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White Oak Quercus Alba White oak is Missouri native tree of the white oak group. It typically occurs in dry upland slopes and ledges as well as lowland valleys and ravines throughout the State. Grows to 50-80' tall in cultivation and taller in the wild. White oak grows over much of eastern North America and is an important hardwood timber tree. The tree is best grown in rich, moist, acidic, well-drained loams in full sun. http://www.mobot.org/GARDENINGHELP/PLANTFINDER/plant.asp?code=L930 Acer Negundo – Box Elder Box elder is a fast-growing, weak-wooded, suckering, medium-sized, deciduous tree that typically grows 30-50’ (less frequently to 70’) tall. It is widely distributed throughout the U.S. except in Alaska and Hawaii. Leaves are light to medium green, turning an undistinguished yellow in fall. Fruiting can be abundant for this tree. This tree is easily grown in average, medium to wet soil in full sun and is able to tolerate a wide range of soils, including poor dry ones. However, it is intolerant of shade.
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Same source Prunus Serotina- Black Cherry Black cherry, wild cherry or wild rum cherry is native to eastern North America, Mexico and Central America. It is one of the largest of the cherries, typically growing to 50-80’ (less frequently to 100’) tall. During the spring season, when it is in its full bloom, white flowers in clusters appear, along with small red cherries that ripen in the late summer to dark purple-black emerge. This cherry grows best in moist, fertile loams in full sun. same source
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Robinia pseudoacacia Black locust Black locust is medium sized, suckering, deciduous tree that typically grows to 30-50’ tall. Although originally native to the Allegheny Mountains, but over time it has come to cover much of the United States and southern Canadam plus parts of Europe, Asia and South America Fragrant wisteria-like white flowers in pendant racemes bloom in late spring upon the tree. Bees are attracted to the flowers. Flowers are followed by smooth, flat, purple-brown seed pods (to 4-5” long). Jugians nigra Black walnut General Culture: Black walnut is a large deciduous tree typically growing 75-100’ tall. Black walnut is native from Massachusetts through southern Ontario to South Dakota south to Florida and Texas. Leaves are late to emerge in spring and early to drop in fall. It is seen that yellow green flowers appear in late spring. Nuts engross this tree and mature in autumn, falling to the ground where the husks blacken as they rot. The Black walnut prefers moist, organically rich, well-drained soils in full sun. STOPPED HERE PINCEA PUNGENS Colorado blue spruce
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General Culture: Colorado spruce is a medium to large, narrow, pyramidal conifer with horizontal branching to the ground. It typically grows 30-60’ tall in cultivation, but may reach 100’ or more. It is native to the central Rocky Mountains from southern Montana and eastern Idaho south to New Mexico where it is typically found growing in moist locations from
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2010 for the course MKTG 3340 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Roanoke.

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