How to Manage Pests

Pests in Gardens and Landscapes

Landscape Trees and Shrubs Resistant to Verticillium Wilt*
  • Apple and crab apple (Malus spp.)
  • Birch (Betula spp.)
  • Box and Boxwood (Buxus spp.)
  • California bay (Umbellularia
  • Citrus (Citrus spp.)
  • Conifers (Pinus, Abies, Picea spp.)
  • Dogwood (Cornus spp.)
  • Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.)
  • European mountain ash
    (Sorbus aucuparia)
  • Fig, edible (Ficus carica)
  • Hawthorn (Crataegus spp.)
  • Holly (Ilex spp.)
  • Locust (Gleditsia spp.)
  • Manzanita (Arctostaphylos spp.)
  • Maple (Norway maple
    cultivars 'Jade Glen' and 'Parkway')
  • Mulberry (Morus spp.)
  • Oak (Quercus spp.)
  • Oleander (Nerium oleander)
  • Palms (all genera)
  • Pear (Pyrus spp.)
  • Plane tree (Platanus spp.)
  • Pyracantha (Pyracantha spp.)
  • Sweet gum (Liquidambar styraciflua)
  • Walnut (Juglans spp.)
  • Western sycamore (Platanus
  • White rock rose (Cistus corbariensis)
  • Willow (Salix spp.)

*New pathogen strains may develop; disease is influenced by cultural care and environmental conditions.

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