FieldNotesWeek6.pdf LSA 333
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Date Created: 10/08/15
Acer palmatum Japanese Maple opposite leaves ow branches 2530ft Fall color Red many cultivars seeds very small grey beech like bark Zone 5 highly valued ornamental plant does well in full Sun and partial shade Acer griseum Paperbark Maple orange brown peeling bark lobed toothed leaves grow in threes buds fuzzy and fat Fall color Red not commonly used in landscaping small tree ow branched zone 4 native to China Acer pseudoplatanUS Sycamore Maple Norway native leaves coarse teeth prominent veins wrinkled fruits grow in threes spreads Poor Fall color AechIUS glabra Ohio Backeye pinnate compound leaves five per leaflet Betula papyn39fera Paper Birch non triangular leaves zone 2 Native Fal39 leaves butter color fruit 1 12 inches bark white light grey horizontal bars peeling in strips Betula pendula European Birch nonnative invasive looks similar to Gray Birch alternate simple wedge shaped leaves whitish bark Betula populifolia Gray Birch weeping plant alternate triangular leaves simple double toothed drooping fruit 1 12 long smooth red brown trunk Berberis thunbergii Japanese Barberry alternate simple redpurple leaves reddish brown stem angled and grooved dense growth Berberis vulgaris Common Barberry native to Europe invasive in US thorny shrub obovate leaves with fine teeth red berries hang on branch for longer period than most berries CarpinUS caroliniana Ironwood steel blue quotmusclequot bark Fal yelloworange Zone 4 hanging fruit buds hairy smal wide spreading Schwarzenegger tree Catalpa speciosa bignoniodes Catalpa big spade leaves opposite whorled groups of three simple entire coarse tree June bloom showy multicolored Flowers fruit39 beans 1 narrow only grown for flowers native not a forest tree Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo simple notch fan shaped leaves China native stubs on branch where leaves will grow from distinct malefemale trees nuts edible if cooked sow growing under stress change gender doube lobed Gymnocladus dioicus Kentucky Coffeetree doube pinnate compound leaves 2 12 3ft long alternate zone 4 native anew leaves tipped with pink messy tree distinct malefemale trees adaptable Hydrangea paniculata Panicle Hydrangea Pee Gee smal custers of small pinkwhite flowers opposite leaves oval shape JapanChina native Metasequia glyptostroboides Dawn Redwood deciduous conifer soft foliage feathery flat across branches opposite pyramida when young spiraly arranged Fall color redbrown Trunk buttresses out hollows in tree side from China was believed to be extinct Morella Myrica pensylvanica Bayberry alternate simple sometimes toothed flowers in May cande smell spreading shrub sand dunes sometimes grows into tree acidic soils salt tolerate Zone 2 separate malefemale trees Morus alba White Mulberry eaves39 alternate toothed entire or mitten shaped Zone 4 from China alternate branches sometimes opposite fruit whitepink juicy dry basic soil salt tolerate toerant of urban conditions stubs on twig dark tan Pinus nigra Austrian Pine 2 needles per follicle stiff and hard round grenade shaped cone solid shape young39 pyramidal candle buds coarse 23 year needle cycle easy to grow and cheap prone to disease bark grey with white streaks transplants easy Pinus mago MUgo Pine 2 needle per follicle not tree wide spreading shrub 40ft across no typical form many cultivars spreads not used often PseudotSUga menziesii DOUglas Fir needles spiral around tree bue green in color cones 2 little tails between scales moist soils adaptable common Christmas tree thinner than most firs reaches 100 Syringa reticulate Japanese Tree Lilac big tree white flowers nice in bloom grows best in moist soils zone 3 Japan native leaves vary in shape Taxus cuspidate Japanese Yew 2530 went allowed to grow needles are flat opposite angled or whorled large shrub small tree oved by deer overused itte red berries seed toxic
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