARDIZABALA FAMILY
USDA 9. FARGES HOLBOELLIA
516-99 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected Qinling Mountains, China (Zhonghua).
Holodiscus discolor (Pursh) Maxim. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. OCEAN SPRAY
209-87 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Kris Bachtell Sequoia Bay State Park, a few miles east of Sequoia along U.S. 101, Clallam County, Washington. Habitat: roadside.
Hovenia dulcis Thunb. RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 6. RAISIN TREE
528-79 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
347-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected Shu Pi Gou, Mang He Zhen, Yang Cheng Xian County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic mixed deciduous forest in shady 30 deg. n-facing slope in rich organic soil.
Hydrangea heteromalla D.Don HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. HIMALAYAN HYDRANGEA
338-86 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Hydrangea involucrata Siebold HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 7. HYDRANGEA
210-98 Plant from W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, Michigan State University. Garden collected.
211-98 Plant from W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, Michigan State University. Garden collected.
Hydrangea macrophylla (Thunb.) Ser. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. BIG-LEAVED HYDRANGEA, FRENCH HYDRANGEA
254-2005 Plant from Kris Bachtell, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Lamb' Patent ppaf HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 3. LITTLE LAMB PANICLED HYDRANGEA
157-2004 Plant from Spring Meadow Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Hydrangea petiolaris Siebold & Zucc. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. CLIMBING HYDRANGEA
294-82 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
119-87 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
198-90 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
5-98 Seed from Peter Podaras. Wild collected by Heronswood/Cobblewood 1997 Japan/Korea Expedition Heronswood Nursery, Ltd. around Lake Towado, Aomori Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan. Habitat: along roadside.
300-2004 Plant from Hortech. Garden collected.
734-2005 Plant from Intrinsic Perennial Gardens. Garden collected.
Hydrangea quercifolia 'Sikes Dwarf' HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SIKES DWARF OAK-LEAVED HYDRANGEA
160-98 Plant from Spring Meadow Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
250-2001 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snow Queen' Patent 4458 HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SNOW QUEEN OAK-LEAVED HYDRANGEA
53-90 Plant from Wayside Gardens. Garden collected.
433-96 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
145-2000 Plant from Fairview Gardens, Inc. Garden collected.
536-2004 Plant from David Listerman & Associates. Garden collected.
604-2005 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
615-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
772-2005 Plant from Scarff's Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Hydrangea scandens (L.f.) Ser. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 9.
70-2002 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected on Mt. Akagi, Kitatachibana village, Seta-gun (county), Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
235-2002 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected on Mt. Akagi, Kitatachibana village, Seta-gun (county), Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
Hylotelephium populifolium (Pall.) H.Ohba CRASSULACEAE - ORPINE FAMILY
USDA 2. POPLAR-LEAVED STONECROP, POPLAR STONECROP
251-2002 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Hypericum kalmianum L. HYPERICACEAE (GUTTIFERAE) - SAINT JOHN'S WORT FAMILY
USDA 5. KALM'S ST. JOHN'S WORT
280-97 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Illinois Beach State Park, Lake County, Illinois.
366-2002 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
673-2004 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
1322-2004 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
Hypericum pyramidatum Aiton (HERBACEOUS) HYPERICACEAE (GUTTIFERAE) - SAINT JOHN'S WORT FAMILY
USDA 3. GREAT ST. JOHN'S WORT
377-85 Plant from John Banazak. Wild collected 1/4 mi. north of 31st. St. and 1/4 mi. west of Wolf rd., Cook County, Illinois. Habitat: Wet prairie.
925-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Hypericum 'Sungold' Patent 568 HYPERICACEAE (GUTTIFERAE) - SAINT JOHN'S WORT FAMILY
USDA 5. SUNGOLD ST. JOHN'S WORT
701-61 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
811-2004 Plant from Shemin Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Hyssopus officinalis L. LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 5. HYSSOP
144-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Technischen Universitat Dresden. Garden collected.
215-U Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Iberis sempervirens L. BRASSICACEAE (CRUCIFERAE) - MUSTARD FAMILY
USDA 5. CANDYTUFT
113-78 Seed from Smith College. Garden collected.
Ilex aquifolium L. AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 7. ENGLISH HOLLY
148-82 Seed from Institut for dendrologi og planteskoledrift Norges landbrukshogskole (pre-1986). Wild collected by unknown Stord (Island), Hordaland County, Norway.
Ilex collina Alexander AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 6. HOLLY
188-89 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark on old road btwn. US 250 & powerline, on tributary to Shavers Fork, about 1 mile east of Cheat Mt. divide, Randolph County, West Virginia. Habitat: upland woods.
Ilex crenata Thunb. AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE HOLLY
465-84 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected at Hokkaido University Arboretum, at Teshio Forest, Toikanbetsu, Horonobe-cho, Teshio-gun, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan.
Ilex decidua Walter AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 5. POSSUM-HAW
411-25 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
368-38 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected by Ernest J. Palmer site not noted.
231-66 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
341-76 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
91-83 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, St. Francois County, Missouri.
537-96 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden in Henry Gray Wildlife Management Area, White County, Arkansas. Habitat: edge of slough.
1139-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected at Cedar Hollow Resort on Table Rock Lake, Stone County, Missouri. Habitat: oak forest edge, shallow rocky dolomite gravel in rocky crevasses ca. 2 ft. above lake water level on 1-5% n-slope.
1150-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected Nine Stone Community Land Trust, Carroll County, Arkansas. Habitat: woodland edge, prairie soil, 1-5% n-slope.
Ilex glabra (L.) Gray AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 5. INKBERRY
1200-2004 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected New Jersey Pine Barrens, along Rte. 539, Ocean County, New Jersey. Habitat: Bog.
Ilex longipes Chapm. ex Trel. AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 6 - 11. GEORGIA HOLLY
664-63 Seed from Harvey Templeton Nursery. Wild collected Sand Mt., Flat Rock, Jackson County, Alabama.
Ilex macropoda Miq. AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 6. HOLLY
131-2000 Seed from Chollipo Arboretum. Wild collected at Munsu-Ri, Mt. Chiri, Kurye County, South Cholla Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: in valley.
30-2001 Seed from Chollipo Arboretum. Wild collected on Mt. Chiri, North Cholla Province, Republic of Korea.
Ilex montana (Torr. & Gray) Gray AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 5. MOUNTAIN HOLLY, MOUNTAIN WINTERBERRY
604-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected at White Rock Campground, Jefferson National Forest, Giles County, Virginia. Habitat: mixed forest in mesic cove, 10% n-facing slope dappled shade, clay loam over shale, fair organic layer.
Ilex opaca Aiton AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 6. AMERICAN HOLLY
1-56 Seed from Joe Dvorak. Garden collected.
152-82 Plant from Liston Pennington. Garden collected.
168-84 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark in Daniel Boone National Forest on Rush Ridge south of Gray's Arch, Powell County, Kentucky. Habitat: pine-oak-heath community.
78-99 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected in Blackwater Wildlife Refuge, Dorchester County, Maryland.
Ilex opaca 'Shannon Chiles' AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 6A. SHANNON CHILES AMERICAN HOLLY
12-2001 Plant from Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest The Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation. Garden collected.
Ilex verticillata 'Winter Gold' AQUIFOLIACEAE - HOLLY FAMILY
USDA 9. WINTER GOLD COMMON WINTERBERRY
484-2004 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Indigofera kirilowii Maxim. ex Palib. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN INDIGO
183-66 Plant from Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest The Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation. Garden collected.
596-83 Sucker from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Iris dichotoma Pall. (HERBACEOUS) IRIDACEAE - IRIS FAMILY
USDA 5. VESPER IRIS
433-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected in Chang Yu Gou (Long Valley), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun on dry sites often found in cracks between boulders.
Jasminum fruticans L. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 8. EUROPEAN JASMINE
113-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences of Turkmen SSR. Wild collected in the Kopetdag mountains, Turkmen S.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: mountains.
Juglans cinerea L. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 3. BUTTERNUT, WHITE WALNUT
228-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Apple River, 1 1/2 mi. northeast of Elizabeth, Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
1-92 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by Tom Sedlacek near the DuPage River, south of Maple Avenue about 0.25 miles west of Illinois Route 53 in Lisle, Du Page County, Illinois.
234-95 Seed from Morton Arb. 1995 Iowa Seed Expedition. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn, The Morton Arboretum near Squaw and Onion Creeks on YMCA Outdoor Center adjacent to Spangler Labs, Story County, Iowa. Habitat: edge of small eroded ravine in moist woods.
608-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected on Cahas Mt., Franklin County, Virginia.
Juglans major (Torr.) A.Heller JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 9. ARIZONA WALNUT
473-32 Seed from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
614-47 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Garden collected.
Juglans mandshurica Maxim. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 5. MANCHURIAN WALNUT
44-56 Seed from Barres Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
801-57 Seed from Leningrad Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
64-59 Seed from Main Botanical Garden of Kazakh Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
911-59 Seed from Copenhagen Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
267-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
327-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Ping Shan, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along moist ravine on edge of cutover woodland.
334-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on steep rocky embankments.
371-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on rocky slopes along stream on 10 degree south slope.
Juglans microcarpa Berland. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 6. LITTLE WALNUT
373-69 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by George H. Ware from Quartz Mountain State Park, Greer County, Oklahoma.
511-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn 7 mi east of Coldwater, Comanche County, Kansas. Habitat: growing on a creek floodplain along US 160.
Juglans nigra L. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 5. BLACK WALNUT
554-29 Plant from Williard G. Bixby. Garden collected.
681-29 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
572-30 Plant from Williard G. Bixby. Garden collected.
587-30 Graft from C. C. Galloway. Garden collected.
409-32 Graft from W. A. Creitz. Garden collected.
1345-39 Plant from unknown. Unknown collected.
411-42 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
292-61 Plant from Nut Tree Nurseries. Garden collected.
643-64 Seed from Royal Botanic Gardens. Wild collected Muskoka area, Ontario Province, Canada.
207-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg East edge of Elkhart, Logan County, Illinois. Habitat: Cemetery.
552-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along Welch Road, Jo Daviess County, Illinois. Habitat: grazed pasture.
401-83 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected.
266-95 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Peter J. van der Linden along the south side of the DuPage River, on grounds of The Morton Arboretum, Du Page County, Illinois. Habitat: base of n-facing slope on upper floodplain terrace.
314-2000 Plant from Johnson's Nursery. Garden collected.
550-2005 Plant from Schichtel's Nursery. Garden collected.
78-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Juglans regia L. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 6. ENGLISH WALNUT, CARPATHIAN WALNUT, PERSIAN WALNUT, MADEIRA WALNUT
1256-58 Seed from Donald Zaun. Garden collected.
1011-59 Plant from W. E. Bacon. Garden collected by Carth in the Carpathian Mountains, Europe.
Juncus effusus L. (HERBACEOUS) JUNCACEAE - RUSH FAMILY
USDA 4. COMMON RUSH, SOFT RUSH
929-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Juniperus chinensis 'Ames' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. AMES CHINESE JUNIPER
394-48 Graft from Iowa State College. Garden collected.
331-73 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Juniperus chinensis 'Columnaris' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. COLUMNAR CHINESE JUNIPER, COLUMN CHINESE JUNIPER, UPRIGHT CHINESE JUNIPER
533-39 Plant from Siebenthaler Nursery, The Siebenthaler Co. Garden collected.
565-62 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Juniperus chinensis 'Iowa' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. IOWA CHINESE JUNIPER
427-61 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
114-2006 Plant from P.P. & O. Nursery, LLC. Garden collected.
215-2010 Plant from P.P. & O. Nursery, LLC. Garden collected.
Juniperus chinensis var. sargentii 'Viridis' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 4. GREEN SARGENT'S JUNIPER
35-74 Cutting from Callaway Gardens. Garden collected.
140-2006 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Juniperus chinensis 'Sea Green' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. SEA GREEN CHINESE JUNIPER
87-89 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Juniperus chinensis 'Shoosmith' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. SHOOSMITH CHINESE JUNIPER
605-60 Graft from Wm. T. Gotelli. Garden collected.
Juniperus communis ssp. communis CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 2. COMMON JUNIPER
112-2000 Seed from Skogis Dendrologiska Forening. Wild collected at Umea, Vasterbotten County, Sweden. Habitat: in forest.
Juniperus formosana Hayata CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 9. FORMOSA JUNIPER
2102-24 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
Juniperus oxycedrus L. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 9. PRICKLY JUNIPER
383-73 Cutting from Hillier & Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
309-99 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Juniperus procera Hochst. ex Endl. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 9. AFRICAN JUNIPER
472-74 Cutting from Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Garden collected.
Juniperus procumbens (Siebold ex Endl.) Miq. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 4. JAPANESE GARDEN JUNIPER
314-53 Plant from Joseph Cudahy. Garden collected.
96-69 Plant from D. Hill Nursery Co. Garden collected.
329-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Juniperus procumbens 'Nana' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 4. DWARF JAPANESE GARDEN JUNIPER
951-58 Graft from Wm. T. Gotelli. Garden collected.
Juniperus pseudosabina Fisch. & C.A.Mey. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 6. FALSE SAVIN JUNIPER
504-80 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
Juniperus sabina L. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. SAVIN JUNIPER
528-72 Cutting from Morden Research Station, Research Branch, Canada Agriculture. Garden collected.
7-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Juniperus sabina 'Monna' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 3. CALGARY CARPETÒ
155-2000 Plant from Monrovia Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Juniperus scopulorum Sarg. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 6. ROCKY MOUNTAIN JUNIPER
935-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn N. wall of Tensleep Canyon, N. of US l6, Washakie County, Wyoming. Habitat: Ravine.
Juniperus turkestanica Kom. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 6. TURKESTAN JUNIPER
50-92 Seed from Research Institute of Ecology and Botany Hungarian Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden. Wild collected in Issyk-Ata Valley in the Kirghiz-Alatoo Range of the Tien Shan Mountains, Kyrgyz Republic. Habitat: rocky granite slope in bush & open spruce/juniper forest.
Juniperus virginiana 'Canaertii' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 2. CANAERT EASTERN RED-CEDAR
1250-24 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
84-31 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
510-78 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
88-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
Juniperus virginiana 'Cupressifolia' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 2. HILLSPIRE EASTERN RED-CEDAR, CYPRESS-LEAVED EASTERN RED-CEDAR
436-61 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Juniperus virginiana 'Pendula' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 4. WEEPING EASTERN RED-CEDAR
98-45 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
617-60 Graft from Wm. T. Gotelli. Garden collected.
Juniperus virginiana 'Silver Spreader' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 2. SILVER SPREADER EASTERN RED-CEDAR
40-74 Cutting from Callaway Gardens. Garden collected.
310-99 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Juniperus virginiana 'Triomphe d'Angers' CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 8. TRIOMPHE D'ANGERS EASTERN RED-CEDAR
626-61 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Kerria japonica (L.) DC. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE KERRIA
84-92 Plant from Jewell Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
18-98 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected near Kamikuishiki village, Nishiyatsushiro-gun, west of Tokyo, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Laburnum alpinum (Mill.) Bercht. & J.Presl FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SCOTS LABURNUM, SCOTCH BEAN TREE, SCOTCH LABURNUM
209-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Garden collected.
Laburnum anagyroides Medik. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 6. COMMON LABURNUM, GOLDEN CHAIN
81-79 Seed from Jardin Botanique. Wild collected, Haute-Savoie Department, France.
68-88 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Carpatican occidentale, Male Karpaty, Bratislava- Mlynska dolina, Czechoslovakia.
79-93 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Institut fur spezielle Botanik. Wild collected near Jena, Thuringen State, Germany.
Larix decidua 'Pendula' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. WEEPING EUROPEAN LARCH
669-57 Graft from Holden Arboretum. Garden collected.
Larix gmelinii (Rupr.) Kuzen. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. DAHURIAN LARCH
2551-27 Plant from H. J. Zack Co. Garden collected.
2169-29 Plant from Boyce Thompson Institute. Garden collected.
296-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected northeastern section, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: temperate regions.
Larix gmelinii var. japonica (Regel) Pilg. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. KURIL LARCH
46-56 Seed from Barres Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
Larix gmelinii var. olgensis (Henry) Ostenf. & Syrach PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. OLGA BAY LARCH
297-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected northeastern section, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: cold temperate region.
270-86 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected northeastern section, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mountains.
91-87 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected northeastern section, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mountains.
329-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected from a naturally occurring seed plantation on Xaio Bei Forest Experimental Station, at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua).
325-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along disturbed roadside on 60 degree south slope.
582-2000 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition from a naturally occurring seed plantation on Xaio Bei Forest Experimental Station, at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua).
Larix gmelinii var. principis-rupprechtii (Mayr) Pilg. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. PRINCE RUPPRECHT'S LARCH
240-24 Seed from Joseph Hers. Wild collected site not noted, China (Zhonghua).
301-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in upland spruce-larch-poplar-birch forest.
321-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected near Panquangou Hotel, Panquangou, Heng Jian Zhen, Jiaocheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: spruce-larch-poplar moist mesic woods on 30 deg. n-facing slope in rich moist organic soil above w-running stream.
Larix laricina (Du Roi) K.Koch PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 1. TAMARACK, AMERICAN LARCH, EASTERN LARCH, HACKMATACK
252-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg northwest of Volo in Volo Bog, Lake County, Illinois. Habitat: bog.
Lavandula angustifolia Mill. LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 6. LAVENDER, ENGLISH LAVENDER
4-43 Seed from Beatrix Farrand. Garden collected.
589-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
158-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
416-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Ledum palustre L. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 2. CRYSTAL-TEA, WILD-ROSEMARY
299-99 Seed from Botanical Garden of the University of Joensuu. Wild collected by unknown in Pohjois-Karjala biogeographical province, Lieska, Ruunaa, Mattila, Siikalahti, Finland. Habitat: on side of a shore swamp.
