Verticillium wilt is a common problem on maple, catalpa, golden-rain tree, redbud, and tulip poplar trees in Kentucky. In addition, this disease occurs on ash, azalea, barberry, brambles, buckeye, cherry and other stone fruits, Kentucky coffee tree, cork tree, currant, elm, honeysuckle, horse chestnut, lilac, black locust, magnolia, nandina, Russian olive, osage orange, Japanese pagoda tree, persimmon, privet, rose, sassafras, serviceberry, smoke tree, sumac, tree-of-heaven, tupelo, viburnum, weigela, and yellowwood. More than 300 other woody and herbaceous plant species are known to be susceptible to Verticillium wilt.
Hartman, John, "Verticillium Wilt of Woody Ornamentals" (1996). Agriculture and Natural Resources Publications. Paper 15.