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Chapter Page I Why We Plant Trees
What Is a Tree?
Oldest Living Things
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Acer American Elm Arborvitae attains a height Baldcypress bark base Beech Black bloom branches branchlets broad brown buds California Catalpa cavity Chamaecyparis Cherry Chinese Elm clusters color cones conifers Cornus Crab Crataegus cuttings Cypress dark green deciduous Dogwood evergreens Florida flowers foliage fruit germinate Ginkgo grafted gray Green Ash grown grows growth hardy Hemlock Honeylocust Horsechestnut Japanese Juniper Kentucky Coffeetree leaf leaflets leaves Linden loam lobes Locust Magnolia Maple moist nuts oval pendulous petioles Pine pink Planetree plants Poplar produced Propagation Seeds pruning Prunus purple Pyramid Redcedar roots rounded seedlings shade shrub Shrubby small tree smooth soil Southern Southern Magnolia sown species spray spreading Spring Spruce street tree successful in regions suckers Sugar Maple Sycamore Maple tall Texas Thuja occidentalis tips toothed transplant trunk Tuliptree twigs Variety virginiana Walnut Weeping White White White Willow Winter wood yellow young