Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date_031110

Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date_031110

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Canopy Trees Continued 1. Ulmus parvifolia 1. Chinese Elm 1. 40’-50’ [70’] - light: sun 2. Mottled exfoliating bark - soil: moist 3. Escape - 4. Disturbed sites - Successional Notes: bark: grey and orange. Buds: very tiny. Leaves: small, thick. Fruit: fruits in fall 1. Ulmus Pumila 1. Siberian Elm 1. 50’-70’ - light: sun 2. Durable - soil: moist-dry 3. Escape - 4. Disturbed sites - Successional 2. Notes: bugs love this tree. Buds: dark. Flower bud: larger than vegetative bud. Leaves: usually have damage from bugs 2. Ulmus rubra 1. Red Elm 1. 40’-60’ [100’] - light: sun 2. Yellow fall color - soil: moist 3. Throughout - FAC 4. Moist woods, floodplains - Successional 2. Notes: bud: flower bud bigger than vegetative. Stem: usually has pubescence. Leaves: bristly hairs. Understory Trees 1. Acer ginnala 1. Amur Maple 1. 15’-18’ [25’] - light: sun-part 2. Fall color (red/ purple) - soil: moist 3. Escape - 4. Disturbed areas - Successional 2. Notes: bark: stripy. Buds: opposite, small, scaled, reddish coloration. No
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Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date_031110

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