Woody plants in winter: a manual of common trees and shrubs in winter in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada
West Virginia University Press, Jan 1, 1958 - Nature - 218 pages
Written for nature lovers as well as botanists, this book uses clear descriptions and line drawings to guide the reader to identifying trees and large bushes after their leaves have fallen. Its usefulness has made it the definitive guide to the subject, and it has remained continuously in print for nearly fifty years.
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WOODY PLANTS IN WINTER
KEY TO THE GENERA
DESCRIPTIONS OF GENERA AND SPECIES
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3-sided angled appressed bark branches branchlets Bud-scales buds brown Buds moderate Buds ovoid Buds small Buds solitary bundle-traces capsule Carolina catkins cones crescent-shaped dark brown Deciduous shrubs Deciduous trees drupe elongated Ericaceae evergreen exposed scales Florida and Texas Florida to Texas fruit Georgia glabrate glaucous globose hairy half-round Introduced from Europe Iowa leaf Leaf-scars alternate Leaf-scars opposite leaves evergreen lenticels Manitoba Michx Minnesota Missouri Missouri Fig mountains nearly Newfoundland nodes oblong obtuse Oklahoma Fig Ontario ovoid persistent into winter petiole pith moderate pith small present in winter prickles puberulent pubescent Quebec reddish reddish-brown Rich woods ridges Rosaceae Saskatchewan scaly scars sessile shrub or small small tree smooth South Dakota south to Florida south to Georgia spines spreading stalked Stems stipule-scars stipule-scars lacking stipules superposed tendrils terminal bud Texas Fig thick thickets twigs glabrous Twigs moderate twigs slender usually Viburnum West Virginia Willow woody woody plants