Leitneria floridana Chapm. LEITNERIACEAE - CORKWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. CORKWOOD
258-33 Plant from Ralph C. McSherry. Garden collected.
260-76 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by William J. Hess near Datto, Clay County, Arkansas.
261-76 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by William J. Hess near Neelyville, Ripley County, Missouri.
Lespedeza bicolor Turcz. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SHRUB BUSH-CLOVER
310-23 Seed from Joseph Hers. Wild collected site not noted, China (Zhonghua).
219-62 Seed from U.S.D.A., Soil Conservation Service Plant Materials Center. Garden collected.
549-79 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Unknown collected.
597-80 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Peking, China (Zhonghua).
152-92 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Joseph Hers site not noted, China (Zhonghua).
330-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected above Jiang Po Lake, at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: shrub community on rocky cliff.
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Crazy Daisy' (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 4. CRAZY DAISY SHASTA DAISY
125-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. DOG HOBBLE, SWEETBELLS
32-42 Plant from Fairview Evergreen Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Ligustrum amurense Carriere OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 3. AMUR PRIVET
89-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
Ligustrum obtusifolium Siebold & Zucc. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 3. BORDER PRIVET
1334-58 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
64-81 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected along a mountain road above Utagi village on Dogo Island, Shimane-ken Prefecture, Chugoku Region, Japan.
Ligustrum tschonoskii Decne. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 6. SUGAWA PRIVET
684-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected Mt. Hayachine, Iwate Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
Ligustrum vulgare L. OLEACEAE - OLIVE FAMILY
USDA 5. EUROPEAN PRIVET
59-74 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected on Mt. Strakinjscica near Krapina in north Croatia, Croatia Republic, Yugoslavia.
259-83 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Male Karpaty, Bratislava, Horsky Park, West Slovakia Region, Slovak S.S.R., Czechoslovakia.
Lilium monadelphum M.Bieb. (HERBACEOUS) LILIACEAE - LILY FAMILY
USDA 5. CAUCASIAN LILY
427-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 Republic of Georgia Expedition. Wild collected coll. area G16-5, Georgia.
74-2001 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 Republic of Georgia Contract Collection. Garden collected.
Liquidambar formosana Hance HAMAMELIDACEAE - WITCH-HAZEL FAMILY
USDA 7. FORMOSAN SWEET-GUM, FORMOSAN-GUM
244-2004 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Heng, Hunan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: sparse forest along roadside.
Liquidambar orientalis Mill. HAMAMELIDACEAE - WITCH-HAZEL FAMILY
USDA 8. ORIENTAL SWEET-GUM, ORIENTAL SWEETGUM, STORAX
16-2004 Seed from Okologisch Botanischer Garten Universitat Bayreuth (Ecologic Botanic Garden of the University of Bayreuth). Wild collected by unknown Dalaman (city), Bucht bei Gocek (bay at Gocek), Mugla Province, Aegean Region, Turkey.
Lonicera alpigena L. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. ALPINE HONEYSUCKLE
670-46 Seed from Central Experimental Farm Botanical Garden and Arboretum Ottawa Research Station, Ornamentals Section. Garden collected.
100-82 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Hte.-Savoie Department, France.
Lonicera altmannii Regel & Schmalh. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. TURKESTAN HONEYSUCKLE
167-90 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Soviet Central Asia, U.S.S.R.
386-2005 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected Soviet Central Asia, U.S.S.R.
Lonicera canadensis W.Bartram CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 2. AMERICAN FLY-HONEYSUCKLE
3-90 Seed from Montreal Botanic Garden. Wild collected eastern section, Canada. Habitat: "in sylvis humosis".
Lonicera caprifolium L. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. ITALIAN WOODBINE
201-83 Seed from Bereich Botanik und Arboretum des Museums fur Naturkunde der Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin. Wild collected Kyffhauser, Bad Frankenhausen/Rr Artern, Halle District, German Democratic Republic.
255-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera chrysantha Turcz. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 4. CORALLINE HONEYSUCKLE
274-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected in the Feng lin Preserve in the Wu ying division of the town of Yichun, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: brushy trail edge in forest.
305-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in an open disturbed area near a creek.
Lonicera coerulea L. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 2. BLUE-FRUITED HONEYSUCKLE
575-80 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Haute Savoie Department, France.
Lonicera demissa Rehder CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. HONEYSUCKLE
231-83 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Wild collected Oshimo-Mura near Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Lonicera ferdinandii Franch. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. MONGOLIAN HONEYSUCKLE
295-79 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Garden collected.
240-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
18-2002 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Yanggetai, Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: among shrubs.
Lonicera flava Sims CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. YELLOW HONEYSUCKLE
1131-2004 Plant from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected along Buffalo River Trail between County Road 25 and Buffalo River in Boxley Valley, Buffalo National River, Newton County, Arkansas. Habitat: beech-oak-hickory foerest in rich organic sand over bedrock in dense deciduous shade on 60% n-slope.
Lonicera fragrantissima Lindl. & Paxton CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. WINTER HONEYSUCKLE
1290-23 Plant from F & F Nurseries. Garden collected.
729-40 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
451-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
368-84 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
87-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Lonicera x heckrottii Rehder CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. GOLDFLAME HONEYSUCKLE, EVERBLOOMING HONEYSUCKLE
176-90 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
Lonicera henryi Hemsl. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. TIBETAN HONEYSUCKLE
477-82 Plant from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected by 1980 Sino-American Botanical Expedition vicinity of Duanjiangping Shennongjia Forest District, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua).
236-89 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by vicinity of Duanjiangping Shennongjia Forest District, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua).
Lonicera iberica M.Bieb. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. ARMENIAN HONEYSUCKLE
262-79 Seed from Botanical Garden of Academy of Sciences of Armenian S.S.R. Wild collected Kanaker near Yerevan (Erevan), Armenian S.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: mesic forests.
Lonicera involucrata (Richardson) Banks ex Spreng. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. TWINBERRY
392-86 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg north of Red Mountain Pass on west side of US 550, Ouray County, Colorado. Habitat: subalpine meadow.
Lonicera korolkowii Stapf CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. BLUE-LEAVED HONEYSUCKLE
254-78 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Moscow Lomonosov State University. Wild collected Dzhungarskiy Alatau Mtns., Kazakh S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
44-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Botanical Institute. Wild collected, U.S.S.R.
Lonicera ledebourii Eschsch. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. CALIFORNIA HONEYSUCKLE
345-76 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera maximowiczii (Rupr.) Maxim. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. MAXIMOWICZ'S HONEYSUCKLE, MAXIMOWICZ HONEYSUCKLE
676-80 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected in the Ussuri region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Lonicera microphylla Willd. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. LITTLE-LEAVED HONEYSUCKLE, LITTLELEAF HONEYSUCKLE
20-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Wild collected in Central Asia, U.S.S.R.
Lonicera x minutiflora Zabel CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. BUNCHBERRY HONEYSUCKLE
353-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera morrowi Gray CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. MORROW'S HONEYSUCKLE, MORROW HONEYSUCKLE
210-61 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected in Mutsu Province, Aomori Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
237-89 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera x muscaviensis Rehder CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. MUSCOVY HONEYSUCKLE
259-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera myrtillus Hook.f. & Thomson CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. MYRTLE HONEYSUCKLE
375-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera nigra L. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. HONEYSUCKLE
260-83 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Zapadne Tatry, Jalovecka dolina, West Slovakia Region, Slovak S.S.R., Czechoslovakia.
Lonicera periclymenum L. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. WOODBINE
626-80 Seed from Institute fur Allgemeine Botanik und Botanischer Garten. Wild collected Lubeck-Israelsdorf, Schleswig-Holstein State, Federal Republic of Germany.
Lonicera praeflorens Batalin CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. EARLY HONEYSUCKLE
915-42 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1055-59 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
376-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera quinquelocularis Hardw. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. MISTLETOE HONEYSUCKLE
63-58 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
264-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera ruprechtiana Regel CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. MANCHURIAN HONEYSUCKLE
677-80 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected in the Ussuri region of eastern Siberia, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Lonicera sempervirens L. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 8. TRUMPET HONEYSUCKLE
134-84 Seed from Bowman's Hill State Wildflower Preserve, Washington Crossing State Park. Wild collected in Washington Crossing Historical Park from Bowman's Hill native stands, Pennsylvania.
402-88 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
Lonicera standishii Jacques CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. STANDISH'S HONEYSUCKLE
445-86 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera syringantha Maxim. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. LILAC HONEYSUCKLE
199-70 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
20-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
323-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Lonicera trichosantha Bureau & Franch. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 6. SLENDER HONEYSUCKLE
143-65 Cutting from Arboretum des Barres et Fruticetum Vilmorinianum. Garden collected.
Lonicera villosa (Michx.) Roem. & Schult. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 2. MOUNTAIN FLY HONEYSUCKLE
258-93 Plant from Reeseville Ridge Nursery. Wild collected, Marinette County, Wisconsin.
Lonicera x xylosteoides 'Clavey's Dwarf' CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. CLAVEY'S DWARF HONEYSUCKLE
423-65 Plant from Willis Nursery Co., A. Willis & Co. Garden collected.
58-96 Plant from Sjulin Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
225-2006 Plant from Wilson Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
88-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Lonicera xylosteum L. CAPRIFOLIACEAE - HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
USDA 5. EUROPEAN FLY-HONEYSUCKLE
117-78 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Podlesok, Stratenska Hornatina, Czechoslovakia.
628-79 Seed from Main Botanical Garden. Wild collected, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Lycium chinense Mill. SOLANACEAE - NIGHTSHADE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE MATRIMONY VINE
598-80 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Peking, China (Zhonghua).
Lyonia ligustrina (L.) DC. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. MALEBERRY
135-84 Seed from Bowman's Hill State Wildflower Preserve, Washington Crossing State Park. Wild collected in Washington Crossing State Historical Park from Bowman's Hill native stands, Buck County, Pennsylvania.
34-96 Seed from Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, Dept. of Buildings and Grounds, Mount Holyoke College. Wild collected by unknown at Mt. Warner, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.
15-99 Seed from Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, Dept. of Buildings and Grounds, Mount Holyoke College. Wild collected by Thomas E. Clark, Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden, Dept. of Buildings and Grounds, Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachussetts.
Lysimachia clethroides Duby (HERBACEOUS) PRIMULACEAE - PRIMROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. GOOSE-NECKED LOOSESTRIFE, CLETHRA LOOSESTRIFE, GOOSENECK LOOSESTRIFE
757-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Maackia fauriei (H.Lev.) Takeda FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN MAACKIA
2-29 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Republic of Korea.
576-2001 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Republic of Korea.
219-2002 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Republic of Korea.
99-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Republic of Korea.
Maclura pomifera (Raf.) C.K.Schneid. MORACEAE - MULBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. OSAGE-ORANGE, HEDGE-APPLE
340-31 Plant from Willis Nursery Co., A. Willis & Co. Garden collected.
808-54 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
188-75 Plant from Smith Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Magnolia acuminata L. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 4. CUCUMBERTREE
712-28 Plant from Corn Belt Nursery and Forestry Association. Garden collected.
1046-35 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
168-40 Plant from Kallay Brothers Company. Garden collected.
1339-40 Seed from University of Kentucky. Garden collected.
133-61 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
287-64 Plant from Kallay Brothers Company. Garden collected.
186-89 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark summit of Cheat Mountain ridge, about 0.5 miles north of US highway 250, Randolph County, West Virginia. Habitat: mountains.
35-91 Seed from University of Guelph Arboretum. Wild collected near Fenwick, Niagara Region, Ontario Province, Canada.
246-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
219-2000 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
615-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected on Cahas Mt., Franklin County, Virginia.
665-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected along Blue Ridge Parkway north of marker 417, Haywood County, North Carolina. Habitat: 15 deg. e-facing slope in 3/4 sun, gritty, loam, well-drained, moist bottom of slope.
Magnolia cordata Michx. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 6. YELLOW MAGNOLIA
639-59 Graft from Callaway Gardens. Garden collected.
268-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Magnolia denudata Desr. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 6. YULAN MAGNOLIA
216-37 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
570-65 Graft from Harold Baumann. Garden collected.
449-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
274-95 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC). Wild collected by Ciu Tiecheng Xian Transport University, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua).
337-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Garden collected Gao Shi, Yang Cheng Xian, Yang Cheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: backyard garden of house next to a small stream in a small village.
47-2005 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Magnolia kobus DC. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE MAGNOLIA
45-2005 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
104-2006 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Magnolia kobus var. borealis Sarg. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 4. NORTHERN JAPANESE MAGNOLIA
673-46 Seed from Gradina Botanica a Universitatii din Cluj-Napoca. Garden collected.
531-52 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
663-54 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
798-54 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
346-61 Plant from Edward H. Scanlon & Assoc. Garden collected.
326-63 Graft from Highland Botanical Park, County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
105-64 Seed from Kobe Municipal Arboretum. Garden collected.
Magnolia liliflora Desr. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 6. PURPLE MAGNOLIA, ORCHID MAGNOLIA
486-2000 Plant from The Holden Arboretum. Garden collected.
487-2000 Plant from The Holden Arboretum. Garden collected.
Magnolia officinalis Rehder & E.H.Wilson MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 8. MAGNOLIA
224-2000 Seed from SP Cover-TMS. Wild collected, Jiangxi Province, China (Zhonghua).
Magnolia pyramidata W.Bartram MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 8. PYRAMIDAL MAGNOLIA
47-94 Plant from Philip Seitner. Garden collected.
Magnolia salicifolia (Siebold & Zucc.) Maxim. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 6. ANISE MAGNOLIA
515-50 Plant from Hooks Nursery. Garden collected.
347-61 Plant from Edward H. Scanlon & Assoc. Garden collected.
327-63 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
268-65 Plant from Edward H. Scanlon & Assoc. Garden collected.
Magnolia salicifolia 'Iufer' MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 6. IUFER ANISE MAGNOLIA
1118-2004 Plant from Ridgecrest Nursery and Gardens. Garden collected.
Magnolia sieboldii K.Koch MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 7. OYAMA MAGNOLIA
25-91 Seed from Kyung-ku Shim, Sung Kyun Kwan University. Unknown collected.
352-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. From plant of known wild origin collected 100 km southeast of Shenyang near Benxi, Liaoning Province, China (Zhonghua).
Magnolia x soulangiana Soul.-Bod. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 5. SAUCER MAGNOLIA
2202-25 Plant from Naperville Nurseries. Unknown collected.
91-54 Plant from John Vermeulen. Garden collected.
505-58 Plant from Matt Tures and Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
927-61 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
260-64 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
175-88 Plant from King Nursery. Garden collected.
178-92 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
Magnolia x soulangiana 'Alexandrina' MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 5. ALEXANDRINA SAUCER MAGNOLIA
629-2004 Plant from King Nursery. Garden collected.
Magnolia sprengeri Pamp. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 9. SPRENGER'S MAGNOLIA
246-2004 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Heng, Hunan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in sparse forest on roadside.
Magnolia tripetala L. MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 5. UMBRELLA MAGNOLIA
219-37 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
236-42 Plant from Boyd Brothers Nurseries. Garden collected.
1051-59 Plant from unknown. Garden collected.
1043-65 Seed from Nichols Arboretum University of Michigan. Garden collected.
240-98 Seed from Ross C. Clark, Eastern Kentucky University. Wild collected along Busbee Road near the town of Biltmore Forest, Buncombe County, North Carolina. Habitat: low woods along a stream.
607-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected on Mt. Cahas, Franklin County, Virginia.
164-2001 Seed from The North Carolina Arboretum The University of North Carolina. Wild collected by unknown along the south side of I-40 near Pigeon River, Harmon Den exit, Haywood County, North Carolina.
Magnolia 'Yellow Bird' MAGNOLIACEAE - MAGNOLIA FAMILY
USDA 5. YELLOW BIRD MAGNOLIA
220-2000 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Mahonia piperiana Abrams BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 7. PIPER'S GRAPE-HOLLY, PIPER GRAPE-HOLLY
213-73 Seed from Carl S. English Jr. Wild collected in the Siskiyou Mountains, OR and CA.
Mahonia x wagneri (Jouin) Rehder BERBERIDACEAE - BARBERRY FAMILY
USDA 8. WAGNER'S GRAPE-HOLLY, WAGNER GRAPE-HOLLY
770-55 Graft from Highland Botanical Park, County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
Malus 'Adams' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. ADAMS CRABAPPLE
128-64 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
34-84 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
56-86 Plant from King Nursery. Garden collected.
110-86 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
112-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
814-2004 Plant from South Branch Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Malus 'Adirondack' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. ADIRONDACK CRABAPPLE
50-93 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
411-2004 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Malus x arnoldiana (Rehder) Sarg. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ARNOLD CRABAPPLE
516-39 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
94-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Malus baccata (L.) Borkh. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. SIBERIAN CRABAPPLE
576-29 Plant from Boyce Thompson Institute. Garden collected.
365-88 Plant from Holden Arboretum. Garden collected west side of Mohang, Cholla Pukto, Puan Gun, Sannae Myon, Tochong-re, Mohang, North Cholla Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: dense thicket along & in rocky stream bed.
366-88 Plant from Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by United States National Arboretum at Ongjin Gun, Taechong Myon, Taechong Island, Satan Dong, Twaeji Kojae, Kyonggi-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: steep, rocky, southw-facing, cut-over slope among pines.
308-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along a roadside through an upland forest.
332-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Ping Shan, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: disturbed woodland, old field edge.
333-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: disturbed woodland edge along stream.
Malus brevipes (Rehder) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. DWARF NIPPON CRABAPPLE
323-53 Plant from Inter-State Nursery Inc. Garden collected.
