Kansas Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines

Adam’s-needle
American bladdernut
American elm
American hazelnut
Amur honeysuckle
Atlantic ninebark
Autumn-olive
Basswood
Bessey’s sandcherry
Bitternut hickory
Bittersweet
Black cherry
Black haw inflorescence
Black hickory
Black locust
Black oak
Black raspberry
Black walnut
Black willow
Blackjack oak
Blue ash
Box elder
Bristly greenbrier
Bristly locust
Buffalo currant
Bur oak
Bush grape
Buttonbush
Callery pear
Chickasaw plum
Chinkapin oak
Choke cherry
Cock-spur hawthorn
Common moonseed
Coralberry
Cottonwood
Cupseed
Deceptive leatherwood
Deciduous holly
Downy hawthorn
Downy serviceberry
Dwarf chinquapin oak
Dwarf sumac
Eastern red cedar
Flowering dogwood
Four-wing saltbush
Fragrant sumac
Golden-rain tree
Graybark grape
Green ash
Green hawthorn
Hackberry
Honey locust
Ironwood
Japanese honeysuckle
Kentucky Coffee-tree
Lacebark elm
Lanceleaf buckthorn
Mockernut hickory
Netleaf hackberry
Northern catalpa
Osage orange
Pale dogwood
Pawpaw
Peach-leaf willow
Pecan
Persimmon
Pigeon grape
Pin oak
Poison ivy
Post oak
Prairie blackberry
Prickly ash
Raccoon-grape
Red elm
Red mulberry
Red oak
Redbud
River birch
Rough-leaf dogwood
Russian olive
Saw greenbrier
Shagbark hickory
Shingle oak
Shumard's oak
Siberian elm
Silk-tree albizia
Silver maple
Silver poplar leaf undersurface
Smooth sumac
Soapberry
Southern blackhaw
Spicebush
Sugar maple
Sugarberry
Swamp white oak
Sweetbrier
Sycamore
Tatarian honeysuckle
Tree cholla
Virginia creeper
Wahoo
Western buckeye
White ash
White mulberry
White oak
White sassafras
Wild crabapple
Wild plum
Winged burningbush
Winter grape
Wintercreeper
Woodbine
Woolly buckthorn