Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date_032310

Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date_032310

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Understory Trees continued 1. Viburnum lentago 1. Nannyberry Viburnum 1. 15’-18’ [30’] - light: sun-shade 2. White flowers, fall color (red) - soil: moist-dry 3. North-mid -FAC 4. Moist woods - seral Notes: found in woodland situations. Bud: looks like a birds head. Leaf: shiny, thick, winged petiole. 1. Viburnum prunifolium 1. Blackhaw Viburnum 1. 12’-15’ - light: sun-shade 2. White flowers, fall color (red) - soil: moist-dry 3. Mid-south - FACU 4. Moist woods, stream beds - seral 2. Notes: bud: doesn’t have swollen base, reddish coloration on petiole. Branches: short spurs. Leaves: half the size of lentago. 2. Viburnum rufidulum 1. Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum 1. 10’-20’ [40’] - light: sun-shade 2. Flower, fruit, fall color (red) - soil: moist-dry 3. Mid-south - UPL 4. Dry, rocky woods - seral 2. Notes: buds: rust colored and pubescent. No wing on the petiole 3. Clethra acuminate 1. Cinnamon Clethra 1. 8’-12’ [20’] - light: sun-shade 2. White, fragrant, flowers - soil: moist 3. Mid, mountains
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