Former Nuttall oak champs, American mountain-ash, dotted and green hawthorns, Canada plum, Kenai birch, and smooth dogwood have been mysteriously listed as 'whereabouts unknown.' Another 15 trees were stripped of their title because they were misidentified (black ash, red buckeye, seaside alder, Fraser fir, Japanese privet
, Bonpland willow, black oak, turkey oak), mismeasured (longbeak eucalyptus, eastern redbud, and Utah serviceberry), or too small to be a tree (evergreen sumac, cinnamon clethra, yellow anise-tree, and jumping-bean sapium).
Has: chives, peppermint, lemon balm, oregano, liriope, maple trees, Japanese privet
, lilacs, orange day lilies, purple spring violets, forsythia, rose of Sharon, golden raintree (limited), love-in-a-puff vine, hollyhocks, fern spores, purple lady bells, rudbeckia, marigolds, clematis, English ivy, chaste tree, blanket flower, morning glories, willow oak tree, mimosas, bee balms, holly bush, evening primrose, oxalis, lavender, irises, variegated vinca, cosmo, wild flowers, assorted heirloom peppers, tomatoes, hot peppers, muskmelons, honeydews, yellow flesh watermelon, white peach seeds (very limited) and white pumpkins.