30 feet or more

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    American linden

    Tilia americana

    This deciduous tree with dense foliage and a stately habit produces hanging clusters of fragrant yellow flowers in mid-summer.

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    Kuma bamboo grass

    Sasa veitchii

    This dwarf bamboo has deep-green leaves that become bicolored with the onset of autumn.

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    Canada hemlock

    Tsuga canadensis

    This North American native grows to 70 feet tall, with a broadly pyramidal outline.

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    American holly

    Ilex opaca

    This erect, evergreen large shrub or tree reaches 40 to 50 feet in height and 20 to 40 feet wide.

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    North American hay-scented fern

    Dennstaedtia punctilobula

    This fern's lacy foliage smells of freshly mown grass and carpets the woodland or a moist, partially sunny site.

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    Creeping raspberry

    Rubus pentalobus

    This prostrate evergreen species produces a mass of richly textured leaves, making it an attractive groundcover for formal areas, rock gardens, or woodland beds.

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    Red maple

    Acer rubrum

    This tree has lobed leaves that are green on top and gray-white beneath.

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    Asian pear

    Pyrus ×

    This easy-to-grow, pest-resistant pear resembles a Bradford pear in size and shape, with profuse white blooms in spring and great crisp fruit.

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    Creeping Jenny

    Lysimachia nummularia

    Creeping Jenny is a low-growing, rampant, evergreen ground cover with rounded leaves.

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    Amur cork tree

    Phellodendron amurense

    This spreading tree with a graceful habit bears glossy, dark green leaflets.