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The Cottonwood
... of cottonwood - Salix Black Willow Eastern Cottonwood Black Cottonwood Leaves: alternate , triangular, coarsely curved teeth, Leafstalks flattened. Bark: yellowish green and smooth. Flowers: catkins, male - female on separate trees. ash | beech | basswood | birch | black cherry | black walnut/butternut | cottonwood ...
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Cottonwood
... keep its feet wet, so to speak. That species is the cottonwood tree. Cottonwoods can be either male or female. It is the ... The heartwood typically rots from the larger limbs and trunk of a cottonwood. If a windstorm breaks one of these hollow branches off, providing ... In summer, while looking over a cottonwood tree you may spot a large black and white insect. This is the Cottonwood Borer, (a type of ...
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Cottonwood
... with floss and disk at base thick walled, bead shaped Cottonwood (Eastern Cottonwood) Populus deltoides This is the largest of the North ... 6 inches long, and nearly as wide. Although the Eastern Cottonwood typically grows on the moist soils of stream bottoms, swamps ... for rough construction and wood pulp. A related tree, the Swamp Cottonwood, is found in a few parts of Ohio. Tree Size height 50 ...
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Black Cottonwood
Black Cottonwood Black Cottonwood Populus trichocarpa sitemap Internet Searching Modifiers:-, "", OR, site:, ~ (synonym) Modifiers: -, "", OR Modifiers: -, "", (OR), site: Search the Web for: Modifiers: -, "", OR, area code, define, synonym, convert, weather, zip code, news, time, patent, quote (stock sym), (city) traffic, (team) scores,
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Fremont Cottonwood
... Fremont Cottonwood Fremont Cottonwood Alamo Populus fremontii (Photo: Charles Webber, California Academy of Sciences) sitemap Internet Searching Modifiers:-, "", OR, ...
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Populus deltoides--Eastern Cottonwood
... University Extension Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - 00002017 11/12/99 Populus deltoides--Eastern Cottonwood Hardiness Zones: 3 to 9 Height: 85 ft Spread: 60 ft Form: rounded Type: deciduous tree Annual Growth Rate: more than 18 inches Comments: Eastern Cottonwood grows rapidly but usually creates litter problems. Female trees produce copious amounts of white "cotton ...
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Populus deltoides, eastern cottonwood
... Populus deltoides, eastern cottonwood Populus deltoides Bartr. ex Marsh. Family: Salicaceae (willows & poplars) Common names: cottonwood, eastern cottonwood Tree to 25 m (80 ft) tall and 120 cm (50 in) diameter. Bark yellowish ...
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Populus balsamifera ssp. trichocarpa... Black Cottonwood
... balsamifera ssp. trichocarpa... Black Cottonwood Populus balsamifera ssp. trichocarpa (Populus trichocarpa) Black Cottonwood Family: Salicaceae (Willow family) Photo taken in East Wenatchee near the loop bicycle trail, growing ... of a small creek © 2002 Thayne Tuason © 2003 Thayne Tuason This is the largest Black Cottonwood that I have seen yet in Central Washington- found between Porter's Pond area ...
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Questions On Cottonwood
... . Spraying will inhibit seed formation. Q: I just received 25 cottonwood trees from my state’s conservation department. They are wrapped ... years that it is the female cottonwood tree (if there is a male and female cottonwood) that produces the dreaded cotton. If this ... and how to trim young trees, especially silver maple and cottonwood? (Webster, S.D.) A: Refer to the NDSU Extension Service ...
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Cottonwood borer
... Cottonwood borer Cottonwood borer - All photos by Jim Mason Common Name: Cottonwood Borer Scientific Name: Plectrodera scalator Omigosh!! value: Very high The cottonwood borer is a member of the long-horned beetle ... and as larvae, these insects depend on the cottonwood for their livelihood. The species will also use willows and poplars, but the cottonwood is the tree it prefers. Like all beetles, ...
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