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Current Plantings

Yucca treculeanaThis searchable database contains the current plantings of the JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University.

The JC Raulston Arboretum is dedicated to the collection, evaluation, and introduction of superior plants for use in the southeastern United States. Inclusion of a plant in this database does not necessarily mean it is successful in our region. Many plants listed are currently undergoing evaluation.

Enter your search term(s) below in one, some, or all of the search fields. Complete or partial term(s) may be searched. See "How to Use This Search Engine" below for more tips on how to conduct a search. A list of all plants is also provided.

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Botanical Name
Common Name
Family
Bed
Accession Number
 

How to Use This Search Engine

Enter your search term(s) in one, some, or all of the search fields. This search page uses a "contains" search command. Complete or partial term(s) may be searched. For instance, the search term "cer" typed in the "Botanical Name" search field will find any genera containing "cer" including Acer, Cercidiphyllum, Cercis, and Lonicera. This search will also find any occurrence of "cer" in the specific epithet (i.e. "cernuus" in Saururus cernuus) and any other word found in the plant's botanical name (i.e. Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Lucerne').

*For all search fields, please only search one word or part of one word at a time. Multiple word searches (like those used on <www.google.com>) will yield searches with no results unless the words are listed in the exact order that they were typed in the search field. For instance, searching for "cercis can" will find all "Cercis canadensis" listings, however, searching for "cer" and "can" at the same time will yield no results.

**Do not search for words like "var.,"variety,"form,"subsp.,"subspecies,"species," or "sp." or any symbols like "×,"®,"™," or double quotes. Do use single quotes around cultivar names.

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