203-84 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus 'Canary' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3B. CANARY CRABAPPLE
77-2006 Plant from Simpson Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Malus 'Candymint Sargent' Patent 6606 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. CANDYMINT SARGENT CRABAPPLE
78-2006 Plant from Simpson Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Malus coronaria (L.) Mill. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. WILD SWEET CRABAPPLE
538-66 Graft from Highland Botanical Park, County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
182-92 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden near Merioneth Road in an area being subdivided for Lincolnshire housing development, Will County, Illinois. Habitat: clearing in upland oak woods.
183-92 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden near Merioneth Road in an area being subdivided for Lincolnshire housing development, Will County, Illinois. Habitat: clearing in upland oak woods.
42-97 Seed from The Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by unknown in the North Kingsville Sand Barrens, Ashtabula County, Ohio.
Malus 'Donald Wyman' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. DONALD WYMAN CRABAPPLE
42-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
43-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
392-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
569-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
570-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
39-84 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
87-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
90-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
333-2004 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus floribunda Van Houtte ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. JAPANESE FLOWERING CRABAPPLE
936-40 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
911-41 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
137-64 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
668-80 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
49-84 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
114-85 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
95-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
91-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
197-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
284-97 Plant from King Nursery. Garden collected.
Malus fusca (Raf.) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. OREGON CRABAPPLE
267-94 Seed from Forest Farm Arboretum and Nursery. Wild collected, Josephine County, Oregon.
400-2002 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus halliana Koehne ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. HALL'S CRABAPPLE
40-92 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Emei, Leshan, Qingchengshan, and Jinfoshan mountains and from Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: broad-leaved forest mountainy area.
314-2003 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected on Emei, Leshan, Qingchengshan, and Jinfoshan mountains and from Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: broad-leaved forest mountainy area.
396-2004 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected on Emei, Leshan, Qingchengshan, and Jinfoshan mountains and from Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: broad-leaved forest mountainy area.
Malus 'Hargozam' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. HARVEST GOLDÒ
166-84 Plant from Lake County Nursery, Inc. (Lake County Nursery Exchange). Garden collected.
93-85 Plant from Lake County Nursery, Inc. (Lake County Nursery Exchange). Garden collected.
Malus x heterophylla Spach ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. APPLE
46-94 Seed from Metropolitan Toronto Zoo. Wild collected, Essex County, Ontario Province, Canada.
Malus honanensis Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. HONAN CRABAPPLE
328-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected Ling Kong Shan Zhen, Qinyan County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: heavily disturbed & grazed mesic pine-oak forest on 30 deg. e-facing slope in rocky clay (loess) soil.
Malus hupehensis (Pamp.) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. TEA CRABAPPLE, CHINESE CRABAPPLE
1154-56 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
46-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
560-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
561-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
107-86 Plant from Moller's Nursery Inc. Garden collected.
85-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Dananzugou village 5 km. northeast of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: south, partial shade, mountain valley.
96-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
97-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
98-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
102-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
103-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
Malus ioensis (Wood) Britton ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. PRAIRIE CRABAPPLE
277-67 Graft from Arie F. den Boer. Garden collected.
433-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along Leatherleaf Bog Trail in Moraine Hills State Park, Mc Henry County, Illinois. Habitat: old open field.
95-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Malus kansuensis (Batalin) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. GANSU CRABAPPLE
194-84 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
866-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Lianhua Shan National Nature Reserve / Sha He Tan, Ling Tan Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic mixed conif./decid. forest along road edge on 15 deg nw-slope on rich organic loam.
Malus 'Liset' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. LISET CRABAPPLE
1069-57 Plant from Arie F. den Boer. Garden collected.
610-58 Plant from Wayside Gardens. Garden collected.
50-84 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
98-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Malus 'Lollizam' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. LOLLIPOPÒ
412-2004 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Malus 'Ormiston Roy' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. ORMISTON ROY CRABAPPLE
98-84 Plant from Boyer Nurseries and Orchards, Inc. Garden collected.
Malus 'Prairifire' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. PRAIRIFIRE CRABAPPLE
114-86 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
24-2000 Plant from Craig Bergmann's Country Garden Perennial Farm & Garden Center. Garden collected.
590-2005 Plant from Mariani Landscape/Design Build Maintenance. Garden collected.
Malus 'Pretty Marjorie' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. PRETTY MARJORIE CRABAPPLE
425-85 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus 'Professor Sprenger' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. PROFESSOR SPRENGER CRABAPPLE
52-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
563-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
51-84 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
116-85 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
363-88 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Malus prunifolia (Willd.) Borkh. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. PLUM-LEAVED CRABAPPLE
278-67 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
246-88 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus 'Purple Prince' Patent 8478 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. PURPLE PRINCE CRABAPPLE
49-93 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
194-2006 Plant from Klehm's Song Sparrow Farm and Nursery. Garden collected.
Malus x purpurea (Barbier) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PURPLE CRABAPPLE
1184-56 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus 'Red Jade' Patent 1497 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. RED JADE CRABAPPLE
53-84 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Malus 'Robinson' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. ROBINSON CRABAPPLE
100-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Malus x robusta (Carriere) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. CHERRY CRABAPPLE
147-64 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus rockii Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ROCK'S CRABAPPLE
205-84 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
279-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus sargentii Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SARGENT'S CRABAPPLE
611-36 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
394-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
57-84 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
91-95 Plant from Beeson's McHenry County Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
206-95 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Malus 'Sentinel' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. SENTINEL CRABAPPLE
45-84 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
101-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Malus sieboldii (Regel) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. TORINGO CRABAPPLE
322-88 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
367-88 Plant from Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by United States National Arboretum at Puan Gun, Sannae Myon, Tochong-ri, Mohang, North Cholla Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: roadside thicket in cut-over area, sun, nw-facing slope.
368-88 Plant from Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by United States National Arboretum along a road between Sonjin Dong and Kuju Dong, Ongjin Gun, Taechong Myon, Taechong Island, Kyonggi-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: rocky, cut-over hillside in sun.
19-98 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected near Nasu town, Nasu-gun, north of Tokyo, Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
34-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Akagi Village north of Tokyo, Seta County, Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
62-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Naganohara Town west of Tokyo, Agatsuma County, Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
104-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Mao Xian Ping town 6 km. ne of Maoxian, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 15-20 deg., s-facing, part shade.
107-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Mao Xian Ping town 6 km. ne of Maoxian, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 15-20 deg., s-facing, part shade.
181-2001 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Akagi Village, Seta-gun, Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
Malus sikkimensis (Wenz.) Koehne ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. SIKKIM CRABAPPLE
280-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Joseph F. Rock western section, China (Zhonghua).
Malus 'Silver Moon' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. SILVER MOON CRABAPPLE
101-85 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
Malus spectabilis (Aiton) Borkh. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE FLOWERING CRABAPPLE
625-60 Graft from Arie F. den Boer. Garden collected.
281-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus 'Strawberry Parfait' Patent 4632 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. STRAWBERRY PARFAIT CRABAPPLE
106-86 Plant from Princeton Nurseries. Garden collected.
Malus sylvestris (L.) Mill. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. FRENCH CRABAPPLE
462-85 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
96-86 Seed from State Nikita Botanical Gardens. Wild collected, Crimean Region, Ukrainian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Malus 'Tina' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. TINA CRABAPPLE
106-90 Plant from Neumann's Nursery. Garden collected.
788-2004 Plant from Poplar Farms Nursery & Produce Inc. Garden collected.
Malus toringoides (Rehder) Hughes ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CUT-LEAVED CRABAPPLE
965-40 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by near Tatsien-lu (Kangting), Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mountains.
57-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by near Tatsien-lu (Kangting), Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mountains.
111-93 Plant from Holden Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by unknown from P'i River Valley, Anhui Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: roadside.
89-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
90-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
91-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
93-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
94-2001 Plant from U.S.D.A., A.R.S., Plant Genetic Resources Unit National Clonal germplasm Repository, Cornell University. Wild collected by unknown near Songang village 10 km. west of Maerkang, Maerkang County, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: 85 deg., e-facing, sunny cliff face.
Malus transitoria (Batalin) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. TIBETAN CRABAPPLE
282-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
911-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected Jiang Ba Gou, Die Bu town, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: n-running stream, replanted conif. forest with decid. understory, thin rocky soil.
Malus transitoria 'Schmidtcutleaf' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. GOLDEN RAINDROPSÒ
117-2006 Plant from P.P. & O. Nursery, LLC. Garden collected.
Malus tschonoskii (Maxim.) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. PILLAR CRABAPPLE
58-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
59-84 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Malus 'Weepcanzam' Patent 4038 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. WEEPING CANDIED APPLEÒ
48-84 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
94-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
Malus 'White Angel' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. WHITE ANGEL CRABAPPLE
108-86 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Malus 'White Cascade' Patent 3644 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. WHITE CASCADE CRABAPPLE
112-85 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Malus yunnanensis (Franch.) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. YUNNAN CRABAPPLE
613-62 Graft from Arie F. den Boer. Garden collected.
283-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus x zumi (Matsum.) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ZUMI CRABAPPLE
580-2001 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Malus x zumi 'Calocarpa' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. REDBUD CRABAPPLE
966-40 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
46-84 Plant from Simpson Orchard Co., Inc. Garden collected.
105-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
226-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
804-2004 Plant from Royal Oaks Nursery. Garden collected.
Meliosma dilleniifolia ssp. cuneifolia (Franch.) Beusekom SABIACEAE - SABIA FAMILY
USDA 9. MELIOSMA
84-2003 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected by unknown on Mt. Maiji, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mountain slope/hill shrubbery.
882-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected in Bai Long Jiang Forest Station / Ge'er Gou, Zhou Qu Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: steep n-running ravine, mesic mixed conif/decid forest, very open, cut-back and grazed area in high organic soil.
Menispermum canadense L. MENISPERMACEAE - MOONSEED FAMILY
USDA 4. MOONSEED
553-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn in Lowden State Park over the Rock River, Ogle County, Illinois. Habitat: Oak-Hickory woods.
Mespilus germanica L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. MEDLAR
518-37 Seed from Leningrad Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
655-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
665-80 Seed from State Nikita Botanical Gardens. Wild collected in Tauria, Crimean Region, Ukrainian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
682-80 Seed from State Nikita Botanical Gardens. Wild collected in Tauria, Crimean Region, Ukrainian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Microbiota decussata Komar. CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 2. SIBERIAN-CYPRESS
190-85 Plant from Iseli Nursery Inc. Garden collected.
391-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: on 60 degree w-facing slope in very loose rock boulders on an open outcrop.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Sirene' (HERBACEOUS) POACEAE (GRAMINEAE) - GRASS FAMILY
USDA 4. SIRENE SILVER GRASS, SIRENE EULALIA
326-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Variegatus' (HERBACEOUS) POACEAE (GRAMINEAE) - GRASS FAMILY
USDA 4. VARIEGATED SILVER GRASS
386-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
221-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Yaku Jima' (HERBACEOUS) POACEAE (GRAMINEAE) - GRASS FAMILY
USDA 4. YAKU JIMA SILVER GRASS
199-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Mitchella repens L. RUBIACEAE - MADDER FAMILY
USDA 5. PARTRIDGE BERRY
84-99 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Dorchester County, Maryland.
691-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected along Song Bird Trail, Chattahooche National Forest, Murray County, Georgia. Habitat: next to low boggy area, full sun, loam soil.
Molinia caerulea 'Strahlenquelle' (HERBACEOUS) POACEAE (GRAMINEAE) - GRASS FAMILY
USDA 5. FOUNTAIN SPRAY MOOR GRASS
138-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Morus alba L. MORACEAE - MULBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. WHITE MULBERRY
920-26 Seed from Chinese Nurseries Ltd. Garden collected.
384-53 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
978-57 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Morus australis Poir. MORACEAE - MULBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE MULBERRY
1118-40 Seed from Hokkaido University. Garden collected.
241-71 Seed from Gradina Botanica a Universitatii din Cluj-Napoca. Garden collected.
26-72 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Morus mongolica (Bunge) C.K.Schneid. MORACEAE - MULBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. MONGOLIAN MULBERRY
55-95 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected site not noted, Hebei Province, China (Zhonghua).
277-95 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC). Wild collected by Zhang Zhimming, Beijing Botanical Garden Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy at Xiangshan, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua).
Myrica gale L. MYRICACEAE - BAYBERRY FAMILY
USDA 1. SWEET GALE
63-78 Seed from University of Guelph Arboretum. Wild collected Parry Sound area, Ontario Province, Canada.
19-86 Seed from Glendon Hall Research Lab. Dept. of Botany. Wild collected, Ontario Province, Canada.
68-86 Seed from Beal-Garfield Botanic Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected, Marquette County, Michigan. Habitat: Wet interdunal flats..
Narcissus 'Quail' (HERBACEOUS) AMARYLLIDACEAE - AMARYLLIS FAMILY
USDA 5. QUAIL NARCISSUS
538-2001 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
693-2006 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Neillia sinensis Oliv. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE NEILLIA
381-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Nepeta x faassenii 'Dropmore' (HERBACEOUS) LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 3. DROPMORE CATMINT
112-97 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
487-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Nepeta x faassenii 'Little Titch' (HERBACEOUS) LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 3. LITTLE TITCH CATMINT
388-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Neviusia alabamensis Gray ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ALABAMA SNOW WREATH
552-39 Plant from Charles C. Deam. Garden collected.
886-55 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
813-64 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
273-68 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
292-80 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark along Long Creek, Pope County, Arkansas.
776-80 Plant from Field Museum of Natural History. Garden collected.
66-95 Sucker from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
1119-2004 Plant from Ridgecrest Nursery and Gardens. Wild collected, Searcy County, Arkansas.
Nymphaea 'Marliacea Chromatella' (HERBACEOUS) NYMPHAEACEAE - WATER-LILY FAMILY
USDA 4 - 11. MARLIACEA CHROMATELLA HARDY WATER-LILY
1019-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Nymphaea odorata Aiton (HERBACEOUS) NYMPHAEACEAE - WATER-LILY FAMILY
USDA 3 - 11. FRAGRANT WATER-LILY, AMERICAN WATER-LILY, AMERICAN WHITE WATER-LILY, WHITE WATER-LILY, POND LILY
1405-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Oemleria cerasiformis (Torr. & A.Gray ex Hook. & Arn.) J.W.Landon ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 7. OSO BERRY, INDIAN-PLUM
193-82 Seed from Regional Park & Recreation Agency of the Mid Willamette Valley. Wild collected in Salem, Marion County, Oregon.
Onoclea sensibilis L. (HERBACEOUS) DRYOPTERIDACEAE - WOOD FERN FAMILY
USDA 4. SENSITIVE FERN
287-U Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Opuntia polyacantha Haw. CACTACEAE - CACTUS FAMILY
USDA 5. PLAINS PRICKLY-PEAR, CLIFF PRICKLY-PEAR, GRIZZLY-BEAR PRICKLY-PEAR, HAIRY PRICKLY-PEAR, HEDGEHOG PRICKLY-PEAR, NICHOL'S PRICKLY-PEAR, PORCUPINE PRICKLY-PEAR, RED-SPINED PRICKLY-PEAR, STARVATION PRICKLY-PEAR
267-78 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected in the Great Divide basin about 40 km. northwest of Rawlins, Wyoming.
168-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg southeast of Pringle, Custer County, South Dakota.
Orixa japonica Thunb. RUTACEAE - RUE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE ORIXA
1794-22 Cutting from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected by Charles S. Sargent, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Japan.
842-34 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Charles S. Sargent, Japan.
1309-39 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Charles S. Sargent, Japan.
1030-55 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Charles S. Sargent, Japan.
315-61 Seed from Kyoto University Experimental Forest Station. Garden collected.
582-2001 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Charles S. Sargent, Japan.
Osmunda claytoniana L. (HERBACEOUS) OSMUNDACEAE - ROYAL FERN FAMILY
USDA 3. INTERRUPTED FERN
438-96 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Ostrya carpinifolia Scop. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. EUROPEAN HOP-HORNBEAM
132-76 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected near Nevesinje on Mt. Velez, Bosnia and Hercegovina Republic, Yugoslavia.
196-88 Seed from Orto Botanico dell'Universita Botanical Garden of the University of Siena. Wild collected by unknown near Monteoliveto, Siena Province, Tuscany Autonomous Region, Italy.
429-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 Republic of Georgia Expedition. Wild collected coll. area G22, Georgia.
Ostrya virginiana (Mill.) K.Koch BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 5. IRONWOOD, AMERICAN HOP-HORNBEAM, EASTERN HOP-HORNBEAM, HOP-HORNBEAM
1009-59 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected at The Morton Arboretum, Du Page County, Illinois. Habitat: woodland.
951-73 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected Parson's Grove on Morton Arboretum, near Lisle, Du Page County, Illinois.
181-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 5 mi. north of Deadwood, Lawrence County, South Dakota.
187-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg Rock Creek, south of Deselm, Kankakee County, Illinois. Habitat: Cliff.
575-83 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn, Kankakee County, Illinois.
162-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
159-95 Plant from Matt Tures Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
390-2000 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
145-2002 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
356-2002 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
101-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Ostryopsis davidiana (Baill.) Decne. BETULACEAE - BIRCH FAMILY
USDA 6. FATHER DAVID'S OSTRYOPSIS
1339-59 Plant from Morden Research Station, Research Branch, Canada Agriculture. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph F. Rock along the Tao River, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on rocky banks.
470-82 Layer from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph F. Rock along the Tao River, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on rocky banks.
543-82 Sucker from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph F. Rock along the Tao River, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on rocky banks.
Oxydendrum arboreum (L.) DC. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. SOURWOOD
1341-39 Plant from University of Chicago. Garden collected.
142-63 Plant from Lights Landscape Nurseryman. Garden collected.
248-64 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Pachysandra procumbens Michx. BUXACEAE - BOXWOOD FAMILY
USDA 6. ALLEGHENY PACHYSANDRA
352-41 Plant from Wilbur Dubois & Son. Garden collected.
