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(Garden Strawberry, Ogallala Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are low-growing hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The "everbearing" strawberry 'Ogallala' produces repeated crops of medium to large berries on vigorous cold-hardy plants. This long-time favorite originated in 1947 at the USDA Horticultural Field Station in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Ogallala' spreads by runners to form expanding mats of three-lobed leaves. The dark-green, leathery leaves of this cultivar are highly resistant...

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Jessie Keith

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The cultivar 'Sparkle' ripens its flavorful, soft-fleshed, medium-red berries in late spring and early summer, toward the end of the spring strawberry season. Introduced in 1942, this exceptionally cold-hardy "June-bearing" variety is still a backyard and farm-stand favorite in eastern Canada and the Northeast United States.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Sparkle' spreads by runners to form expanding mats of...

(Alder Buckthorn)

Glossy leaves and red turning deep purple-blue berries in autumn are the attractive features of the glossy buckthorn. A deciduous, hardy large shrub to small tree, it is native to much of Europe, extending into extreme northern Africa and western Asia. This plant has proven invasive in the moist soils across much of eastern North America.

With smooth grayish brown bark, the glossy green to dark green leaves add interest to the plant. Each leaf blade is oval and ends in a pronounced tip that often...

(Alder Buckthorn)

Glossy leaves and red turning deep purple-blue berries in autumn are the attractive features of the tallhedge buckthorn. A deciduous, hardy narrow shrub, it is native to much of Europe, extending into extreme northern Africa and western Asia. This upright plant has proven invasive in the moist soils across much of eastern North America, where it has lost favor since first being introduced in the 1950s.

With smooth grayish brown bark, the glossy green to dark green leaves add interest to the plant....

(Black Ash, Brown Ash, Swamp Ash)

Native to swamps and other wet places in eastern and central portions of Canada and the United States, this medium-sized, often short-lived ash is valuable for its hardiness and its tolerance of soggy soil. A straight-trunked, narrow, deciduous tree with upright branches, it has pinnate leaves with 7 to 11 dark green, stemless leaflets. The leaflets have fine-toothed edges and paler undersides. Fall color ranges from rusty brown to yellow. Inconspicuous spring flowers are followed by winged fruit...

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Jesse Saylor

(Black Ash, Fall's Gold Black Ash)

Native to swamps and other wet places in eastern and central portions of Canada and the United States, black ash is a medium-sized, often short-lived deciduous tree that is valuable for its hardiness and its tolerance of soggy soil. The cultivar 'Fallgold' has bright yellow fall foliage. A straight-trunked, narrow, deciduous tree with upright branches, it has pinnate leaves with 7 to 11 dark green, stemless leaflets. The leaflets have fine-toothed edges and paler undersides. The black buds contrast...

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Jessie Keith

(Green Ash)

Green ash is a tall, vigorous deciduous tree with an oval to irregular spreading crown. This native of central and eastern North America is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites.

Throughout the growing season it has attractive compound leaves that are often lustrous and olive or dark green. These have opposite arrangement and commonly turn yellow in autumn. Ashes flower early in the season, but their blooms are inconspicuous and dioecious, which means that separate...

(Cimmaron® Green Ash, Green Ash)

The patented green ash Cimmaron® is a tall, deciduous tree with a uniform oval crown and dark green leaves that turn deep burgundy and apricot-orange in autumn. This vigorous tree was bred by Jamies Zampini of Sustar Farm in Perry, Ohio.

Green ash is a tall, vigorous deciduous tree with a broad spreading crown. This native of central and eastern North America is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites. Throughout the growing season it has attractive compound leaves...

(Dwarf Green Ash, Green Ash, Leprechaun™ Green Ash)

Green ash is a tall, vigorous, bushy-crowned tree from eastern and central North America. The dwarf selection Leprechaun™ was discovered in 1983 by Michael Yanny of Johnson's Nursery in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. In all its parts it is a third to half the typical size of the species. Throughout the growing season it has attractive paired compound leaves with 7 to 9 glossy, dark green leaflets. They commonly turn yellow in autumn. The early spring blooms of this seedless cultivar are inconspicuous....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Green Ash, Marshall's Seedless Green Ash)

Female green ashes produce copious messy winged fruits but the male 'Marshall's Seedless' stays clean and seed-free. It also maintains a somewhat pyramidal crown and has bright yellow fall color.

Green ash is a tall, vigorous deciduous tree with a bushy crown. This native of central and eastern North America is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites. Throughout the growing season it has attractive compound leaves that are glossy and dark green. These have opposite...