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Botanical Name

Common Name

Height

Bloom Color

Bloom

Sunlight

Moisture Level

Other

Sambucus canadensis

Elderberry

9’-15’

White

Jun-Aug

Taxodium distichum

Bald Cypress

100’-120’

Tilia americana

American Basswood

60’-100’

White

Jun

Ulmus americana

American Elm

100’-120’

Green

Apr-May

Viburnum dentatum

Arrowwood

3’-15’

White

May-Jun

Viburnum lentago

Nannyberry

20’-30’

White

Apr-Jun

Viburnum opulus v. americanum

American Highbush Cranberry

3’-15’

White

May-Jun

Viburnum prunifolium

Black Haw

20’-25’

White

May-Jun

Brasenia schreberi

- Water Shield is an aquatic, perennial herb with floating leaves that grows

in ponds, lakes, and slow moving streams. It is a food source for waterfowl. Its floating leaves

provide shelter for fish and other aquatic organisms.

Elodea canadensis

- Common Waterweed can be found in wet mud along sluggish streams,

seepage areas, and marshes. By absorbing nutrients, it helps control algae and keeps waters

clear. It is a submerged aquatic perennial.

Polygonum amphibium v. stipulaceum

- Water Knotweed is a native perennial that inhabits

still or slow moving water of lakes, rivers, marshes and swamps, and is variable in habitats,

growing underwater, floating or emergent. Seeds are a food source for waterfowl and also serve

as a major food source for the Purplish copper butterfly and cover for fish.

Potamogeton illinoensis

- Illinois Pondweed is a submersed plant that has both submersed and

floating leaves. Rooted to the bottom, it grows in shallow or deeper waters. It grows equally well

in swift-flowing rivers or quiet lake margins.

Potamogeton natans

- Common Pondweed is native to quiet or slow-flowing freshwater

habitats; lakes and rivers; ditches, ponds, and bogs. Usually found in fairly shallow water but

recorded at deeper depths up to 12 feet. This species almost never fails to produce floating leaves.

Potamogeton nodosus

- Long-leaved Pondweed preference is full sun, warm standing water

up to 4 foot deep, and a mucky bottom. Habitats consist of ponds, quiet harbors of lakes, slow-

moving streams, and deep ditches with standing water. It is a food source for many turtles.

Stuckenia pectinata

- Sago Pondweed is found in stagnant ponds, spring-fed rivers, and slow-

flowing marshes. Waterfowl extensively use and rely on it as a food source.

Vallisneria americana

- Eel Grass grows in lakes and slow-moving rivers in neutral to basic

water. Its long strap-like leaves grow from stoloniferous clumps submerged under water. It is an

important source of food for turtles and other aquatic wildlife.

Submerged

Aquatics