Below are the types of plant life in New York. These types of plant life are part of the natural resources and are essential as they provide food and shelter to a few types of animal life in New York such as deer mice, eastern cottontails, snowshoe hares, woodchucks, gray squirrels, muskrats, and raccoons.
– Palms (Arecaceae)
To learn more about the individual names of different types of plant life in the State of New York by local cities and towns, you will want to visit FloriData.com which provides a free extensive A-Z listing covering from the African Tuliptree to the Yoshino Cherry.
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