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Land Development Code - City of Hudson, Ohio

Appendix C: Recommended Planting List and Planting Specifications

PLANT LIST

  1. Acceptable Deciduous Shade Trees These trees are hardy in zones 5-6 and reach a mature height as indicated by the following: Large - sixty (60) feet, Medium - forty (40) feet, and Small - twenty (20) feet. The * indicates trees suitable for street tree use.

    CN = Common Plant Name
    BN = Botanical Plant Name and
    SC = Specie Cultivars

    LARGE TREES:

    * CN: Green Ash
       BN: Fraxinus pennsylvanica lanceolata
       SC: Marshall Seedless, Patmore, Urbanite, Ledlaw





    * CN:
    Beech, European
       BN: Fagus sylvatica
       SC:





       CN: Catalpa
       BN: Catalpa Spp.
       SC:





    * CN:
    Coffeetree, Kentucky
       BN: Gymnocladus dioica
       SC:





    * CN:
    Elm, Chinese
       BN: Ulmus parvifolia
       SC: Lace Bark Elm





    * CN:
    Elm, Hybrids
       BN: Ulmus spp. hybrids
       SC: Frontier, Homestead, Pioneer, Urban and Regal





    * CN:
    Filbert, Turkish
       BN: Corylus colurna
       SC:





    * CN:
    Ginkgo
       BN: Ginkgo biloba (male only)
       SC: Autumn Gold; Fastigiata; Sentry





    * CN:
    Hackberry, Common
       BN: Celtis occidentalis
       SC:





    * CN:
    Hardy Rubber Tree
       BN: Eucommia ulmoides
       SC:





    * CN:
    Linden, American
       BN: Tilia americana
       SC:





    * CN:
    Linden, Crimean
       BN: Tilia x cuchlora
       SC:





    * CN:
    Linden, Silver
       BN: Tilia tomentosa
       SC: Sterling





    * CN:
    London Plane Tree
       BN: Platanus x acerfolia
       SC:





    * CN:
    Maple, Freeman hybrid
       BN: Acer x freemanii
       SC: Assorted





    * CN:
    Maple, Norway
       BN: Acer platanoides
       SC:
     
    Columnaire; Crimson King; Summershade,
    Superform, Olmstead, Cleveland






    * CN:
    Maple, Red
       BN: Acer rubrum
       SC: Autumn Flame; October Glory; Red Sunset





       CN:
    Maple, Sugar
       BN: Acer saccharum
       SC:
     
    Flax Hill, Majesty, Green Mountain,
    Commemoration, Wright Brothers






    * CN:
    Oak, Pin
       BN: Quercus palustris
       SC: Sovereign; Crown Rite





    * CN:
    Oak, Red
       BN: Quercus rubra
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, White
       BN: Quercus bicolor
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, Burr
       BN: Quercus macrocarpa
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, Scarlet
       BN: Quercus coccinea
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, Shingle
       BN: Quercus imbricaria
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, Shumardi
       BN: Quercus shumardii
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, Willow
       BN: Quercus phellos
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, English
       BN: Quercus robur
       SC:





    * CN:
    Oak, Sawtooth
       BN: Quercus acutissima
       SC:





    * CN:
    Poplar, Tulip
       BN: Liriodendron tulipifera
       SC:





    * CN:
    Redwood, Dawn
       BN: Metasequoia glyptostroboides
       SC:





    * CN:
    Sweetgum
       BN: Liquidambar styraciflua
       SC:





    * CN:
    Black Tupelo or Sourgum
       BN: Nyssa sylvatica
       SC:





    * CN:
    Ash, American
       BN: Fraxinus americana
       SC:
     
    Autumn Purple, chicago regni,
    Autumn Applause






    MEDIUM TREES:


       CN:
    Birch, River
       BN: Betula nigra
       SC:





    * CN:
    Cork, Amur
       BN: Phellodendron amurense
       SC:





    * CN:
    Honey Locust, Thornless
       BN: Gleditsia triacanthos
       SC: Moraine; Shademaster; Skyline; Imperial; Halka





    * CN:
    American Hophornbeam
       BN: Ostrya virginiana
       SC:





    * CN:
    Hornbeam, Blue Beech
       BN: Carpinus caroliniana
       SC:





    * CN:
    Hornbeam, European
       BN: Carpinus betulus, Fastigiata
       SC:





    * CN:
    Horsechestnut
       BN: Aesculus hippocastanum
       SC: Carned briotti





    * CN:
    Katsura
       BN: Cercidiphyllum japonicum
       SC:





    * CN:
    Linden, Littleleaf
       BN: Tilia cordata
       SC: Chancellor; Greenspire; June Bride