330-81 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
101-95 Plant from Fertile Delta Garden Center. Garden collected.
149-95 Plant from Hortech. Garden collected.
103-2010 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Pachysandra terminalis Siebold & Zucc. BUXACEAE - BOXWOOD FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE PACHYSANDRA
569-38 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected.
842-79 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
165-2000 Plant from Hortech. Garden collected.
102-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Paeonia delavayi Franch. RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 6. DELAVAY'S PEONY, DELAVAY PEONY
212-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Garden collected.
Paeonia obovata ssp. obovata (HERBACEOUS) RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 7. WOODLAND PEONY
43-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Okutama Town, west of Tokyo, Nishitama County, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
314-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected at Xiao Wen Forest Center, Heng Jian Zhen, Jiaocheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: moist woods in dense understory with thin canopy on 45 deg. n-facing slope in rich moist well-drained humus.
Paeonia suffruticosa 'Rimpoh' RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 5. FEATHERS OF A HEAVENLY BIRD TREE PEONY
196-2004 Plant from Forest Farm Arboretum and Nursery. Garden collected.
Paeonia tenuifolia L. (HERBACEOUS) RANUNCULACEAE - BUTTERCUP FAMILY
USDA 8. FRINGED PEONY
245-99 Seed from Botanical Garden and Museum, University of Oslo. Garden collected.
Parthenocissus inserta (J.Kern.) Fritsch VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 5. THICKET CREEPER
754-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Gerould Wilhelm southwest corner of the Iroquois County Conservation Area, Iroquois County, Illinois. Habitat: top of drainage ditch culvert.
Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch. VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 3. VIRGINIA CREEPER
143-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
521-2004 Plant from David Listerman & Associates. Garden collected.
Parthenocissus tricuspidata (Siebold & Zucc.) Planch. VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 5. BOSTON-IVY, JAPANESE CREEPER
105-58 Seed from Botanical Gardens, University of Tokyo. Garden collected.
184-91 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
359-96 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
20-97 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. From plant of known wild origin collected at Lyonakan near the northwest part of Pyongyang city, N. Korea.
Parthenocissus tricuspidata 'Lowii' VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 4. LOW'S BOSTON-IVY, LOW'S JAPANESE CREEPER, MINIATURE JAPANESE-IVY
117-87 Plant from White Flower Farm. Garden collected.
269-94 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Parthenocissus tricuspidata 'Robusta' VITACEAE - GRAPE FAMILY
USDA 4. ROBUST BOSTON-IVY, ROBUST JAPANESE CREEPER
76-95 Plant from Wayside Gardens. Garden collected.
Paulownia tomentosa (Thunb.) Steud. SCROPHULARIACEAE - FIGWORT FAMILY
USDA 6. EMPRESS TREE, PRINCESS TREE
4-44 Seed from Masonic Homes. Garden collected.
471-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
514-82 Plant from Purdue University Department of Forestry. Garden collected.
Paxistima canbyi Gray CELASTRACEAE - STAFF TREE FAMILY
USDA 3. MOUNTAIN-LOVER, CLIFF-GREEN
521-74 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Perovskia abrotanoides Kar. LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 5. CUT-LEAVED RUSSIAN-SAGE
363-85 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
326-88 Plant from The Natural Garden. Garden collected.
208-89 Plant from T & Z Nursery. Garden collected.
472-2005 Plant from Hoffie Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Perovskia atriplicifolia Benth. LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 6. RUSSIAN-SAGE, AFGHAN-SAGE
56-53 Plant from Homestead Nurseries. Garden collected.
722-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
184-88 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
94-2000 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
399-2001 Plant from Planter's Palette. Garden collected.
424-2001 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
395-2003 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Phellodendron amurense Rupr. RUTACEAE - RUE FAMILY
USDA 3. AMUR CORKTREE
1721-25 Plant from Naperville Nurseries. Garden collected.
568-27 Seed from Copenhagen Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
475-32 Seed from County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
1585-35 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
604-36 Seed from Hokkaido University. Garden collected.
352-63 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
353-63 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson at Changyang Hsien, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua).
348-86 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Phellodendron lavallei Dode RUTACEAE - RUE FAMILY
USDA 6. LAVALLE CORKTREE
625-40 Seed from Arboretum des Barres et Fruticetum Vilmorinianum. Garden collected.
85-2002 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua).
Phellodendron sachalinense (F.Schmidt) Sarg. RUTACEAE - RUE FAMILY
USDA 3. SAKHALIN CORKTREE
317-83 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected southern Kuril Islands, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Philadelphus coronarius L. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SWEET MOCK-ORANGE
362-84 Plant from Hooks Nursery. Garden collected.
Philadelphus lewisii Pursh HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. LEWIS' MOCK-ORANGE
351-79 Seed from The Botanical Garden, University of British Columbia. Wild collected, Similkameen District, British Columbia Province, Canada.
1010-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn in Siegel Pass, Sanders County, Montana. Habitat: Granite talus.
Philadelphus pekinensis Rupr. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. PEKING MOCK-ORANGE
387-57 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
538-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
458-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
325-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: growing at the base of a north facing cliff.
Philadelphus schrenkii Rupr. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SCHRENK'S MOCK-ORANGE
836-56 Cutting from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
245-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
336-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: moist valleys only; woodland understory.
40-95 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Wild collected by unknown in Mt. Changbai area, Hong shi forest area, 60 km. east of Changbai Mountain Research Station (& Erdaobeihe town), Antu County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: wet temperate Acer, Fraxinus, Maackia, Pinus koraiensis, Populus, Tilia forest at a small stream.
Philadelphus subcanus Koehne HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 6. MOCK-ORANGE
39-93 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Emei and in Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mixed forest.
Philadelphus tenuifolius Rupr. & Maxim. HYDRANGEACEAE - HYDRANGEA FAMILY
USDA 5. MOCK-ORANGE
424-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian State University. Wild collected Gornotajezhnaja (St. Mont Taig), ad torrentem Kabanij in the Ussuri district, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: in sylva frondosa.
Phlox carolina 'Miss Lingard' (HERBACEOUS) POLEMONIACEAE - PHLOX FAMILY
USDA 5. MISS LINGARD THICK-LEAVED PHLOX
696-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Photinia villosa (Thunb.) DC. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ORIENTAL PHOTINIA
470-60 Plant from F. J. Grootendorst & Son. Garden collected.
38-82 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected near Sago City, Tsushima Island, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyushu-chiho Region, Japan. Habitat: stream bed.
Physocarpus capitatus (Pursh) Kuntze ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PACIFIC NINEBARK
107-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected at Squakum Lake, British Columbia Province, Canada.
Physocarpus intermedius (Rydb.) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. ILLINOIS NINEBARK
397-86 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg north side of US 160, Ozark County, Missouri. Habitat: stream bed.
173-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. MOUNTAIN NINEBARK
221-97 Plant from Hinsdale Nurseries Inc. Garden collected.
Physocarpus stellatus (Rydb.) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ALABAMA NINEBARK
248-88 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Physostegia virginiana 'Pink Bouquet' (HERBACEOUS) LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 4. PINK BOUQUET OBEDIENT PLANT, PINK BOUQUET FALSE DRAGONHEAD
398-2003 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Picea abies 'Frohburg' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. FROHBURG WEEPING NORWAY SPRUCE, FROHBURG NORWAY SPRUCE
197-2006 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Picea abies 'Inversa' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. DROOPING NORWAY SPRUCE
474-61 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Picea abies 'Repens' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. CREEPING NORWAY SPRUCE
480-61 Graft from Wm. T. Gotelli. Garden collected.
Picea abies 'Virgata' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. TWIGGY NORWAY SPRUCE
652-26 Plant from Hermann A. Hesse Baumschulen. Garden collected.
88-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea bicolor 'Howell's Dwarf' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. HOWELL'S DWARF ALCOCK'S SPRUCE, HOWELL'S DWARF ALCOCK SPRUCE
228-2003 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
89-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea gemmata Rehder & E.H.Wilson PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. SPRUCE
1062-57 Plant from Holden Arboretum. Garden collected.
Picea glauca (Moench) Voss PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. WHITE SPRUCE, CANADA SPRUCE, SKUNK SPRUCE, CAT SPRUCE, SINGLE SPRUCE
2628-22 Plant from unknown. Unknown collected.
491-80 Plant from David Barnett, The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
136-83 Seed from Montreal Botanic Garden. Wild collected site not noted, Canada. Habitat: damp woods.
95-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
480-2004 Plant from Badger Evergreen Nursery, L.L.C. Garden collected.
1079-2004 Plant from Evensen Nursery Co. Garden collected.
252-2005 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
223-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Picea glauca 'Conica' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. DWARF WHITE SPRUCE, DWARF ALBERTA SPRUCE
1310-23 Plant from John van Gemert, The Morton Arboretum. Unknown collected.
1046-2004 Plant from Shemin Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
1312-2004 Plant from Mariani Nursery. Garden collected.
Picea glauca 'Pendula' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. WEEPING WHITE SPRUCE, WEEPING CANADA SPRUCE, WEEPING SKUNK SPRUCE, WEEPING CAT SPRUCE, WEEPING SINGLE SPRUCE
868-58 Plant from D. Hill Nursery Co. Garden collected near Guelph, Ontario Province, Canada.
1049-2004 Plant from Shemin Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
91-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea glehnii (F.Schmidt) Mast. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. SAKHALIN SPRUCE
579-65 Graft from Highland Botanical Park, County of Monroe Department of Parks. Garden collected.
40-86 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected, Japan.
137-87 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. From plant of known wild origin collected, Japan.
Picea jezoensis var. hondoensis (Mayr) Rehder PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. HONSHU SPRUCE
134-59 Seed from Botanical Garden of Osaka City University. Garden collected.
Picea jezoensis 'Landis' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. LANDIS YEDDO SPRUCE
92-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea koyamai Shiras. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. KOYAMA SPRUCE
138-45 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
126-65 Seed from Arboretum des Barres et Fruticetum Vilmorinianum. Garden collected.
138-87 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. From plant of known wild origin collected by Claude E. Heit at Mt. Yatu, Japan.
251-93 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected site not specified, China (Zhonghua).
456-96 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson at Yatanga-dake, Shinano, Hondo Island, Japan.
Picea mariana 'Nana' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. DWARF BLACK SPRUCE
44-2007 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Picea maximowiczii Regel ex Mast. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 7. JAPANESE BUSH SPRUCE
167-52 Graft from Westtown Arboretum. Garden collected.
279-53 Cutting from Westtown Arboretum. Garden collected.
Picea meyeri Rehder & E.H.Wilson PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. MEYER'S SPRUCE
302-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in upland spruce-larch-poplar-birch forest.
393-2001 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: wet upland woods.
Picea orientalis 'Compacta' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. COMPACT ORIENTAL SPRUCE
97-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea orientalis 'Skylands' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. SKYLANDS ORIENTAL SPRUCE, SKYLANDS DWARF GOLDEN ORIENTAL SPRUCE
98-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea pungens 'Glauca Pendula' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. WEEPING BLUE SPRUCE
571-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea pungens 'Glauca Procumbens' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. PROSTRATE BLUE SPRUCE, PROCUMBENT BLUE SPRUCE
99-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea pungens 'Globosa' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE
261-2005 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
71-2006 Plant from Bountiful Farms. Garden collected.
Picea pungens 'Walnut Glen' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. WALNUT GLEN BLUE SPRUCE
100-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea retroflexa Mast. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 7. GREEN DRAGON SPRUCE
457-96 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson near Tachien-lu, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua).
Picea schrenkiana Fisch. & C.A.Mey. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. SCHRENK'S SPRUCE, ASIAN SPRUCE, SCHRENK SPRUCE
679-57 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
117-66 Seed from Conservatoire et Jardins Botaniques de Nancy. Garden collected.
Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carriere PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 7. SITKA SPRUCE
453-51 Graft from Westtown Arboretum. Garden collected.
525-2001 Seed from Washington Park Arboretum University of Washington. Wild collected by unknown 300 m. north of Point Partridge lighthouse, Fort Ebay State Park, Island County, Washington. Habitat: coniferous forest on w-facing coastal bluffs & hills adjacent to Puget Sound on clay to silty clay soils.
Picea torano (Siebold ex K.Koch) Koehne PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. TIGERTAIL SPRUCE, JAPANESE SPRUCE
1916-25 Seed from Main Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
2178-26 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
561-38 Plant from U.S.D.A. Garden collected.
308-2006 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Picea wilsonii Mast. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. WILSON'S SPRUCE
20-46 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
860-58 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
497-61 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
142-87 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
24-2005 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition Ningxi Preserve, Caiziping Forest Station, enroute to Qi Shi Yi Gong Li, Shou Yang Shan, Ankang District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: dry rocky slope in full sun among boulders; 45% SW slope;.
Pinus aristata Engelm. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. ROCKY MOUNTAIN BRISTLECONE PINE
365-46 Plant from Plumfield Garden Center. Garden collected.
Pinus armandii Franch. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 7. CHINESE WHITE PINE
414-35 Seed from Hortus Botanicus Academia Sinica. Garden collected by unknown.
336-2002 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition. Wild collected near Heng He Forestry Center, Heng He Zhen, Yang Cheng County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: garden.
Pinus echinata Mill. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. SHORTLEAF PINE, ARKANSAS PINE, SOUTHERN PINE
1177-2004 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2004 Ozark Expedition. Wild collected Pickle Springs Conservation Area, bald lookout on trail, St. Genevieve County, Missouri. Habitat: LaMotte sandstone outcrop/bluff, marl derived from LaMotte sandstone, 10-20% nw-slope.
Pinus flexilis 'Cesarini Blue' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. CESARINI BLUE LIMBER PINE
105-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Pinus mugo Turra PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. MUGO PINE, MOUNTAIN PINE, SCRUB MOUNTAIN PINE
750-56 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
273-74 Plant from Swanson Brothers Nursery. Garden collected.
138-78 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Garden collected.
282-79 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Spiseke Rudohorie, Trestnik, Czechoslovakia.
4-95 Seed from Arboretum Simeria. Wild collected in Retezat National Park in the Transylvanian Alps, Hunedoara District, Romania.
Pinus mugo 'Bubikopf' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. BUBIKOPF MUGO PINE
316-2006 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Pinus peuce 'Arnold Dwarf' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. ARNOLD DWARF BALKAN PINE, ARNOLD DWARF MACEDONIAN PINE
207-2006 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Pinus ponderosa Douglas ex P.Lawson & C.Lawson PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. PONDEROSA PINE
573-47 Seed from A. G. Johnson. Wild collected in the Coronado National Forest near Tucson, Arizona.
291-65 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected site not noted, Lawrence County, South Dakota.
220-77 Plant from Vans Pines, Inc. Garden collected.
450-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along NE-2 in the west end of the Nebraska National Forest about 9 mi. south of Crawford in Bryan Canyon, Dawes County, Nebraska. Habitat: sandy roadside.
628-81 Seed from Beal-Garfield Botanic Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected thin stand atop a small butte, Yellowstone County, Montana.
446-86 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
225-91 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter van der Linden & Ed Hedborn Nature Conservancy Niobrara Valley Preserve, 17 mi. north of Johnstown, north side of river, east of bridge, Keya Paha County, Nebraska. Habitat: on a steep, s-facing, dry bluff top.
253-97 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
117-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Pinus pumila 'Jeddeloh' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. JEDDELOH JAPANESE STONE PINE, JEDDELOH DWARF STONE PINE
321-2006 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Pinus pungens Lamb. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 7. TABLE MOUNTAIN PINE, HICKORY PINE, MOUNTAIN PINE, PRICKLY PINE, SQUIRREL PINE
255-86 Seed from Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Wild collected 3.1 km. east of Mount Mitchell, McDowell County, North Carolina. Habitat: exposed ridges.
Pinus resinosa Aiton PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. RED PINE
1804-25 Plant from Michigan State Forest Nursery. Garden collected.
638-40 Plant from State of Illinois Department of Conservation State Division of Forestry. Garden collected.
674-42 Plant from State of Illinois Department of Conservation State Division of Forestry. Garden collected.
159-75 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected west side of the Fox River across from Sheridan, La Salle County, Illinois. Habitat: river bluff.
447-86 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
255-93 Plant from Richard Eyre, Foxwillow Pines. From plant of known wild origin collected west side of the Fox River across from Sheridan, La Salle County, Illinois. Habitat: on edge of cliff on exposed bedrock.
207-97 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Richard Young & Peter van der Linden opposite Sheridan, La Salle County, Illinois. Habitat: sandstone bluff top west side of Fox River along County highway bridge.
119-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Pinus rigida Mill. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. PITCH PINE
1297-22 Plant from L. E. Williams Nursery Co. Garden collected.
488-80 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected New Jersey Pine Barrens, along Backerville Road, Ocean County, New Jersey. Habitat: Bog edges.
365-U unknown. Garden collected.
Pinus sibirica Mayr PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. SIBIRIAN PINE
190-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum in Katunsky Mountain Range of the Altai Mountains south of Tujngur village, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: in shrub-stone steppe on southe-facing slope.
Pinus strobus 'Greg' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 4. GREG EASTERN WHITE PINE, GREG'S FORM EASTERN WHITE PINE
117-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Pinus strobus 'Pendula' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. WEEPING EASTERN WHITE PINE
443-37 Plant from George L. Ehrle. Garden collected.
538-2004 Plant from David Listerman & Associates. Garden collected.
Pinus sylvestris L. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. SCOTS PINE, SCOTCH PINE
2345-24 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
1822-25 Seed from Conyers B. Fleu, Jr., C. B. FLEU N. Garden collected.
699-28 Seed from Conyers B. Fleu, Jr., C. B. FLEU N. Garden collected.
275-30 Seed from Johannes Rafn & Son. Garden collected.
