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5-lobed Alternate Bark thick bluntly pointed bracts Branch with flowers Branch with fruits Branch with staminate Branch with winter-buds branches forming branchlets Branchlets slender Branchlets stout bright green broad Buds ovoid bundle-scars calyx carpels catkins clusters cm long cm wide cones corymbs CULTIVATION NOTES cymes dark green deciduous dense DISTRIBUTION drooping drupe enlarged fissured genus gray greenish HABIT HABITAT hairy beneath inflorescences introduced species lateral buds smaller leaf leaflets leaves lenticels Linnaeus lobes narrow native North America nutlet oblong obovate ornamental tree ovary ovate pale panicles Pennsylvania petals petioles Pistillate catkins pistillate flowers planted pointed at apex Prefers rich Quercus racemes reddish brown ridges round-topped crown roundish scaly seeds sepals sharply pointed short-stalked shrubs slightly hairy small tree south to Florida species stalks staminate and pistillate Staminate flower STEMS Sweet-Gum Terminal bud timber tree toothed on margin Tsuga usually Vertical section wedge-shaped at base yellow Young branchlets