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WHITE POPLAR Populus alba
WEEPING WILLOW Salix Babylonica
HOP HORNBEAM IRONWOOD Ostrya Virginiana
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Our Trees, How to Know Them: Photographs from Nature by Arthur I. Emerson ...
Clarence Moores Weed
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abundant acorns Alder Alleghany Mountains America appearance attains attractive autumn bark beautiful Birch Black blades blossoms branches brown buds called Catalpa catkins characteristic Cherry Chestnut clusters color common name commonly cones develop distinctive distinguished easily eastern England English Elm European extending Florida foliage forest fruit green greenish ground grows hairy hardy Hickory Hornbeam inches insects key-fruits landscape planting latter leaf leaflets lobes Maple margins mature Mountain Mulberry native North Northern Norway Maple Norway Spruce nuts ornamental planting ornamental tree panicles petioles Pitch Pine plate pollen pollen-bearing catkins Poplar Professor Sargent racemes range reaches a height Red Spruce reddish region river scales season seed-bearing flowers seeds serrate shade shown shrub slender smooth Southern species Spruce Striped Maple Sugar Maple Sumach summer swamps Texas tips trunk diameter twigs upper surface White White Spruce widely distributed Willow winter wood yellow young trees