242-60 Seed from Siberian Botanical Garden of Tomsk State University. Garden collected.
219-77 Plant from Vans Pines, Inc. Garden collected.
469-80 Seed from Institut for dendrologi og planteskoledrift Norges landbrukshogskole (pre-1986). Wild collected Hordeland: Roldal, Norway.
279-81 Seed from Botanical Garden and Museum, University of Oslo. Wild collected Akershus, Baerum, Kalvoga, Norway.
307-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: cold temperate region of NE China.
213-82 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Wild collected Luhanka, Hakanen, Etela-Hame Province, Finland.
273-88 Seed from John Silba. Wild collected site not noted, Mongolia.
57-90 Plant from Zelenka Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
221-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum along the Katun River a few km. south of Chemal, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: on rock outcrop on a sw-facing slope in meadow.
73-2006 Plant from Bountiful Farms. Garden collected.
121-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Pinus sylvestris 'Gold Coin' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. GOLD COIN SCOTS PINE
312-2006 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Pinus sylvestris var. hamata Steven PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 2. HAMATA PINE
7-2002 Seed from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by unknown at Kartli, surrounding Tbilisi vil. Betania, Georgia. Habitat: mixed forest.
Pinus sylvestris 'Hillside Creeper' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. HILLSIDE CREEPER SCOTS PINE
118-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Pinus sylvestris 'Sherwood' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 3. SHERWOOD SCOTS PINE
119-2005 Plant from Rich's Foxwillow Pines. Garden collected.
Pinus tabulaeformis Hort. ex Carriere PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE HARD PINE
181-83 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Garden collected.
50-85 Seed from Missouri Botanical Gardens. Wild collected by Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy from an unspecified site, Ning Cheng County, Nei Mongol Zizhiqu Autonomous Region, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: cinnamon soil and wind-blown sand soil.
350-86 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Pinus thunbergii Parl. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE BLACK PINE, BLACK PINE
10-2007 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Barry Yinger along road in northwest corner of Taeyonpyong Island. Ongjin Gun. Sonnim Myon., Kyonggi-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: dry sunny, cut-over hillside within sight of ocean taeyonpyong.
Pinus virginiana Mill. PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. VIRGINIA PINE
379-47 Plant from A. G. Johnson. Garden collected.
Platycarya strobilacea Siebold & Zucc. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 6. WINGNUT
552-96 Seed from Magnolia Society c/o Mr. Ray Tessmer, seed chairman. Wild collected around Chollipo, Sowon-Myon, Taean-Gun, South Ch'ungch'ong Province, Republic of Korea.
Platycladus orientalis (L.) Franco CUPRESSACEAE - CYPRESS FAMILY
USDA 6. ORIENTAL ARBORVITAE
168-53 Seed from Missouri Botanical Gardens. Wild collected by D. P. Kirkham, Missouri Botanical Gardens Po-un, North Ch'ungch'ong Province, Republic of Korea.
521-55 Plant from U.S.D.A., Plant Introduction Station/Garden. Garden collected in Parliamentary Gardens in Kabul, Afghanistan.
117-88 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected vicinity of Beijing (Peking), China (Zhonghua).
289-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near summit of Tien Long Shan (Mountain of the Heavenly Dragons) near Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua).
262-2002 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by Tiecheng Cui, Xian Botanical Garden Kangjiaping, Ningxi Forest Preserve, Ningshan County, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on 5 deg. n-facing slope.
Polygonatum biflorum (Walter) Elliott (HERBACEOUS) RUSCACEAE - LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY FAMILY
USDA 3. SOLOMON'S SEAL
486-96 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Polygonatum biflorum var. commutatum (Schult. & Schult.f.) Morong (HERBACEOUS) RUSCACEAE - LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY FAMILY
USDA 4. GREATER SOLOMON'S SEAL, SOLOMON'S SEAL
981-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Polygonatum humile Maxim. (HERBACEOUS) RUSCACEAE - LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY FAMILY
USDA 5. DWARF SOLOMON'S SEAL, SOLOMON'S SEAL
163-96 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Polygonatum odoratum (Mill.) Druce (HERBACEOUS) RUSCACEAE - LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY FAMILY
USDA 4. FRAGRANT SOLOMON'S SEAL
443-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected on Yunmeng Shan (Dense Cloud Mountain), Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in dense shade in woods at the base of a n-facing slope in rich organic soils well above stream bed.
Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum' (HERBACEOUS) RUSCACEAE - LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY FAMILY
USDA 4. VARIEGATED FRAGRANT SOLOMON'S SEAL
499-96 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Polygonum affine 'Border Jewel' POLYGONACEAE - BUCKWHEAT FAMILY
USDA 4. BORDER JEWEL HIMALAYAN FLEECE FLOWER
281-2001 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Polystichum acrostichoides (Michx.) Schott (HERBACEOUS) DRYOPTERIDACEAE - WOOD FERN FAMILY
USDA 4. CHRISTMAS FERN, DAGGER FERN
309-95 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
420-96 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Pontederia cordata L. (HERBACEOUS) PONTEDERIACEAE - PICKEREL WEED FAMILY
USDA 3 - 11. PICKEREL-WEED, PICKERELWEED
1408-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Populus alba L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 3. WHITE POPLAR
1336-22 Plant from Naperville Nurseries. Garden collected.
246-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
57-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
124-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Populus angustifolia James SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 3. NARROW-LEAVED COTTONWOOD, NARROWLEAF COTTONWOOD
83-93 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by Richard Hootman along NM 161 just east of exit 22 off I-25, 0.5 mile south of Watrous, Mora County, New Mexico. Habitat: wetland.
Populus x canescens (Aiton) Sm. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. GRAY POPLAR
411-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Populus deltoides Marshall SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 2. EASTERN COTTONWOOD
378-71 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
377-83 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected west side of Lake Defiance in Moraine Hills State Park, Mc Henry County, Illinois.
221-90 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
125-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Populus grandidentata Michx. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 3. BIG-TOOTHED ASPEN, BIGTOOTH ASPEN
153-89 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected along the northwest fenceline of Fisher Field Research Area of the Morton Arboretum, Du Page County, Illinois. Habitat: fencerow.
126-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Populus heterophylla L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. SWAMP COTTONWOOD
144-91 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden along north side of Kankakee River in Momence Wetlands State Preserve, Kankakee County, Illinois. Habitat: floodplain forest.
Populus koreana Rehder SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN POPLAR
619-72 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
212-96 Plant from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition at Ping Shan, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: disturbed woodland.
562-2000 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Populus maximowiczii Henry SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE POPLAR
35-88 Plant from Randy Smith, University of Wisconsin. Garden collected.
156-92 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
118-96 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Liaoning Province, China (Zhonghua).
Populus sargentii Dode SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. PLAINS COTTONWOOD
851-56 Cutting from Robert E. Moore, Glenmore Arboretum. Garden collected.
302-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Populus tremuloides Michx. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 1. QUAKING ASPEN, AMERICAN ASPEN, GOLDEN ASPEN, POPPLE, TREMBLING ASPEN, TREMBLING POPLAR
374-83 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected just south of Beaver Creek, Boone County, Illinois. Habitat: fencerow.
668-2004 Plant from Garden Prairie Nursery. Garden collected.
557-2005 Plant from Mariani Landscape/Design Build Maintenance. Garden collected.
Potentilla fruticosa 'UMan' Patent 12258 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. MANGO TANGOÔ
462-2004 Plant from Acorn Farms. Garden collected.
238-2006 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Prinsepia sinensis (Oliv.) Oliv. ex Bean ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. CHERRY PRINSEPIA
726-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
27-92 Seed from Forest Botanical Garden of Heilongjiang Province. Garden collected.
238-93 Seed from Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan. From plant of known wild origin collected from Ussuri Reserve Research Station, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia.
Prunus americana Marshall ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. WILD PLUM
544-64 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Floyd A. Swink in Red Rock Park in Denver, Colorado.
556-74 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Richard R. Wason from the east woods (King's Grove) of the Morton Arboretum, Du Page County, Illinois.
739-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn 3/4 mi. S. of Lake Le-Aqua-Na State Park, Stephenson County, Illinois.
202-94 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
391-2000 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
1050-2005 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery. Garden collected.
Prunus angustifolia Marshall ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHICKASAW PLUM
843-80 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark 0.4 mi east of Baxter Co. line, Stone County, Arkansas. Habitat: wild pop. along AR 14 R.O.W..
Prunus armeniaca var. ansu Maxim. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. APRICOT
131-60 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Prunus avium L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. SWEET CHERRY, MAZZARD CHERRY
351-61 Plant from Edward H. Scanlon & Assoc. Garden collected.
202-83 Seed from Bereich Botanik und Arboretum des Museums fur Naturkunde der Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin. Wild collected Dermbach/Rn. Bad Salzungen, Suhl District, German Democratic Republic.
496-84 Seed from Botanic Garden of Sofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski'. Wild collected diverse regions, Bulgaria.
Prunus 'Berry' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. CASCADE SNOWÔ
150-2005 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Prunus besseyi Bailey ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. WESTERN SAND CHERRY
531-96 Division from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected 8 mi. south of Keota at Pawnee Buttes, Pawnee National Grassland, Weld County, Colorado.
Prunus buergeriana Miq. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE BIRD CHERRY
111-81 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Wild collected near Oshino-Mura, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Prunus fruticosa Pall. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. GROUND CHERRY
182-97 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected Prioksko-Terrasny State Nature Preserve near Oka R. 100 km south of Moscow, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: most northern steppe near the taiga.
Prunus grayana Maxim. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE BIRD CHERRY
112-81 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Wild collected near Oshino-mura, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
157-86 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Prunus incana (Pall.) Batsch ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. WILLOW CHERRY
247-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Prunus incisa Thunb. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. FUJI CHERRY
113-81 Seed from Aritaki Arboretum. Wild collected near Oshino-mura, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
150-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected near Oshino-mura, Yamanashi-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Prunus insititia L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. DAMSON, BULLACE
140-89 Seed from Research Institute of Ecology and Botany Hungarian Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden. Wild collected in the Eperjes-Tokaji Mountains, Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen County, Hungary. Habitat: oakwoods and sunny slopes on andesite rocks.
Prunus laurocerasus L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 7. CHERRY-LAUREL
365-93 Cutting from U.S.D.A., Plant Introduction Station/Garden. Wild collected enroute to Tbilisi, Georgian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Prunus maackii Rupr. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. AMUR CHERRY
240-93 Seed from Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan. Wild collected by David Michener, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan along the Smolny River south of Anisimovka village, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: from rich deciduous and coniferous forests.
299-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along rocky edge of road along stream on 45 degree slope.
33-2007 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Prunus mahaleb L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. MAHALEB CHERRY
85-79 Seed from Jardin Botanique. Wild collected, Haute-Savoie Department, France.
161-83 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Haute-Savoie Department, France.
Prunus maximowiczii Rupr. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. MIYAMA CHERRY
400-38 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Garden collected.
290-95 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
35-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Okaya City west of Tokyo, Nagano-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Prunus munsoniana Wight & Hedrick ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. WILD GOOSE PLUM
185-66 Plant from Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest The Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation. Wild collected site not noted, Kentucky.
Prunus padus L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. EURASIAN BIRD CHERRY, BIRD CHERRY, EUROPEAN BIRD CHERRY, MAY DAY SHRUB, MAY DAY TREE, MAY TREE
355-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph F. Rock in Maerhku valley, China (Zhonghua).
Prunus pensylvanica L.f. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. PIN CHERRY
527-80 Seed from Montreal Botanic Garden. Wild collected site not noted, Canada.
Prunus sargentii Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SARGENT'S CHERRY
1956-28 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
673-59 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
684-59 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
20-86 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by near Morioka from ground of Tohoku Branch of the Forest Experiment Station, Iwate Prefecture, Tohoku-chiho Region, Japan.
68-2003 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
Prunus sargentii 'Columnaris' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. COLUMNAR SARGENT'S CHERRY, COLUMNAR SARGENT CHERRY
151-2005 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Prunus sargentii 'JFS-KW58' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. PINK FLAIRÒ
152-2005 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Prunus sargentii 'Rancho' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. RANCHO SARGENT'S CHERRY
34-2007 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Prunus serotina Ehrh. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. BLACK CHERRY, WILD BLACK CHERRY
725-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 3 m. N. of Plainfield on W. side of DuPage R. at ll9th St., Will County, Illinois.
127-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Prunus spinosa L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SLOE, BLACKTHORN
28-83 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat. Wild collected at Martinsroda/Orlamunde, Gera District, German Democratic Republic.
162-83 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected various sites in Geneve/Valais cantons, Switzerland or Ain dept., France (exact sites not noted), France.
112-84 Seed from Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Floriculture & Horticultural Sciences. Wild collected near Lenstad on Oland Island, Kalmar County, Sweden.
Prunus ssiori F.Schmidt ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. CHERRY
248-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected southern Kuril Islands, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Prunus subhirtella 'Pendula' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING HIGAN CHERRY
63-53 Plant from Wyoming Nurseries. Garden collected.
Prunus tenella Batsch ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. DWARF RUSSIAN ALMOND
260-50 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Garden collected.
Prunus triloba Lindl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. FLOWERING ALMOND
1159-57 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
454-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Prunus virginiana L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. CHOKE CHERRY
737-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along Devil's Backbone Road, Ogle County, Illinois.
507-85 Seed from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, La Salle County, Illinois.
Prunus x yedoensis 'Shidare Yoshino' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING YOSHINO CHERRY
566-66 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
199-69 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Pendula' PINACEAE - PINE FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING DOUGLAS-FIR
67-2003 Plant from Charles J. Fiore Company, Inc. Garden collected.
Pterocarya hupehensis Skan JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 6. HUPEH WINGNUT
95-87 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected Qinling Mountain, northeastern section, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mountain.
Pterocarya rhoifolia Siebold & Zucc. JUGLANDACEAE - WALNUT FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE WINGNUT
167-78 Seed from Botanical Garden, Tohoku University. Garden collected.
Pteroceltis tatarinowii Maxim. CANNABACEAE - HEMP FAMILY
USDA 5. BLUE-SANDALWOOD, PTEROCELTIS, WINGED-HACKBERRY
157-81 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Garden collected.
417-2003 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2002 Shanxi China Expedition Shu Pi Gou, Mang He Zhen, Yang Cheng Xian County, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: mesic mixed deciduous forest on 40 deg. sw-facing slope in rich humus.
Pterostyrax corymbosa Siebold & Zucc. STYRACACEAE - STORAX FAMILY
USDA 7. LITTLE EPAULET TREE
763-54 Seed from Mt. Airy Forest and Arboretum Cincinnati Park Board. Garden collected.
Pterostyrax hispida Siebold & Zucc. STYRACACEAE - STORAX FAMILY
USDA 7. FRAGRANT EPAULET TREE
108-58 Seed from Botanical Gardens, University of Tokyo. Garden collected.
229-78 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat. Garden collected.
36-2008 Seed from Howick Arboretum. Wild collected by Howick Arboretum 2007 Japan Expedition (Brownless, Clark, Jamieson, McNamara & Marrocco) at Yamakita, Kanagawa Province, Japan. Habitat: full sun on dry stony light loam on steep nw-facing mountainside of open broadleaf woodland.
Purshia tridentata (Pursh) DC. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ANTELOPE BRUSH
406-86 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg along US-50, Gunnison County, Colorado. Habitat: dry rangeland.
Pyracantha coccinea M.Roem. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 7. FIRETHORN
829-57 Plant from Alton State Hospital. Garden collected.
683-80 Seed from State Nikita Botanical Gardens. Wild collected in Tauria, Crimean Region, Ukrainian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Pyrus amygdaliformis Vill. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. PEACH-LEAVED PEAR
268-2000 Seed from Orto Botanico dell'Universita Botanical Garden of the University of Siena. Wild collected by unknown Rospatoio/Casciano de Murlo, Siena Province, Italy. Habitat: along wood edges.
Pyrus betulaefolia Bunge ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BIRCH-LEAVED PEAR
38-85 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected in 1917 in northern part, China (Zhonghua).
272-86 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Wild collected northeastern mountains, China (Zhonghua).
Pyrus calleryana Decne. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CALLERY PEAR
922-26 Seed from Chinese Nurseries Ltd. Garden collected.
1641-35 Plant from Ernest J. Palmer. Garden collected.
575-66 Graft from Peavy Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by unknown central, China (Zhonghua).
39-85 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected in 1917 from central part, China (Zhonghua).
Pyrus calleryana 'Cambridge' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. CAMBRIDGE CALLERY PEAR
153-2005 Plant from J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. Garden collected.
Pyrus calleryana 'Trinity' Patent 4530 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. TRINITY CALLERY PEAR
210-2004 Plant from A. Brown & Sons Nursery. Garden collected.
Pyrus communis L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. COMMON PEAR
460-64 Graft from Mel Westwood, Oregon State University. Garden collected.
264-83 Seed from Kaunas Botanical Garden of the Botanical Institute. Wild collected in Iesia River Nature Reservation near Kaunas, Lithuanian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
606-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of Academy of Sciences of Armenian S.S.R. Wild collected, Armenian S.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: Vegetatio ruderalis.
Pyrus 'Edgewood' Patent 10151 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. EDGEWOOD PEAR
235-2006 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Pyrus elaeagrifolia Pall. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. OLEASTER PEAR
215-90 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
312-2003 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by C. G. Woodbridge at Cankaya, Turkey.
Pyrus fauriei 'Westwood' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. KOREAN SUNÔ
236-2006 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Pyrus pashia D.Don ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. HIMALAYAN PEAR
2337-26 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Wild collected by Joseph F. Rock banks of Peshwekiang, Wantsang gomba, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: arid gorges.
284-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph F. Rock banks of Peshwekiang, Wantsang gomba, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: arid gorges.
