As contrasted with the plants listed under Chapter XXVIII (Plants For Undergrowth Planting In Wooded Areas), most of the types in this list are adapted for use on the refined lawn areas where fruit and flowers, together with a heavy texture of foliage in the mature plant, are of great value. In fact, some of these plants such as the ground yew and the kalmia, will thrive better under partially shaded conditions than under conditions of open exposure to the sun.

Acer pennsylvanicum Striped Maple

Atnelanchier oblongifolia

Shad-bush Azalea (in variety)

Native Azalea

Benzoin aestivale

Spice Bush Calycanthus floridus

Strawberry Shrub

Ceanothus americanus New Jersey Tea

Clethra alnifolia

Sweet Pepper Bush Cornus alternifolia

Alternate-leaved Dogwood

Cornus florida

Flowering Dogwood

Cornus mas Cornelian Cherry

Diervilla hybrida lutea-marginata

Variegated Weigela Diervilla trifida

Bush Honeysuckle Hamamelis virginiana

Witch Hazel Hydrangea arborescens

Wild Hydrangea Hydrangea quercifolia

Oak-leaved Hydrangea Kalmia latifolia

Mountain Laurel

Ligustrum (in variety) Privet

Lonicera tatarica Tartarian Honeysuckle

Philadelphus coronarius

Mock Orange Picea alba

White Spruce

Rhamnus caroliniana Carolina Buckthorn

Rhododendron (in variety) Rhododendron

Rhodotypos kerrioides White Kerria

Symphoricarpos racemosus Snowberry

Symphoricarpos vulgaris Indian Currant

Taxus canadensis Ground Yew

Tsuga canadensis

Canadian Hemlock Viburnum acerifolium

Maple-leaved Viburnum Viburnum alnifolium

Hobble-bush Viburnum dentatum

Arrow-wood Viburnum lentago

Sheep Berry

Viburnum opulus High-bush Cranberry

Viburnum prunifolium Black Haw

Viburnum pubescens Downy-leaved Arrow-wood

Zanthoxylum americanum Prickly-ash