    * CN:
    Maple, Hedge
       BN: Acer Campestre
       SC: Queen Elizabeth





    * CN:
    Pagoda, Japanese
       BN: Sophora japonica
       SC: Regent





       CN:
    Sassafras
       BN: Sassafras albidrim
       SC:





    * CN:
    Tamarack or Larch
       BN: Larix decidua
       SC: Assorted cultivars





    * CN:
    Yellowood
       BN: Cladrastis lutea
       SC:





    * CN:
    Zelkova, Japanes
       BN: Zelkova serrata
       SC: Green Vase, Halka





    SMALL TREES:

    * CN:
    Crabapple, Flowering
       BN: Malus spp.
       SC: Many spp. and cultivar.





       CN:
    Dogwood spp.
       BN: Cornus spp.
       SC:





       CN:
    White Fringetree
       BN: Chionunthus virginicus
       SC:





       CN:
    Witchhazel
       BN: Hamamelis virginiana
       SC: Assorted spp. and cultivars





       CN:
    Goldernrain Tree
       BN: Koelreutarid paniculata
       SC:





    * CN:
    Hawthorn spp.
       BN: Crataegus spp.
       SC: Many spp. and cultivars





    * CN:
    Hornbeam, Europea
       BN: Carpinus betulus
       SC: Pyramidalis, Quercifolia, or species





    * CN:
    Lilac spp.
       BN: Syringa spp.
       SC: Assorted spp. and cultivars





       CN:
    Magnolia spp.
       BN: Magnolia spp.
       SC: Assorted species and cultivars





    * CN:
    Maple, Amur
       BN: Acer ginnala
       SC: Flame





    * CN:
    Maple, Paperbark
       BN: Acer griseum
       SC:





    * CN:
    Maple, Tatarian
       BN: Acer tataricum
       SC:





       CN:
    Redbud, Eastern
       BN: Cercis canadensis
       SC:





    * CN:
    Serviceberry
       BN: Amelanchier spp.
       SC: Assorted species/cultivars





    * CN:
    Sourwood
       BN: Oxydendron arboreum
       SC: Franklinia





       CN:
    Stewartia
       BN: Stewartia pseudocamelia:
       SC:





  2. Acceptable Coniferous Trees These trees are hardy in zones 5-6 and reach a mature height not less than thirty (30) feet and, if not limbed-up, they can create a screen from the ground level up.

       CN:
    Cedar, Eastern Red
       BN: Juniperus virginiana
       SC:





       CN:
    Fir, Douglas
       BN: Pseudotsuga menziesii
       SC:





       CN:
    Fir, White
       BN: Abies concolor
       SC:





       CN:
    Hemlock, Canadian
       BN: Tsuga canadensis
       SC:





       CN:
    Holly, American
       BN: Ilex opaca
       SC: Xanthocarpa





       CN:
    Pine, Austrian
       BN: Pinus nigra
       SC:





       CN:
     Pine, Scotch
       BN: Pinus sylvestris
       SC:





       CN:
    Pine, White
       BN: Pinus strobus
       SC:





       CN:
    Spruce, White
       BN: Picea glauca
       SC:





       CN:
    Spruce, Norway
       BN: Picea abies
       SC:





       CN:
    Arborvitae
       BN: Thuja spp.
       SC:
     
    Elegantissima, Pyramidalis, Plicata, Giant
    Green American






       CN:
    Spruce, Serbian
       BN: Picea omorika
       SC:





       CN:
    Eastern Arborvitae
       BN: Thuja occidentalis
       SC:





       CN:
    Black Hills Spruce
       BN: Picea glauca "Densata"
       SC:





  3. Acceptable Deciduous Hedges and Shrubs These perennial woody plants are tolerant in zones 5-6 and are deciduous and reach a mature height not less than three (3) feet

       CN:
    Abelia, Glossy
       BN: Abelia grandiflora
       SC:





       CN:
    Barberry, Wintergreen
       BN: Berberis julianne
       SC:





       CN:
    Burning Bush
       BN: Euonymus alatus
       SC: Compactus





       CN:
    Cinquefoil Shrub
       BN: Potentilla fruticosa
       SC:





       CN:
    Smokebush
       BN: Cotinus coggygria, obovatus
       SC:





       CN:
    Cotoneaster, Spreading
       BN: Cotoneaster apiculata, dammeri
       SC:





       CN:
    Forsythia spp.
       BN:  
       SC:





       CN:
    Quince
       BN: Chaenomeles speciosa
       SC:





       CN:
    Spiraea spp
       BN: Celtis occidentalis
       SC:





       CN:
    Viburnum spp
       BN: Extensive list
       SC:





       CN:
    Fothergilla
       BN: Fothergilla gardenii
       SC:





       CN:
    Slender Deutzia
       BN: Deutzia gracilis
       SC:





       CN:
    Bottle brush Buckeye
       BN: Aesculus parvifolia
       SC:





       CN:
    Lilac spp
       BN:

     
    Syringa x chinensis, Syringa vulgaris, Syringa
    meyerii, Syringa patula "Miss Kim", Syringa
    pekinensis, Syringa x persica
       SC:







       CN:
    Flowering Quince
       BN: Chaenomeles x
       SC:





       CN:
    Cornelian Cherry Dogwood
       BN: Cornus mas
       SC:





       CN:
    Bush Cinquefoil
       BN: Potentilla fruticosa
       SC:





       CN:
    Hybrid Witchhazel
       BN: Hamamelis x intermedia "Diane"
       SC:





       CN:
    Leatherwood
       BN: Dirca palustris
       SC:





       CN:
    Hydrangea spp.
       BN:  
       SC:





       CN:
    Red Osier Dogwood
       BN: Cornus sericea
       SC:





       CN:
    Cutleaf Stephandra (3" height)
       BN: Stephanandra incisa "Crispa"
       SC:





       CN:
    Shrub Honeysuckle
       BN: Lonicera spp.
       SC:





       CN:
    Summersweet
       BN: Clethra alnifolia
       SC:





       CN:
    Sweetspire
       BN: Itea
       SC:





       CN:
    Rose of Sharon
       BN: Hibiscus syriacus
       SC:





       CN:
    Winged Euonymus
       BN: Euonymus alata
       SC:





       CN:
    Bayberry
       BN: Myrica pensylvanica
       SC:





       CN:
    Weigela
       BN: Weigela florida
       SC:





       CN:
    Rugosa Rose
       BN: Rosa rugosa
       SC:





  4. Acceptable Coniferous Hedges and Shrubs These perennial woody plants are tolerant in zones 5-6 and are evergreen, and reach a mature height not less than three (3) feet.

       CN:
    Boxwood, Korean
       BN: Buxus microphylla koreana
       SC:





       CN:
    Holly, Blue
       BN: Ilex x meserveae
       SC: Blue Angel; Blue Prince; Blue Princess





       CN:
    Holly, Japanese
       BN: Ilex crenata
       SC: Microphylla; Rotundifolia





       CN:
    Juniper, Chinese
       BN: Juniperis chinesis
       SC: Hetzii; Keteleeri; Mint Julep; Robusta Green





       CN:
    Pine, Mugho
       BN: Pinus mugo
       SC:





       CN:
    Viburnum, Leatherleaf
       BN: Viburnum rhytidophyllum
       SC:





       CN:
    Yew, Anglojap
       BN: Taxus x media
       SC: Brownii; Densiformis; Hicksii; Wardii; Rapandens





       CN:
    Yew, Japanese
       BN: Taxus cuspidata
       SC: Capitata; Intermedia; Nana





       CN:
    Yew, Spreading
       BN: Taxus x media
       SC:





       CN:
    Rhododendron spp.
       BN: Rhododendron spp.
       SC: PJM, Rose Bay





       CN:
    Mountain Laurel
       BN: Kalmia latifolia
       SC:





  5. Acceptable Ground Cover These types of ground cover are tolerant in zones 5-6.

       CN: Woolly Yarrow
       BN: Achillea tomentosa




       CN: Bugleweed
       BN: Ajuga reptans




       CN: Five Leaf Akebia
       BN: Akebia quanata




       CN: Alpine Rock-cress
       BN: Arabis alpina




       CN: Bearberry
       BN: Arctostaphylos uva-ursi




       CN: Sandwort
       BN: Arenaria varieties




       CN: Dutchman's Pipe
       BN: Aristolochia durior




       CN: Thrift
       BN: Armeria maritima




       CN: Beach Wormwood
       BN: Artemisia stelleriana




       CN: Wild Ginger
       BN: Asarum canadense




       CN: European Wild Ginger
       BN: Asarum europeaeum




       CN: Sweet Woodruff
       BN: Asperula odorata




       CN: Marsh Marigold
       BN: Caltha palustris




       CN: Carpathian Bellflower
       BN: Campanula carpatica




       CN: Snow -in-summer
       BN: Cerastium tomentosium




       CN: Hardy Plumbago
       BN: Ceratostigma plumbaginoides




       CN: Golden Clematis
       BN: Clematis tangutica




       CN: Lily-of-the-Valley
       BN: Convallaria majalis




       CN: Moonbeam Coreopsis
       BN: Coreopsis verticallata "Moonbeam"




