Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date_030910

Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date_030910

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Canopy Trees Continued 1. Populous grandidentata 1. Large-toothed Poplar (Aspen) 1. 50’-70’ - light: sun 2. Yellow fall color - soil: moist-dry 3. North-mid and west -FACU 4. Moist woods - Successional 2. Notes: bark: lighter and gray. Bud: long and pointed. Leaves: lighter on backside, “teeth” on the side 2. Populous tremuloides 1. Quaking Aspen 1. 40’-50’ - light: sun 2. Yellow fall color - soil: moist-dry 3. North-mid - 4. Moist woods, streamside - Successional 2. Notes: bark: “eyes”, smooth, waxy if bark is rubbed. Buds: smaller, closer to stem. Flower: “cotton” 3. Salix alba 1. White Willow “weeping willow” 1. 75’-100’ - light: sun 2. Yellow stems, fine texture - soil: moist-wet 3. Escape - FACW 4. Stream banks, old fields - Successional 2. Notes: stem: yellow and thin. Buds: small. Leaf: long and narrow. Weeping is the best id characteristic 4. Salix nigra 1. Black Willow 1. 60’-80’ - light: sun 2. Fine texture - soil: moist-wet 3. Throughout - FACW 4. Swamps, floodplains
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