Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__050410

Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__050410

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Shrubs 1. Rhododendron atlanticum 1. Coast Azalea 1. 3’-6’ - light: sun-part 2. White, fragrant, flowers - soil: moist 3. Mid, coastal plain - FAC 4. Swamps, wet woods Notes: all native azaleas are deciduous. Toxic to animals. Native to Delaware. Flowers: flowers in late April, spicy fragrance, buds are pink. Leaves: bluish tint 1. Rhododendron carolinianum 1. Carolina Rhododendron 1. 3’-6’ - light: part-shade 2. Lilac rose flowers, evergreen - soil: moist 3. Mid-south mountains - (FAC) 4. Slopes, mountain woods 2. Notes: Flowers: magenta in color, flowers: in May, more open, stamen stops at end of petals. Likes to grow out of rocks. Leaves: smaller than azalea, elliptical, 2. Rhododendron catawbiense 1. Catawba Rhododendron 1. 6’-10’ - light: part-shade 2. Magenta flowers, evergreen - soil: moist 3. Mid-south mountains - (FAC) 4. Mountain woods, balds 2. Notes: Flower: flowers in mid-late May, clusters at end of branch. Flower bud: large terminal. Leaves: about 4 inches, whirl around bud, droop in the
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course PLSC 214 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__050410

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