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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jack Kenney on Thursday October 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LSA 333 at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry taught by Donald Ferlow, Jeremy Davidheiser in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see Plant Materials in Landscape Architecture at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
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Date Created: 10/01/15
Alnus rUgosa incana Speckled Alder wetands edges shallow water produces little cones spade shaped alternate simple toothed leaves twigs triangular in growth large shrubsmall tree wetland Betula lenta Sweet or Black Birch eaves alternate simple shade tree smooth dark grey bark Carya cordiformis Bitternut Hickory alternate pinnately compound leaves sharply serrated grows in damp soils grey to brown bark CephalanthUS occidentalis BUt tOthSh white spiny flower spiny fruit water loving shrub Chamaedaphne calyculata Leatherleaf 11 Vz tall arching form itte white bud flowers leaves thick leathery riverbog edge ComUS amomum Silky Dogwood opposite simple leaves fills up large spaces bright red brown bark interesting in winter CornUS stolonifera Redosier Dogwood opposite simple leaves fills up large spaces bright red brown bark interesting in winter ElaeagnUS umbellateAutL1mn Olive weedy appearance fast growing alternate simple leaves big bunches of globose red fruits ripen in September Hamamelis virginiana Witchhazel alternate simple leaves Gold in Fall Good border plant for against buildings Larixlaricina Eastern Larch wetlandpondlake edge cones 1A whorled clumped needles Liquidambar styraclflua Sweet Gum northern native alternate simple lobed star like leaves Fall color Redpurple Russian mine fruit grey bark topographic rough twigs large symmetrical tree Maclura pomifera Osage Orange fu Sun fast growth stout orange brown stem MaIUS spp Apple Crabapple sma flowering tree alternate simple leaves scaly shiny grey brown bark Picea glaUCa White SprUCe good hedge wind breaker plant compact growth dul blue green needles native 2 cones often used with Norway spruce buer needles small branches don t droop Pinus monticola Western White Pine tal straight evergreen conifer malefemale trees full sun silver blue green needles needles hang on through part of winter 5 long needles per facile Quercus palustris Pin Oak drooping branches Red Oak group smaller leaves compared to others foodpain tree leaves have Cnotched Sassafras albidum Sassafras alternate quothandmitten leaves full sun deeply furrowed mahogany bark Toxicodendron vernix Poison Sumac all parts are toxic alternate Pinnately compound leaves upright tree with spreading branches red brown stem wetland plant shrub Vaccinium corymbosum Highbush Blueberry bue black berries edible alternate simple ovate leaves upright multi stem shrub Viburnum acerifolium Mapleleaf Viburnum fu shade attracts wildlife brown stem fuzzy when young Herbaceous Iris versicola Blue Flag Iris bog plant sword shaped leaves native beautiful flower Aster Woodland Aster ow spreading plant white daisy like flowers terrific ground cover Ferns Dennstaedtia punctilobula Hayscented Fern sunny fieldswoods fills up an open space quickly Onoclea sensibilis Sensitive Fern gone with first frost finger toothed light greengrass green cump of spores on vertical stick pokes through snow wetland indicator 1 spreads over an area Osmunda cinnamomea Cinnamon Fern compound leave many small leaflets spores produced in center 2 V2 3 tall wetland plant grows from base bump in ground fuzzy on point ofjunction edge of wetland Osmunda claytoniana Interrupted Fern ooks like cinnamon fern middle leaves produce fruitspores grow on wetland slopes light bright green Osmunda regalis Royal Fern compound leaves wet feet grows in shallow water 2 3 tall spring red vertical structure fruiting body spreads over an area wetland plant Polystichum acrostichoides Christmas Fern upand likes rocky soils radiates form center evergreen fern toothed leaves with foot stocking leaves common spreads doesn t like a lot of Sun dark green Pteridium aquilinum Bracken Fern roadside wood edge stands up and branches out like tree 2 V2 tall northern New York Native
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