       CN: Pink Threadleaf Coreopsis
       BN: Coreopsis verticillata "Rosea"




       CN: Bunchberry or Dwarf Cornel
       BN: Cornus canadensis




       CN: Cotoneaster
       BN: Cotoneaster varieties




       CN: Broom
       BN: Cytisis varities




       CN: Pinks
       BN: Dianthus vrities




       CN: Trailing Arbutus
       BN: Epigaea repens




       CN: Bishop's Hat
       BN: Epimedium vrities




       CN: Wintercreeper
       BN: Euonymous fortunei varieties




       CN: Running Strawberry Bush
       BN: Euonymus obovatus




       CN: Wintergreen
       BN: Gaultheria procumbens




       CN: Wild Geranium
       BN: Geranium maculatum




       CN: Blood-Red Geranium
       BN: Geranium sanguineum




       CN: Creeping Gypsophila
       BN: Gypsophila repens rosea




       CN: English Ivy
       BN: Hedera helix varieties




       CN: Sun Rose
       BN: Helianthemum nummularia




       CN: Day Lily
       BN: Hemerocallis varieties




       CN: Hepatica
       BN: Hepatica acutiloba




       CN: Alumroot
       BN: Heuchera americana




       CN: Coral bells
       BN: Heuchera sanguinea




       CN: Plantain Lily
       BN: Hosta varieties, Hosta




       CN: Golden Seal
       BN: Hydrastis canadensis




       CN: St. Johnswort
       BN: Hypericum varieties




       CN: Evergreen Candytuft
       BN: Iberis sempervirens




       CN: Dwarf Crested Iris
       BN: Iris cristata




       CN: Twinleaf
       BN: Jeffersonia diphylla




       CN: Juniper
       BN: Juniperus varieties




       CN: Dead Nettle
       BN: Lamium varieties




       CN: Dog Hobble
       BN: Leucothoe fontanesiana




       CN: Lily Turf
       BN: Liriope varieties




       CN: Trumpet Honeysuckle
       BN: Lonicera sempervirens




       CN: Moneywort
       BN: Lysimachia nummularia




       CN: Moonseed
       BN: Menispermum canadense




       CN: Partridge-Berry
       BN: Mitchella repens




       CN: Forget-Me-Not
       BN: Myosotis scorpioides




       CN: Prickly Pear
       BN: Opuntia humifusa




       CN: Common Wood Sorrel
       BN: Oxalis montana




       CN: Canby's Mountain Lover
       BN: Pachistima canbyi




       CN: Alleghany Spurge
       BN: Pachysandra procumbens




       CN: Japanese Spurge
       BN: Pachysandra terminalis




       CN: Virginia Creeper
       BN: Parthenocissus quinquefolia




       CN: Boston Ivy
       BN: Parthenocissus tricuspidata




       CN: Wild Blue Phlox
       BN: Phlox divaricata




       CN: Creeping Phlox
       BN: Phlox subulata




       CN: Solomon's Seal
       BN: Polygonatum pubescens




       CN: Silverlace Vine
       BN: Polygonum aubertii




       CN: Dwarf Lace Plant
       BN: Polygonum varieties




       CN: Silverwood Cinquefoil
       BN: Potentilla anseraiana




       CN: Wineleaf Cinquefoil
       BN: Potentilla tridentata




       CN: Primrose
       BN: Primula varieties




       CN: Rose
       BN: Rosa varieties




       CN: Pearlwort
       BN: Sagina subulata




       CN: Bloodroot
       BN: Sanguinaria canadensis




       CN: Wild Stonecrop
       BN: Sedum varieties




       CN: Lamb's Ears
       BN: Stachys lantana




       CN: Germander
       BN: Teucrium chamaedrys




       CN: Foamflower
       BN: Tiarella cordifolia




       CN: Starflower
       BN: Trientalis borealis




       CN: Periwinkle
       BN: Vinca minor




       CN: Violets - Pansies
       BN: Viola varieties




       CN: Barren Strawberry
       BN: Waldsteinia fragariodes




       CN: Yellowroot
       BN: Xanthorhiza simplicissima




  6. Acceptable Vines

       CN: Trumpetvine
       BN: Campsis radicans




       CN: Jackman Clematis
       BN: Clematic x jackmanii




       CN: Sweet Autumn Clematis
       BN: Clematis maximowicziana




       CN: American Bittersweet
       BN: Celastris scandens




       CN: Climbing Hydrangea
       BN: Hydrangea anomala petiolaris




       CN: Silverlace Vine
       BN: Polygonum aubertii