225-98 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Joseph F. Rock along Tao River near Choniku valley, China (Zhonghua).
Pyrus pyraster Burgsd. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. WILD PEAR
89-72 Plant from U.S.D.A., Plant Introduction Station/Garden. Wild collected by unknown, Macedonia Republic, Yugoslavia.
Pyrus salicifolia Pall. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. WILLOW-LEAVED PEAR
141-89 Seed from Research Institute of Ecology and Botany Hungarian Academy of Sciences Botanical Garden. Wild collected in Noravank valley, Armenian S.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: xeric, themophilous bush & open wood on volcanic slopes.
Pyrus serrulata Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. PEAR
443-72 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson at Ichang, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua).
151-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson at Ichang, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua).
Pyrus ussuriensis Maxim. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. USSURIAN PEAR, HARBIN PEAR
2490-22 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University from an unspecified site, Country Unknown.
2497-22 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Country Unknown.
1928-23 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University from an unspecified site (Champali?), Country Unknown.
1931-23 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Japan.
511-25 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
1565-25 Seed from Munden Botanic Institute. Garden collected.
2367-26 Seed from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
942-35 Graft from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
464-64 Graft from Mel Westwood, Oregon State University. From plant of known wild origin collected by Frank N. Meyer, United States Department of Agriculture at Lowanyu, near Tsunhwachow in former Chihli Province, Hebei Province, China (Zhonghua).
118-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected near Raeonash, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
152-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
153-83 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
216-90 Bud from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson from an unspecified site, Country Unknown.
290-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Ernest H. Wilson.
291-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Ernest H. Wilson.
293-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson from an unspecified site (Champali?), Country Unknown.
294-93 Graft from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson from an unspecified site, Country Unknown.
341-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: disturbed woodland edge.
133-U Unknown from unknown. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ernest H. Wilson, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.
Pyrus ussuriensis 'MorDak' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. PRAIRIE GEMÒ
237-2006 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Quercus dalechampii Ten. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 7. ITALIAN OAK, DALECHAMP'S OAK
286-97 Seed from Guy Sternberg, Starhill Forest Arboretum. Wild collected in Zemplen Mountains, Edobeluge Nord 3 km., Hungary.
Quercus gambelii Nutt. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. GAMBEL'S OAK, GAMBEL OAK
556-32 Seed from Central Experimental Farm Botanical Garden and Arboretum Ottawa Research Station, Ornamentals Section. Garden collected.
145-75 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected, Tiller County, Colorado.
488-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn from Price Canyon near US-6, Carbon County, Utah. Habitat: upper canyon slopes.
Quercus georgiana M.A.Curtis FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 6. STONE MOUNTAIN OAK, GEORGIA OAK
49-2002 Seed from Guy Sternberg, Starhill Forest Arboretum. Wild collected by unknown on Stone Mountain, De Kalb County, Georgia.
Quercus hartwissiana Stev. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 6. HARTWISS' OAK
27-95 Seed from Aytekin Ertas, Istanbul University Orman Fakultesi Silvikultur Ara Bilim Dah. Wild collected by unknown on the northwest Black Sea area near Yenice Cit dere, Zonguldak Province, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
Quercus ilicifolia Wangenh. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. BEAR OAK, SCRUB OAK
260-93 Plant from Reeseville Ridge Nursery. Wild collected in the southeastern part of Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia.
Quercus mongolica Fisch. ex Turcz. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. MONGOLIAN OAK
343-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yunmeng Shan (Dense Cloud Mountain), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on n-facing slope in dry loose friable soil.
403-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: on 15 degree n-facing slope in river valley.
Quercus muhlenbergii Engelm. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINKAPIN OAK, CHINQUAPIN OAK, YELLOW CHESTNUT OAK
313-29 Plant from Charles C. Deam. Garden collected.
661-32 Plant from Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Garden collected.
704-46 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Roy M. Nordine site not noted, Indiana.
570-78 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Connor B. Shaw in campground north of the Kankakee River under spont. plants 1/2 mile west of the Kankakee Co. line, Will County, Illinois.
843-79 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected from Kankakee River State Park, Kankakee County, Illinois.
549-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn in Oswego Cemetery, Kendall County, Illinois.
550-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along the Fox River in Silver Springs State Park, Kendall County, Illinois. Habitat: floodplain.
587-83 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Pat Kelsey & Ed Hedborn near the Burlington Northern Railroad at Millington, Kendall County, Illinois. Habitat: wet, marshy area.
438-86 Plant from Alice Burkman. Wild collected near Plano, Kendall County, Illinois.
122-88 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Garden collected.
215-91 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden 8 mi. east of Nebraska City, south of IA 2, on top of east bluff overlooking Missouri River in Waubonsie State Park, Fremont County, Iowa. Habitat: loess hill ridge top black, bur, chinquapin oak savanna.
220-91 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden 1.4-2 mi. south of Rulo in Nature Conservancy Rulo Bluffs Preserve, Richardson County, Nebraska. Habitat: n-facing, ridgetop, hill prairie.
65-92 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by Ken Konsis from a spontaneous tree in Forest Glen County Preserve near Westville, Vermilion County, Illinois.
474-2001 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Kunso Kim & Ed Hedborn in Warren Dunes State Park, east side of youth campground, Berrien County, Michigan. Habitat: dry sandy soil, back-dune open savanna.
1089-2004 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. DURMAST OAK, SESSILE OAK
35-90 Seed from Lesny Zaklad Doswiadczalny Arboretum Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, Ak. Rosnicza w Warszawie. Wild collected on grounds of Lesny Zaklad Doswiadczalny Arboretum, Poland.
257-2004 Seed from Arboretum Novy Dvur Slezske semske muzeum Opava Arboretum Novy Dvur of Silezian Museum in Opava. Wild collected by unknown in Jesenicke podhuri Mts. at Lhotka village, near Hranice na Morave, Prerov District, North Moravia Region, Czech Republic. Habitat: mountains.
498-2005 Plant from Guy Sternberg, Starhill Forest Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected near Alten Eichen Hospital, Hamburg, Schelswig-Holstein, Hamburg State, Germany.
Quercus polycarpa Schur FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 6. OAK
258-2004 Seed from Arboretum Novy Dvur Slezske semske muzeum Opava Arboretum Novy Dvur of Silezian Museum in Opava. Wild collected by unknown in Jesenicke podhuri Mts. at Lhotka village, near Hranice na Morave, Prerov District, North Moravia Region, Czech Republic. Habitat: mountains.
Quercus prinoides Willd. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. DWARF CHINKAPIN OAK
742-51 Seed from Julian Steyermark, Field Museum of Natural History. Wild collected northwestern section, Missouri.
768-54 Seed from Everett C. Logue. Wild collected from State College grounds, Pennsylvania.
218-77 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
326-99 Plant from Nebraska Statewide Arboretum. Wild collected in the Rock Creek bluffs, 3 miles south of Salem, Richardson County, Nebraska. Habitat: bluff top.
120-2001 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected by unknown southwest of Salem, Richardson County, Iowa.
Quercus shumardii var. schneckii (Britton) Sarg. FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 5. SCHNECK'S OAK
576-40 Plant from University of Kentucky. Wild collected, Union County, Kentucky.
1219-40 Seed from F. N. B. Agrelius, Kansas State Teachers College. Garden collected.
215-51 Plant from Siebenthaler Nursery, The Siebenthaler Co. Garden collected.
Quercus wutaishanica Mayr FAGACEAE - BEECH FAMILY
USDA 6. WUTAI MOUNTAIN OAK, EAST-LIAONING OAK, LIAODUNG OAK, LIAOTONG OAK, LIAOTUNG OAK
265-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected Pangquangou Nature Protection Area, Luliang Shan (Luliang Mountains), Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: roadside through upland forest.
333-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on steep rocky embankments.
852-2005 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 2005 Gansu China Expedition. Wild collected at Xian Jia Wan, Kang Le Shen County, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: edge of cultivated field above road; full sun 45 deg NE slope, deep rich loam.
Rhamnus erythroxyloides Hoffmanns. RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 6. PALLAS'S BUCKTHORN
147-81 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Caucasus Mts., Mt. Mashuk, above Pyatigorsk, U.S.S.R. Habitat: Xeric meadow.
487-82 Plant from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected N. Caucasus region, Pyatigorsk, Mt. Maschuk, U.S.S.R.
Rhamnus parvifolia Bunge RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 5. LITTLE-LEAVED BUCKTHORN, LITTLELEAF BUCKTHORN
299-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near Pangquangou Preserve entrance, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: disturbed open site.
Rhamnus saxatilis Jacq. RHAMNACEAE - BUCKTHORN FAMILY
USDA 6. ROCK BUCKTHORN
208-62 Seed from Belvedere Botanical Garden. Wild collected near Hainburg, Lower Austria State, Austria.
Rhododendron 'April Mist' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4B. APRIL MIST RHODODENDRON
103-2004 Plant from Klehm's Song Sparrow Farm and Nursery. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Besse Howells' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. BESSE HOWELLS RHODODENDRON
129-2001 Plant from DeGrandchamps Farms. Garden collected.
Rhododendron brachycarpum D.Don ex G.Don ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. FUJIYAMA RHODODENDRON
7-98 Seed from Peter Podaras. Wild collected by Heronswood/Cobblewood 1997 Japan/Korea Expedition Heronswood Nursery, Ltd. between 37 d. 47' 53.9" N., 128 d. 34' 11.6 " E and 37 d. 49' 29.0" N. 128 d. 34' 40.4" E., Kangwon-do Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: along roadside.
Rhododendron 'Calsap' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. CALSAP RHODODENDRON
136-2001 Plant from Rosebay Nursery. Garden collected.
281-2006 Plant from American Rhododendron Society, Midwest Chapter. Garden collected.
Rhododendron catawbiense f. album (Glass) Rehder ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. WHITE CATAWBA RHODODENDRON
567-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Conemaugh' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. CONEMAUGH RHODODENDRON
354-67 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Rhododendron dauricum L. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. DAHURIAN RHODODENDRON
241-93 Seed from Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan. Wild collected by David Michener, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan near summit of Furugelmas Island, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: in low mixed woods in a fog belt.
343-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected above Jiang Po Lake, at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: scrub community on rocky cliff.
Rhododendron 'Daviesii' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. DAVIES AZALEA
154-67 Plant from Oliver Nurseries. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'English Roseum' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. ENGLISH ROSEUM RHODODENDRON
43-68 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Faisa' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. FAISA RHODODENDRON
282-2006 Plant from American Rhododendron Society, Midwest Chapter. Garden collected.
Rhododendron flavum (Hoffm.) G.Don ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. PONTIC AZALEA
451-60 Seed from Botanical Garden of the University of Amsterdam. Garden collected.
235-62 Plant from Kallay Brothers Company. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Hino-crimson' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. HINO-CRIMSON AZALEA
285-2006 Plant from American Rhododendron Society, Midwest Chapter. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Janet Blair' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. JANET BLAIR RHODODENDRON
340-67 Plant from Warren Baldsiefen. Garden collected.
432-2004 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
528-2005 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Rhododendron japonicum (A.Gray) J.V.Suringar ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE AZALEA
450-60 Seed from Botanical Garden of the University of Amsterdam. Garden collected.
Rhododendron micranthum Turcz. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. MANCHURIAN RHODODENDRON
753-27 Plant from Harlan P. Kelsey Nursery Co. Garden collected.
47-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
182-83 Seed from Beijing Botanical Garden, Botanical Institute of the Chinese Academy. Garden collected.
433-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
290-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected near summit of Tien Long Shan (Mountain of the Heavenly Dragons) near Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China (Zhonghua).
360-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Zhaung Ke (Old Village), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun, in seasonally dry stream-deposited soils.
397-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Guang Ri Tuo (Hill Where Sunrise is Seen), Xiao Long Meng Forest Preserve, Dongling Shan, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: near ridgetop in very dry soils on steep nw-facing slope.
Rhododendron 'Mrs. Charles S. Sargent' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. MRS. CHARLES S. SARGENT RHODODENDRON
166-57 Plant from Fairview Evergreen Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Rhododendron mucronulatum Turcz. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. KOREAN RHODODENDRON
752-27 Plant from Harlan P. Kelsey Nursery Co. Garden collected.
430-57 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
85-58 Seed from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
128-81 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected on Mt. Shiratake on Tsushima Island, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyushu-chiho Region, Japan.
338-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yunmeng Shan (Dense Cloud Mountain), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on north facing, dry rocky slope.
Rhododendron x myrtifolium Lodd. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. MYRTLE RHODODENDRON
434-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Nova Zembla' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. NOVA ZEMBLA RHODODENDRON
137-2001 Plant from Rosebay Nursery. Garden collected.
Rhododendron nudiflorum (L.) Torr. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. PINXTER FLOWER, PINK AZALEA
86-99 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected at Adkins Arboretum, Caroline County, Maryland.
Rhododendron occidentale (Torr. & Gray) Gray ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 7. WESTERN AZALEA
788-60 Plant from Andrew T. Leiser, Purdue University Department of Horticulture. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Parsons Gloriosum' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. PARSONS GLORIOSUM RHODODENDRON
361-67 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'P.J.M.' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. P.J.M. RHODODENDRON
47-68 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
322-2004 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'P.J.M. Compacta' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. P.J.M. COMPACTA RHODODENDRON
464-2008 Plant from D. Hill Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'P.J.M. Elite' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. P.J.M. ELITE RHODODENDRON
465-2008 Plant from D. Hill Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Roseum Elegans' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. ROSE ELEGANT RHODODENDRON, ROSEUM ELEGANS RHODODENDRON
5-68 Plant from Linderman's Chesterton Nurseries. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Roseum Superbum' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. ROSEUM SUPERBUM RHODODENDRON
44-68 Plant from Klehm Nursery. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Scarlet Romance' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. SCARLET ROMANCE RHODODENDRON
286-2006 Plant from American Rhododendron Society, Midwest Chapter. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Scintillation' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. SCINTILLATION RHODODENDRON
433-2004 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
526-2005 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Rhododendron viscosum (L.) Torr. ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 4. SWAMP AZALEA
278-94 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected, Suffolk County, New York.
Rhododendron yedoense Maxim. ex Regel ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 5. YODOGAWA AZALEA
802-27 Plant from Harlan P. Kelsey Nursery Co. Garden collected.
Rhododendron 'Zuiderzee' ERICACEAE - HEATH FAMILY
USDA 6. ZUIDERZEE RHODODENDRON
252-71 Plant from Royer Greenhouses. Garden collected.
Rhodotypos scandens (Thunb.) Makino ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. JETBEAD
775-41 Plant from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
287-68 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
485-75 Plant from Linderman's Chesterton Nurseries. Garden collected.
271-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
232-94 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
521-96 Plant from Heronswood Nursery. Garden collected.
661-2004 Plant from Klyn Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
145-U Unknown from unknown. Unknown collected.
Rhus chinensis Mill. ANACARDIACEAE - CASHEW FAMILY
USDA 8. CHINESE SUMAC
1023-39 Seed from Botanic Garden, Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University. Garden collected.
180-82 Root Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
35-95 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Wild collected by unknown Baishilazhi Nature Reserve, 35 km north of Kuandian City, Futange, Liaoning Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: clearcut area planted with Larix and selectively cut 2nd growth Acer, Betula, Fraxinus, Quercus forest.
Rhus trichocarpa Miq. ANACARDIACEAE - CASHEW FAMILY
USDA 8. JAPANESE SUMAC
338-78 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected near Tasnoje, Iturup Island, Kuril Island Group, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Ribes alpinum L. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 2. ALPINE CURRANT
400-78 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Wild collected by Pertti Yotila Etela-Hame: Hattula, Parola, Finland.
89-79 Seed from Jardin Botanique. Wild collected Bg-St.-Pierre, France.
579-80 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected Zermatt, Valais Canton, Switzerland.
139-94 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Ribes alpinum 'Spreg' GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 2. GREEN JEANSÔ
1283-2004 Plant from Beaver Creek Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Ribes americanum Mill. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 2. AMERICAN BLACK CURRANT
470-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by W. J. Beal and C. G. Pringle site not noted.
250-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg in Volo Bog northwest of Volo, Lake County, Illinois. Habitat: bog.
519-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn along the Fox River bluff below Oswego Cemetery, Kendall County, Illinois. Habitat: north facing slope.
Ribes aureum Pursh GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 2. GOLDEN CURRANT
46-81 Seed from Washington Park Arboretum University of Washington. Wild collected in Pass Creek Gorge, Custer County, Idaho.
Ribes cynosbati L. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 2. PRICKLY GOOSEBERRY
143-79 Seed from Montreal Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Quebec Province, Canada. Habitat: rocky forests.
Ribes fasciculatum var. chinense Maxim. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE CURRANT
284-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
161-2003 Cutting from The Holden Arboretum. Garden collected by unknown between Satan Dong and Sonae Dong on Taechong Island, Taechong-Myon, Ongjin Gun, Kyonggi Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: edge of clearing in fence row.
Ribes mandshuricum (Maxim.) Komar. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. MANCHURIAN CURRANT
332-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in partial shade in understory well above the stream bed.
400-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Nang Gou (Big South Valley), Xiao Long Meng Forest Preserve, Dongling Shan, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: rich moist organic soils near stream in cool moist valley.
336-2000 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected by at Kaimanovka village, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: mixed coniferous-deciduous forest.
Ribes maximowiczianum Kom. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. MAXIMOWICZ CURRANT
297-97 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1997 Jilin China Expedition. Wild collected, Changbai County, Jilin Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along rocky stream bed.
Ribes missouriense Nutt. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. MISSOURI GOOSEBERRY
740-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn from Rock Cut State Park, Winnebago County, Illinois.
148-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected in the east woods of the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Du Page County, Illinois.
520-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn in Silver Springs State Park, Kendall County, Illinois. Habitat: Degraded sugar maple woods.
