Woody Plants in Winter: A Manual of Common Trees and Shrubs in Winter in the Northeastern United States and Southeastern Canada
A manual to identify trees and shrubs in winter when the lack of leaves, fruits, and flowers makes them least identifiable, Woody Plants in Winter has become a classic for naturalists, botanists, gardeners, and hobbyists. Earl L. Core and Nell P. Ammons, both West Virginia University Professors of distinction, originally published this book with The Boxwood Press in 1958. Now in its fifteenth printing, the title has come home to West Virginia University Press.
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Moist thickets, mostly on the coastal plain, Florida to Louisiana, north to
Massachusetts. OXYDENDRUM DC. (Ericaceae) Small or medium-sized
deciduous tree. Twigs slender, ZigZag; pith pale, continuous. Buds rather small,
GAULTHERIA L. (Ericaceae) Evergreen aromatic erect or trailing small shrubs.
Twigs moderate or very slender, rounded; pith small. Buds solitary, sessile, ovoid,
minute. Leaves alternate, simple, obovate or ovate, entire. Fruit a fleshy globular
GAYLUSSACIA HBK (Ericaceae) Low deciduous or evergreen shrubs. Twigs
slender, 3-sided or roundish; pith small, continuous. Buds solitary, sessile, ovoid,
small; terminal bud lacking. Leaf-scars alternate, 3-sided; bundletrace 1; ...