Plants Resistant or Susceptible to Verticillium Wilt

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Goldenrain tree (Koelreuteria paniculata) with Verticillium wilt.

Plants Resistant or Susceptible to Verticillium Wilt

Resistant or Immune

Susceptible

Trees

beech

hackberry

mulberry

ash

fringe tree

Prunus spp.

birch

hawthorn

plane tree

black locust

golden-rain tree

redbud

conifers (all)

honey locust

poplar

box elder

horse chestnut

Russian olive

crabapple

hornbeam

sweet gum

camphor tree

Japanese pagoda tree

sassafras

dogwood

katsura tree

sycamore

carob

Kentucky coffee tree

serviceberry

eucalyptus

mountain ash

willow

carrotwood

linden*

smoke tree

catalpa

magnolia

tree of heaven

cork tree

maple*

tupelo

elder

oak*

tulip tree

elm

peppertree

walnut

flannel bush

persimmon

yellowwood

Shrubs

arborvitae

juniper

fuchsia

privet

sumac

heather

rose

Viburnum sp.

lilac

Vegetables

asparagus

lettuce

carrot

cabbage

melons

radish

bean

pea

sweet potato

celery

pepper

rhubarb

cucumber

potato*

tomato*

eggplant

pumpkin

Flowers

African violet

hollyhock

primrose

aster

dahlia

petunia

ageratum

periwinkle

zinnia

begonia

geranium

snapdragon

baby’s breath

pansy

carnation

impatiens

sunflower*

chrysanthemum*

peony

Fruit

apple

pear

barberry

grape

Ribes spp.

blackberry

Prunus spp.

strawberry*

black raspberry

raspberry

watermelon

Weeds

grass

monocots (all)

dandelion

nightshade

shepherds-purse

groundsel

pigweed

velvetleaf

lambsquarters

sagebrush

Field Crops

corn

monocots (all)

alfalfa*

hops

rapeseed

clover

mint*

safflower

cotton

Miscellaneous

cacti

ferns

gymnosperms

Reference McCain, A.H., Raabe, R.D., and Wilhelm, S. 1981. Plants Resistant or Susceptible to Verticillium Wilt. University of California Leaflet 2703.

*Resistant cultivars or species are available.