Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__041510

Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__041510

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Shrubs 1. Rhus aromatica 1. Fragrant Sumac 1. 2’-6’ - light: sun-part 2. Fall color (red) - soil: moist 3. Throughout - 4. Open woods, sand dunes Notes: leaves: trifolia (three leaflets), shiny, glossy, rounded serrations. Usually multi- stemmed. Flowers: yellow. Fruit: clusters of small, round red. 1. Toxicodendron radicans 1. Poison Ivy 1. 1’-2’, vine - light: sun-part 2. Fall color (red) - soil: moist 3. Throughout - FAC 4. Open woods, disturbed sites 2. Notes: can be ground cover or grow on trees. Vine: very “hairy”. Fruit: white berries. 2. Hedera helix 1. English Ivy 1. 1’, vine - light: sun-shade 2. Evergreen - soil: moist 3. Escape, south - 4. Open woods, disturbed sites 2. Notes: juvenile stage: cannot flower or fruit. Likes to grow up trees. Flowers: white. Fruit: black. Leaves: adult: no lobes, triangular. Juvenile: 3-5 lobes. 3. Ilex crenata 1. Japanese Holly 1. 5’-10’ - light: sun-shade 2. Evergreen - soil: moist 3. Escape - 4. Open woods, urban sites 2. Notes: stems: new growth can be red. Leaves: oval, small, crenate, serrations,
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