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Ash White _ _ 79 Maple Ashleaf
Cherry Black 68 Northern
Cottonwood Swamp 84 Scarlet
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50 feet acorn attains a height black locust branches brown in color catkins chestnut close-grained clusters coarse-grained Coastal Plain cones crossties dark brown dark green dense diam drooping early spring forest trees fuel grows hard hickories HONEY LOCUST inch in diameter inches in length inches long inches wide Leaf leaflets leaves are alternate leaves are simple light brown light gray lobes LOBLOLLY PINE longleaf pine lumber MAGNOLIA maple mountains narrow NORTHERN RED OAK OAK Quercus oblong occurs one-half natural one-half natural size one-third natural ornamental planting oval pine POND PINE pyramidal head reaches a height red oak reddish brown rich ridges rough rounded sapwood scales seeds shade tree shiny slash pine slender smooth soft soil stem strong swamps sweet thick thin throughout timber toothed tough trunk Twig two-thirds natural usually willow oak winged WINGED ELM winter buds wood is heavy wood is light yellow YELLOW BUCKEYE