1. Keep bare-root stock moist and cool before planting. Dormant bare-root shrubs can be ordered in the fall or winter for delivery in the spring. Plant bare-root stock as soon as it arrives. If you must wait to plant, store bare-root stock close to 34°F. to avoid breaking dormancy. Quercus rubra Red Oak 3a M Round RW Urban; pyramidal when young; red fall color; well-drained soil; often sold as Q. borealis.
Taxodium distichum Baldcypress 5a F Pyramidal RW Moist soil; intolerant of alkaline soil; tolerates poor drainage; bronze fall color; fine-textured; purchase from northern source. Wisconsin Native Trees and Shrubs Common Name Scientific Name Moisture Preferences Light Exposure Mature Height (feet) Notes Wildlife Common blackberry Rubus allegheniensis wm,m,dm,d Full sun - Part sun White flowers, May- June;edible fruits;plant in out of the way places Bear,deer,rabbit,game birds, turtles,songbirds,fox Black raspberry.
May 05, / . Live. . There are vascular plants on Wisconsin's Natural Heritage Working List, including that are tracked by the Natural Heritage Inventory. Rare plant habitats can vary greatly in size and quality, with species occurring in both large blocks of high-quality undisturbed habitats as well as small, remnant, isolated sites. terrestrial invasive plants in Wisconsin. With the development of the Wisconsin Invasive Species Identi cation, Classi cation and Control Rule – NR 40, Wisconsin has, for the rst time, a legal list of invasive species including 60 plants that.