397-2000 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
369-2002 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Ribes nigrum L. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. EURASIAN BLACK CURRANT
201-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum on bank of Tuguruk River upstream of the highway bridge about 20 km. from Ust-Koksa (west of), Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: peaty soil,spruce-birch boreal forest,n-facing slope base.
Ribes odoratum H.L.Wendl. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 5. CLOVE CURRANT
1050-35 Plant from Cole Nursery Co. Garden collected.
482-72 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
827-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
509-85 Seed from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Rawlins County, Kansas.
Ribes rubrum L. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 4. RED CURRANT
618-79 Seed from Jardin Botanique de la Ville. Wild collected at Ste. Foy, Cote-d'Or Department, France.
Ribes tenue Jancz. GROSSULARIACEAE - GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. HIMALAYAN CURRANT
940-53 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
288-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
273-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Robinia hispida L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. BRISTLY LOCUST, ROSE ACACIA
294-86 Plant from Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. Wild collected, Cass County, Illinois.
Rosa acicularis Lindl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PRICKLY ROSE
772-79 Seed from Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Altai Mts., U.S.S.R.
216-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum along a road near the base of a slope above the Sema River 10 km. south of Cherga, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: in meadow and pasture.
247-2002 Division from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected, Cook County, Minnesota.
Rosa 'Adelaide Hoodless' Patent 1973 ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. ADELAIDE HOODLESS ROSE
118-2002 Plant from High Country Gardens. Garden collected.
Rosa 'A. MacKenzie' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2B. A. MACKENZIE ROSE, ALEXANDER MACKENZIE ROSE
1025-2005 Plant from Bailey Nurseries, Inc. Garden collected.
Rosa arkansana Porter ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ARKANSAS ROSE, WILD ROSE
371-78 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Sandy edges of Poudre River, 10 mi. NW of Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado.
Rosa arvensis Huds. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. FIELD ROSE
105-91 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l'Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg. Wild collected near Koenigsbruck, Bas-Rhin Department, Alsace Region, France.
Rosa beggeriana Schrenk ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. BEGGER ROSE
677-79 Plant from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
77-95 Division from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected in Central Asia, U.S.S.R.
Rosa bella Rehder & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. SOLITARY ROSE
385-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Mu Chang (Big Trunk Field), Baihua Shan Forest Preserve, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on a slope in woodland understory.
Rosa canina L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. DOG ROSE
170-88 Seed from Ogrod Botaniczny Uniwersytetu Wroclawskiego (University of Wroclaw Botanical Garden). Wild collected Strzyzow, Rzeszow Province, Poland.
114-93 Seed from Hortus Botanicus Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska. Wild collected at Tarnogora k. Izbicy i okolice, Lublin Province, Poland.
Rosa carolina L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PASTURE ROSE
547-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn, Iroquois County, Illinois. Habitat: sandy savannah.
8-84 Seed from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected, Brown County, Illinois.
715-2004 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Rosa corymbifera Borkh. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CORYMB ROSE
38-76 Cutting from Hidden Lake Gardens, Michigan State University, Department of Horticulture. Garden collected.
764-79 Seed from Main Botanical Garden of Kazakh Academy of Sciences. Wild collected in the Karatau Mountain Range, Chimkent Region, Kazakh S.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: mountains.
Rosa 'David Thompson' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. DAVID THOMPSON ROSE
121-92 Plant from Evergreen Nursery Co., Inc. Garden collected.
Rosa giraldii Crep. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. GIRALDI'S ROSE, CHINESE MOUNTAIN ROSE
109-96 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Mai ji, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in shrubbery in mountainy area.
Rosa 'Hansa' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 3. HANSA ROSE, HANSA RUGOSA ROSE
1230-2004 Plant from Garden Prairie Nursery. Garden collected.
116-2007 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Plant Sale. Garden collected.
Rosa helenae Rehder & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. HELEN ROSE
128-83 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected near Muyuping Forest Brigade, near km 73 from Xingshan Xiam, Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: southeast side of watershed divide between Yangtse & Hia Jing Rivers.
157-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected nr Muyuping Forest Brigade, nr km 73 from Xingshan Xiam, Western Hubei Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: SE side of watershed divide bet. Yangtse & Hia Jing rivers.
Rosa henryi Boulenger ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. HENRY'S ROSE
584-2000 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1995 Shaanxi China Expedition on Beiba Forest Station, enroute to remote station, Hanzhong District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: full sun on well-drained soils between large boulders.
Rosa inodora Fr. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SCENTLESS ROSE
162-89 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l'Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg. Wild collected near Dorlisheim, Bas-Rhin Department, Alsace Region, France.
Rosa koreana Komar. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. KOREAN ROSE
400-97 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 1997 Russia Far East Expedition. Wild collected, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia. Habitat: on 45 degree n-facing slope with woody overstory & herbaceous understory, lg. pieces of volcanic? rock at top.
Rosa marginata Wallr. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. MARGINED ROSE
141-91 Seed from Instytut Hodowli I Aklimatyzacji Roslin Ogrod Botaniczyn. Wild collected near Gora, Suwalki Province, Poland.
Rosa micrantha Borrer ex Sm. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. SMALL-LEAVED ROSE
116-90 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l'Universite de Liege. Wild collected near Modave, Liege Province, Belgium.
Rosa mollis Sm. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ROSE
408-78 Seed from National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin. Wild collected by D. Synnott Cortial Lough, Louth, Ireland.
591-80 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki. Wild collected Atwenanmaa, Kumlinge, Skalberg, Finland.
32-99 Seed from Agder Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden. Wild collected at Fanefjell, Bygland District, Aust-Agder County, Norway. Habitat: outskirts of rich forest.
267-2001 Seed from Agder Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden. Wild collected at Asen, Iveland District, Aust-Agder County, Norway.
Rosa nutkana Pall. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. NOOTKA ROSE
398-81 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
115-96 Seed from The Botanical Garden, University of British Columbia. Wild collected at McLure, British Columbia Province, Canada.
Rosa palustris Marshall ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SWAMP ROSE
566-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg 2 1/2 mi. northwest of Bath, Mason County, Illinois.
197-82 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark top of Toxway Falls along US 64, Transylvania County, North Carolina. Habitat: crevice in a gently sloping, exposed, gneiss outcrop.
88-99 Seed from United States National Arboretum. Wild collected in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Dorchester County, Maryland.
793-2004 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
1437-2004 Plant from David Listerman & Associates. Garden collected.
Rosa pendulina L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ALPINE ROSE
581-80 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Vaud Canton, Switzerland.
641-80 Seed from Jardin Botanique de l'Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg. Wild collected, France.
104-81 Seed from Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Komensky University. Wild collected Dedinky, Slovensky Raj, Czechoslovakia.
Rosa pimpinellifolia L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SCOTS ROSE, BURNET ROSE, SCOTCH ROSE
289-86 Sucker from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
244-2002 Division from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Peter J. van der Linden above the Koksa River along the road from Ust-Kan to Ust- Koksa, about 10 km. before (west of) Ust-Koksa, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: in meadow on s-facing slope.
245-2002 Division from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Peter J. van der Linden above the Koksa River along the road from Ust-Kan to Ust- Koksa, about 10 km. before (west of) Ust-Koksa, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: in meadow on s-facing slope.
Rosa pisocarpa Gray ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CLUSTER ROSE
291-97 Division from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected near Juanita, King County, Washington.
Rosa 'Polareis' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. POLAREIS ROSE
167-2002 Plant from Hortico. Garden collected.
Rosa rugosa Thunb. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. RUGOSA ROSE
340-78 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Sachalin, Utesnoje, U.S.S.R.
643-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by John L. Creech, Japan.
177-85 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected Wakkanai-shi, Hokkaido, Japan. Habitat: high beach near sea Maximum temp. -19 deg. c.
243-93 Seed from Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan. Wild collected by David Michener, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, The University of Michigan on Furugelmas Island, (in Pacific Ocean near the North Korean border, Rossiya (Russia) Republic, Russia.
422-94 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by John L. Creech, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan. Habitat: ocean front.
Rosa rugosa 'Marie Bugnet' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. MARIE BUGNET RUGOSA ROSE
132-88 Plant from Roses of Yesterday & Today. Garden collected.
Rosa setigera Michx. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PRAIRIE ROSE, CLIMBING ROSE, ILLINOIS ROSE, SUNSHINE ROSE
296-99 Seed from Toronto Zoo. Wild collected by unknown on Pelee Island, Essex County, Ontario Province, Canada. Habitat: roadside thicket.
307-2000 Plant from Out Back Nursery. Garden collected.
16-2001 Seed from The Holden Arboretum. Wild collected by unknown on Kelleys Island, Trailer Lane section, Erie County, Ohio.
370-2002 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
792-2004 Plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Inc. Garden collected.
Rosa setipoda Hemsl. & E.H.Wilson ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. NODFRUIT ROSE
557-2001 Plant from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. From plant of known wild origin collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition at Nanzheng Forest Bureau, Liping Forest Station, Da Leng Ba, Hanzhong District, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: clear-cut area on 40% e-facing slope.
Rosa suffulta Greene ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. PRAIRIE ROSE, SUNSHINE ROSE
687-80 Seed from Morden Research Station, Research Branch, Canada Agriculture. Wild collected, Manitoba Province, Canada.
448-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn 2.6 miles east of Seneca along NE-2 in the Sand Hills area, Thomas County, Nebraska. Habitat: Sandy, south facing road cut.
Rosa sweginzowii Koehne ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. SWEGINZOW'S ROSE
40-93 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Emei and in Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mixed forest in a valley.
Rosa tomentosa Sm. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. TOMENTOSE ROSE
320-81 Seed from Gradina Botanica a Universitatii din Bucuresti. Wild collected region of Sinyeorz-Bai (dist. Bistrita Nasand), Romania.
Rosa villosa L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. APPLE ROSE
582-80 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Valais Canton, Switzerland.
148-81 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected above Khoper River southwest of Povorino in the Novokhopersk district, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: sandy hills.
252-81 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Wild collected, Artvin Province, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
382-84 Seed from Arboretum Novy Dvur u Opavy Slezske Muzeum. Wild collected Montenegro, Montes Lovcen, Bukovica, Yugoslavia.
Rosa virginiana Mill. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. VIRGINIA ROSE
141-97 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
260-99 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
272-2000 Plant from The Growing Place. Garden collected.
289-2005 Plant from The Morton Arboretum Plant Sale. Garden collected.
583-2006 Plant from Midwest Groundcovers. Garden collected.
Rosa wichuraiana Crep. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. MEMORIAL ROSE
281-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Rosa 'William Baffin' ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2A. WILLIAM BAFFIN ROSE
134-95 Plant from Hardy Roses for the North. Garden collected.
Rosa woodsii Lindl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. WOOD'S ROSE
688-80 Seed from Morden Research Station, Research Branch, Canada Agriculture. Wild collected.
477-81 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Cache Nat'l Forest,ll.2 Mi W of the east boundary, Bear Lake County, Idaho. Habitat: small creek along ID 36.
246-2002 Division from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected, Alberta Province, Canada.
Rubus allegheniensis Porter ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. WILD BLACKBERRY
717-79 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Iroquois Co. Cons. Area, 0.2 mi. SW of Pkg. 2, Iroquois County, Illinois. Habitat: sandy savannah.
Rubus crataegifolius Bunge ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. HAWTHORN RASPBERRY
346-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: moist valleys only; woodland understory.
28-96 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: moist valleys only; woodland understory.
Rubus occidentalis L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. BLACK RASPBERRY
298-85 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Raymond F. Schulenberg west bank of Du Page River, Illinois. Habitat: Previously farmed floodplain.
311-2000 Plant from Out Back Nursery. Garden collected.
Rubus parviflorus Nutt. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 4. THIMBLEBERRY
209-96 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Rubus ulmifolius Schott ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. ELM-LEAVED RASPBERRY
190-84 Seed from Jardin Botanique de la Ville et de l`Univeriste de Caen. Wild collected Montes d'Eraines, Normande Region, Calvados Department, France. Habitat: pelouses xerophiles calcaires.
Rudbeckia fulgida var. fulgida Aiton (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 4. ORANGE BLACK-EYED SUSAN, ORANGE CONEFLOWER
10-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
1032-2005 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
528-2009 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Salix acutifolia Willd. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. SHARP-LEAVED WILLOW
534-54 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix aegyptiaca L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 6. ARMENIAN WILLOW
171-45 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
244-89 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix alba L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 2. WHITE WILLOW
162-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
452-96 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix alba 'Tristis' SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 3. GOLDEN WEEPING WILLOW
128-44 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
716-58 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
196-91 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
58-95 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
552-2005 Plant from Schichtel's Nursery. Garden collected.
Salix amygdaloides Andersson SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. PEACH-LEAVED WILLOW
604-63 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected on the shore of Arbor Lake, Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Du Page County, Illinois. Habitat: lake shore.
255-89 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden from the north shore of Marble Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa. Habitat: lakeshore.
38-94 Cutting from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected by Stan Tyson, Horticultural Propagation Ltd. at edge of Beardstown Swamp at junction of IL-125 and Boulevard Road, Cass County, Illinois. Habitat: marsh.
Salix x blanda Andersson SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. WISCONSIN WEEPING WILLOW
514-75 Plant from Burr Oak Nursery. Garden collected.
190-97 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix caprea L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. GOAT WILLOW, PUSSY WILLOW
525-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
60-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix cinerea L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 2. GRAY WILLOW, PUSSY WILLOW
526-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
453-96 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix discolor Muhl. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 2. PUSSY WILLOW
381-83 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected from north of Lake Defiance in Moraine Hills State Park, Mc Henry County, Illinois.
Salix elaeagnos Scop. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. ROSEMARY WILLOW
34-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
527-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix fragilis L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. CRACK WILLOW
82-64 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Roy M. Nordine & Floyd Swink 3 miles west of Batavia at the Batavia Peat Moss Co., Kane County, Illinois. Habitat: bog.
378-83 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ray Schulenberg & Ed Hedborn west of Lake Defiance in Moraine Hills State Park, Mc Henry County, Illinois. Habitat: old wet field.
18-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix glaucophylloides var. glaucophylla (Bebb) C.K.Schneid. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. BLUE-LEAVED WILLOW
528-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected at Zanders Woods in Thornton, Cook County, Illinois.
197-91 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Staff at Zanders Woods in Thornton, Cook County, Illinois.
Salix humilis Marshall SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. PRAIRIE WILLOW
472-78 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Floyd A. Swink at Garden Plain, Illinois.
548-83 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Floyd A. Swink at Garden Plain, Illinois.
310-2000 Plant from Out Back Nursery. Garden collected.
1435-2004 Plant from David Listerman & Associates. Garden collected.
Salix interior (Rowlee) Muhl. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 2. SANDBAR WILLOW
143-91 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden at edge of Momence Wetlands State Preserve, Kankakee County, Illinois. Habitat: disturbed, open, sandy soil.
279-97 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected on the west side of Lake Defiance in Moraine Hills State Park, Mc Henry County, Illinois.
Salix irrorata Andersson SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. BLUE-STEMMED WILLOW
164-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
530-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
7-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix jessoensis Seemen SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 6. YEDDO WILLOW
165-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
4-94 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix lucida Muhl. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 2. SHINING WILLOW
834-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Floyd A. Swink near Exeland, Sawyer County, Wisconsin.
65-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Floyd A. Swink near Exeland, Sawyer County, Wisconsin.
Salix matsudana Koidz. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. HANKOW WILLOW
366-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
245-89 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix nigra Marshall SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. BLACK WILLOW
62-61 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected from the east edge of Bur Reed Marsh on the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Du Page County, Illinois.
180-88 Plant from Rivendell Botanic Garden. Wild collected site not noted, Illinois.
162-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected site not noted, Illinois.
278-97 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected from the east edge of Bur Reed Marsh on the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Du Page County, Illinois.
Salix pentandra 'Silver Lake' SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 3. PRAIRIE REFLECTIONÔ
121-2006 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Garden collected.
Salix phylicifolia L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. TEA-LEAVED WILLOW
40-98 Seed from Department of Horticulture, Section Urban Horticulture Agricultural University of Norway (post-1986). Wild collected, Oppland County, Norway.
211-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected, Oppland County, Norway.
Salix purpurea L. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. PURPLE BASKET WILLOW
18-75 Cutting from Willowwood Arboretum. Garden collected.
536-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix rigida Muhl. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. RIGID WILLOW
372-83 Cutting from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected along Willow Creek in Rock Cut State Park, Winnebago County, Illinois. Habitat: gravel bar.
Salix x sepulcralis Simonk. SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 5. WEEPING WILLOW
539-84 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Salix sericea Marshall SALICACEAE - WILLOW FAMILY
USDA 4. SILKY WILLOW
372-79 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
70-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Floyd A. Swink from Great Smokey Mountains National Park.
477-2000 Cutting from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected, Haywood County, North Carolina.
Sambucus nigra L. ADOXACEAE - ELDERBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. EUROPEAN ELDERBERRY
154-78 Seed from Jardin Botanique de la Ville Service des Plantations. Wild collected near Nantes, Loire Atlantique Department, France.
Sambucus sieboldiana (Miq.) Graebn. ADOXACEAE - ELDERBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE ELDERBERRY
167-92 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected near Juzhnosachalinsk on Sachalin, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Sanguisorba obtusa Maxim. (HERBACEOUS) ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. JAPANESE BURNET
274-99 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Sapindus drummondii Hook. & Arn. SAPINDACEAE - SOAPBERRY FAMILY
USDA 6. SOAPBERRY
101-83 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Gillespie County, Texas.
122-84 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Cleveland County, Oklahoma.
Sasa palmata (Burb.) E.G.Camus POACEAE (GRAMINEAE) - GRASS FAMILY
USDA 7. BAMBOO
286-55 Plant from Dahlictown Nursery. Garden collected.
205-92 Division from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Satureja montana L. LAMIACEAE (LABIATAE) - MINT FAMILY
USDA 6. WINTER SAVORY, SAVORY
206-83 Seed from Botanical Gardens and Arboretum, Brno University of Agriculture. Garden collected.
407-85 Seed from Zemaljski Muzej SR BiH Botanicki Vrt (Botanical Garden of Sarajevo). Wild collected Grabovicka, Bosnia and Hercegovina Republic, Yugoslavia.
145-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected Grabovicka, Bosnia and Hercegovina Republic, Yugoslavia.
468-2006 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected Grabovicka, Bosnia and Hercegovina Republic, Yugoslavia.
Schisandra chinensis (Turcz.) Baill. ILLICIACEAE - ANISE TREE FAMILY
USDA 5. CHINESE MAGNOLIA VINE
309-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: temperate cold region.
394-82 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected at Ko Chun on Mt. Tok-yu, Republic of Korea.
159-84 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Ussuri region, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
329-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: above stream bed.
Schisandra glabra (Brickell) Rehder ILLICIACEAE - ANISE TREE FAMILY
USDA 7. BAY STAR VINE, BAY STARVINE, WILD SARSAPARILLA
236-81 Plant from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Ross C. Clark along Panther Creek, west of Yonahdam, Stephens County, Georgia. Habitat: circumneutral,well-drained,moist soil,shade,n-facing cove.
255-90 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Ross C. Clark along Panther Creek west of Yonah dam, Stephens County, Georgia. Habitat: in shady, n-facing cove, circumneutral, well-drained soil.
198-91 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected by Ross C. Clark along Panther Creek, west of Yonahdam, Stephens County, Georgia. Habitat: circumneutral,well-drained,moist soil,shade,n.-facing cove.
146-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ross C. Clark along Panther Creek, west of Yonahdam, Stephens County, Georgia. Habitat: circumneutral,well-drained,moist soil,shade,n-facing cove.
469-2006 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by Ross C. Clark along Panther Creek, west of Yonahdam, Stephens County, Georgia. Habitat: circumneutral,well-drained,moist soil,shade,n-facing cove.
Schisandra glabra 'Crowley's Ridge' ILLICIACEAE - ANISE TREE FAMILY
USDA 7. CROWLEY'S RIDGE BAY STAR VINE, CROWLEY'S RIDGE CLIMBING MAGNOLIA VINE
1121-2004 Plant from Ridgecrest Nursery and Gardens. Garden collected, Cross County, Arkansas.
Schisandra sphenanthera Rehder & E.H.Wilson ILLICIACEAE - ANISE TREE FAMILY
USDA 7. ORANGE MAGNOLIA VINE
110-96 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Mai ji, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in broad-leaved forest & water lines in mountainy area.
Sciadopitys verticillata (Thunb.) Siebold & Zucc. SCIADOPITYACEAE - UMBRELLA-PINE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE UMBRELLA-PINE
189-85 Plant from Iseli Nursery Inc. Garden collected.
Sedum acre L. (HERBACEOUS) CRASSULACEAE - ORPINE FAMILY
USDA 5. MOSSY STONECROP, GOLDMOSS STONECROP, WALL-GRASS, WALL-PEPPER
80-2007 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Sedum iwarenge (Makino) Makino (HERBACEOUS) CRASSULACEAE - ORPINE FAMILY
USDA 6. DUNCE CAPS
280-2001 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Sibiraea laevigata (L.) Maxim. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ALTAI-SPIREA
247-83 Seed from Altai Botanical Garden. Wild collected Altai Mountains, U.S.S.R. Habitat: mountains.
Solidago flexicaulis 'Variegata' (HERBACEOUS) ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE) - COMPOSITE FAMILY
USDA 4. VARIEGATED BROAD-LEAVED GOLDENROD, VARIEGATED ZIGZAG GOLDENROD
313-2004 Plant from various commercial sources. Garden collected.
Sophora affinis Torr. & Gray FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 8. TEXAS SOPHORA
13-86 Seed from The Morton Arboretum Research Program. Wild collected, Caddo County, Louisiana.
Sophora davidii (Franch.) Skeels FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. FATHER DAVID'S SOPHORA
585-2000 Seed from Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Wild collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1996 Shaanxi & Gansu Province China Expedition at Xiao Long Shan Forest Bureau, Dang Chuan Forest Station, Xian Ren Yan, Tian Shui City District, Gansu Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: open sun, sandy-loam, well-drained over sand stone, 35% s slope.
Sophora japonica L. FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE) - PEA FAMILY
USDA 5. SCHOLAR TREE, PAGODA TREE, CHINSE SCHOLAR TREE, JAPANESE PAGODA TREE
373-36 Plant from H. Kohankie & Son. Garden collected.
246-49 Plant from Mount Arbor Nurseries. Garden collected.
137-50 Seed from Charles McK Lewis. Garden collected.
180-76 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Garden collected.
Sorbaria arborea C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. TREE SORBARIA
223-82 Layer from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
274-2002 Seed from U.S. National Arboretum Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository. Wild collected by Tiecheng Cui, Xian Botanical Garden on East River, Taibaishan, Meixian County, Shaanxi Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: on 45 deg. n-facing slope.
Sorbaria sorbifolia (L.) A.Braun ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. FALSE-SPIREA
316-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected near Vladivostok, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
119-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Raeonash, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
266-90 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected in the Feng lin Preserve in the Wu ying division of the town of Yichun along the Tang Wang River, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: along disturbed roadside.
107-94 Plant from Western DuPage Landscaping. Garden collected.
Sorbus alnifolia (Siebold & Zucc.) K.Koch ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. KOREAN MOUNTAIN-ASH
398-55 Seed from Kyoto Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
310-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected, Shandong Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: temperate regions of N & NW sections.
427-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Latvian State University. Wild collected Peszczanij promontory near Vladivostok, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R. Habitat: in declivibus lapidosis collium.
352-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: woodland edge along lake shore.
376-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Da Xi Gou (Big West Valley), Song Shan Forest Preserve, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: s-facing very steep well-drained dry eroded granite slope.
79-96 Plant from King Nursery. Garden collected.
Sorbus americana Marshall ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. AMERICAN MOUNTAIN-ASH
55-89 Seed from Canadian Wildflower Society. Wild collected by unknown Toronto, Ontario Province, Canada.
658-2000 Seed from Midwest Plant Collecting Collaborative (MWPCC) 2000 southeast United States Expedition. Wild collected at Blue Ridge Parkway pulloff about 1 mile from intersection of Hwy 214 and the Parkway heading toward Asheville, Haywood County, North Carolina. Habitat: 15 deg. se-facing slope in full sun.
Sorbus amurensis Koehne ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. AMUR MOUNTAIN-ASH
123-83 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Far East Scientific Center of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected near Khabarovsk, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Sorbus aria (L.) Crantz ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. WHITEBEAM
270-81 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected Valais, Switzerland.
107-82 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected Ain, Switzerland.
Sorbus aucuparia L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. EUROPEAN MOUNTAIN-ASH
213-76 Plant from Nepco Lake Nursery Division of Nedoosa-Edwards Paper Co. Garden collected.
470-80 Seed from Institut for dendrologi og planteskoledrift Norges landbrukshogskole (pre-1986). Wild collected Telemark: Sankerad, Norway.
656-80 Seed from Botanical Garden and Museum, University of Oslo. Wild collected by unknown Oppland, Lillehammes, Faberg, Rudsbygd, Norway.
718-80 Seed from Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle Jarden des Plantes. Wild collected Gedre, Hautes Pyrenees Department, France. Habitat: In calcareous scrub and open woods.
349-81 Seed from Tallinn Botanical Garden of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Wild collected, Estonian S.S.R., U.S.S.R.
108-82 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Valais Canton, Switzerland.
5-95 Seed from Arboretum Simeria. Wild collected in Retezat National Park in the Transylvanian Alps, Hunedoara District, Romania.
Sorbus austriaca (Beck) Hedl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. AUSTRIAN MOUNTAIN-ASH
153-91 Seed from Zemaljski Muzej SR BiH Botanicki Vrt (Botanical Garden of Sarajevo). Wild collected, Bosnia Region, Bosnia and Hercegovina Republic, Yugoslavia.
14-93 Seed from Botanicka Zahrada Univerzity Komenskeho. Wild collected in Gacovska skala, Stratenska Hornatina (Slovensky Raj), Slovakia.
Sorbus chamaemespilus (L.) Crantz ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. DWARF WHITEBEAM
66-99 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Universitat Zurich. Wild collected near Churfirsten, Alt St. Johann SG, Switzerland.
402-2000 Seed from Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle Service des Cultures. Wild collected by unknown near Verchaix, Haute-Savoie Department, France. Habitat: joux-plane.
Sorbus commixta Hedl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE MOUNTAIN-ASH
141-78 Plant from United States National Arboretum. Garden collected.
28-94 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki 1993 Hokkaido, Japan Expedition. Wild collected on Mt. Panke, 9 km northeast of Nakagawa in Nakagawa Experimental Forest of Hokkaido University, Kamikawa District, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan. Habitat: open mtn top of pine/mtn ash/birch/alder.
33-99 Seed from Agder Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden. Wild collected at Daiseu, Honshu Island, Japan.
63-2000 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Karuizawa Town west of Tokyo, Kitasaku County, Nagano-ken Prefecture, Chubu Region, Japan.
Sorbus decora (Sarg.) C.K.Schneid. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. SHOWY MOUNTAIN-ASH
548-80 Seed from Beal-Garfield Botanic Garden, Michigan State University. Wild collected, Marquette County, Michigan. Habitat: Wooded lakeshore.
Sorbus discolor (Maxim.) Hedl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6.
488-2000 Plant from The Holden Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected by North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition in Song Shan Forest Preserve, Tang Zhi Gou (Hot Spring Valley), Yanqing County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: stream side, part shade and moist soil.
Sorbus domestica L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. SERVICE TREE
10-88 Seed from Zemaljski Muzej SR BiH Botanicki Vrt (Botanical Garden of Sarajevo). Wild collected Hrvat ska; Dalmacija; Korcula Isl., Yugoslavia.
Sorbus hybrida (L.) L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. HYBRID SERVICE TREE
280-81 Seed from Botanical Garden and Museum, University of Oslo. Wild collected Baskerud, Hole:Vik, Norway.
150-82 Seed from Institut for dendrologi og planteskoledrift Norges landbrukshogskole (pre-1986). Wild collected Odda, Hordaland County, Norway.
24-84 Seed from Botanical Garden and Museum, University of Oslo. Wild collected near Hole, Buskerud, Norway.
Sorbus intermedia (Ehrh.) Pers. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SWEDISH WHITEBEAM
253-81 Seed from Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Wild collected West Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany.
187-83 Seed from Botanischer Garten. Wild collected at Heyerode in Muhlhausen Urban District Heyerode, Erfurt District, German Democratic Republic.
113-84 Seed from Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Floriculture & Horticultural Sciences. Wild collected Ln Kippholmen Bohuslan, Sweden.
Sorbus japonica (Decne.) Hedl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE MOUNTAIN-ASH
50-2003 Seed from Kyoto Botanical Garden. Wild collected by unknown Ohnuma, Hakodate-shi (city), Hokkaido Island, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan.
Sorbus latifolia (Lam.) Pers. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BROAD-LEAVED EUROPEAN MOUNTAIN-ASH
261-93 Seed from Stephane Brame. Wild collected in Fontainebleau Forest, Seine et Marne Department, France. Habitat: in sandy, acid soil among big rocks.
144-99 Seed from Botanischer Garten der Universitat Munster (Munster University Botanical Garden). Wild collected at Meerhof Wascheberg (NRW region), Germany.
Sorbus mougeotii Soy.-Will. & Godr. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. MOUGEOT WHITEBEAM
583-80 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Valais Canton, Switzerland.
271-81 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Valais Canton, Switzerland.
110-82 Seed from Direction des Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique de la Ville de Geneve. Wild collected, Haute-Savoie Department, France.
Sorbus pohuashanensis (Hance) Hedl. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHINESE MOUNTAIN-ASH
311-81 Seed from Chinese Academy of Forestry, Research Institute of Forestry. Wild collected, Shandong Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: temperate region of north and northwest section.
354-93 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1993 Heilongjiang China Expedition. Wild collected at Jian Shan Jiao, Heilongjiang Sheng Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: wet upland woods (edge).
391-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Aoyu Gou (Valley in a Valley), Baihua Shan Forest Preserve, Mentougou District, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: nr.stream in sheltered moist valley in org.soil in rocks.
Sorbus scopulina Greene ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. WESTERN MOUNTAIN-ASH
52-82 Seed from Washington Park Arboretum University of Washington. Wild collected Teton Pass, Teton County, Wyoming.
Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. CHECKERTREE MOUNTAIN-ASH
522-83 Seed from Botanika Zahrada University P.J. Safarika. Wild collected Pannonicum matricum, Czechoslovakia.
614-83 Seed from Botanischer Garten, Section Biowissenschaften, Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg. Wild collected Thuringen, Kahla, German Democratic Republic.
Spiraea alpina Pall. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. SPIREA
517-84 Seed from Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Spiraea betulifolia Pall. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. BIRCHLEAF SPIREA
165-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
29-94 Seed from Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki 1993 Hokkaido, Japan Expedition. Wild collected at Mukaihassen, 12 km north-northeast of Teshio forest headquarters, Teshio Experimental Forest of Hokkaido University, Rumoi District, Hokkaido Prefecture, Hokkaido Region, Japan. Habitat: streamside in steeply sloping valley.
Spiraea blumei G.Don ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. BLUME'S SPIREA
46-91 Plant from Botanic Garden of the Chicago Horticultural Society. Wild collected by unknown along Rt. 31 at Pong-hwa, Kyongsang-pukto Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: open, e-facing, cut-over, talus slope.
350-99 Seed from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected by unknown along Route 31, Pong-hwa gun, Kyongsang-pukto Province, Republic of Korea. Habitat: e-facing open slope with cut over talus.
Spiraea chamaedryfolia L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. GERMANDER SPIREA
441-79 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected in the Altai Mts. about 1 mile east of Artybash, Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
773-79 Seed from Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Altai Mts., Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
Spiraea corymbosa Raf. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6.
361-2000 Seed from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected by unknown Chadwell Gap Trail, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Lee County, Virginia. Habitat: 5 to 15% s-facing slope.
Spiraea crenata L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. SNOW SPIREA
199-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum along the main road about 10 km. southeast of Ust-Koksa, Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: in low meadow with scattered trees along a dry stream.
Spiraea decumbens W.Koch ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. PROSTRATE SPIREA
291-95 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Spiraea douglasii Hook. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. DOUGLAS' SPIREA
186-64 Cutting from Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Garden collected.
969-80 Seed from Staff, The Morton Arboretum. Wild collected by Edward Hedborn Lee Creek Campground on S. side of US l2, Lolo Nat. Forest, Missoula County, Montana.
Spiraea flexuosa Fisch. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SPIREA
362-2000 Seed from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected by unknown at Omnodelger Sum, Henti Aimag, Mongolia. Habitat: eroded granite soils 8% s-facing slope grassland with scattered larch trees.
121-2001 Plant from USDA-ARS, North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station Iowa State University. Wild collected by USDA-Ames 1998 Hentii & Hovsgol Mongolia Expedition at Omnodelger Sum, Henti Aimag, Mongolia. Habitat: gravelly grasslands, 8% s-facing slope, soil formed from eroded granite.
Spiraea fritschiana var. parvifolia Liou ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. LITTLE-LEAVED FRITSCH'S SPIREA
322-94 Seed from North America-China Plant Exploration Consortium (NACPEC) 1994 Beijing China Expedition. Wild collected at Yong Xiu Gou (Valley with Beautiful Clouds), Wuling Shan Preserve, Miyun County, Beijing Shi Municipality, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: growing on an embankment just above a stream.
Spiraea hypericifolia L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. SPIREA
26-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences. Wild collected Central Asia, U.S.S.R.
284-85 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Spiraea japonica L. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 6. JAPANESE SPIREA, JAPANESE MEADOWSWEET
179-2001 Seed from Laboratory of Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Chiba University. Wild collected at Haruna Town, Gunma-gun, Gumma-ken Prefecture, Kanto Region, Japan.
Spiraea japonica var. fortunei (Planch.) Rehder ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. FORTUNE'S JAPANESE SPIREA, FORTUNE'S JAPANESE MEADOWSWEET
42-93 Seed from Shanghai Botanic Garden. Wild collected on Mt. Emei and in Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mixed forest.
166-93 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
214-2003 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. From plant of known wild origin collected on Mt. Emei and in Jiuzhaigou area, Sichuan Province, China (Zhonghua). Habitat: in mixed forest.
Spiraea latifolia (Aiton) Borkh. ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 2. BROADLEAF MEADOWSWEET
487-50 Cutting from New York Botanical Garden. Garden collected.
771-80 Cutting from The Morton Arboretum. Garden collected.
Spiraea media F.Schmidt ROSACEAE - ROSE FAMILY
USDA 5. ORIENTAL SPIREA
442-79 Seed from Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden. Wild collected Altai Mts. Malyi-Tlgumen R. near Syeminsky Pass SW Siberia, U.S.S.R. Habitat: Right riverbank.
15-82 Seed from Botanical Garden of the Yakutsk Branch of the Siberian Section of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. Wild collected Yakutsk, Yakut A.S.S.R., Russian S.F.S.R., U.S.S.R.
214-93 Seed from 1993 Expedition to Russia (Gorno-Altai) Chicago BG, Holden Arb, Minn. Landsc. Arb, Mo. BG, & Morton Arb. Wild collected by Peter J. van der Linden, The Morton Arboretum on floodplain of Sema River (south of Cherga), Gorno-Altayskaya Autonomous Region, Russia. Habitat: in mixed meadow/open woods growing mostly in