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american hophornbeam

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... Alpine Current Alternate-leaved Dogwood American Beech American Bladdernut American Chestnut American Elderberry American Elm American Holly American Hophornbeam American Hornbean American Larch (Tamarak) American Linden Amur maple Ash ... Hazelnut Hemlock Hickory Highbush Cranberry Holly Honeysuckle Honeylocust Hophornbeam Hornbeam Horsechestnut Hydrangia I Ironwood (Ostrya) Ironwood (Carpinus) ...
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Buffalo socked by October surprise - Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... anemones & several oak-leaved hydrangeas under a grouping of four of these trees Ostrya virginiana - American Hophornbeam Native mid-sized tree, lovely shaggy bark, beautiful shape. Not often grown as an 'open ...
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HortNews- May 2006
... every fall, and our two specimens have shrugged off some major snow and ice storms. American hornbeam, Carpinus caroliniana. “Musclewood” is a small, adaptable, understory tree with few insect or ... fairly rapidly into a huge, pyramidal tree. Ours flourishes in a low, wet, open spot. American hophornbeam, Ostrya virginiana. Happy in either full sun or as an understory tree, “ironwood” has ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

Street Trees Evaluation Project, Bulletin 877-99
... Goldenraintree Liquidambar Styraciflua Sweetgum Liquidambar Styraciflua Sweetgum Liquidambar Styraciflua Sweetgum Liquidambar Styraciflua Sweetgum Ostrya Virginiana American Hophornbeam Malus Purpurea Rosebloom Crabapple Phellodendron Amurense Amur Corktree Phellodendron Amurense Amur Corktree Platanus X Acerifolia ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Centenarians - Featured Centenarians
... a perfect choice for urban environments. 8. Ostrya virginiana var. virginiana AMERICAN HOPHORNBEAM Accessioned 1873 The immature fruit of the american hophornbeam is easily mistaken for pale green flowers dangling from the branches. Each ... name Ostrya comes from the Greek for a tree with very hard wood. And indeed, hophornbeam wood is remarkably hard and strong—possibly a result of the tree's very ...
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Dendrology at Virginia Tech
... / print sheets Family Botanical Name Common Name Betulaceae Ostrya virginiana eastern hophornbeam Fabaceae Cercis canadensis redbud Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia black locust Fagaceae Quercus ... arboreum sourwood Ericaceae Rhododendron periclymenoides (nudiflorum) pink azalea Fagaceae Castanea dentata American chestnut Fagaceae Quercus coccinea scarlet oak Fagaceae Quercus ilicifolia bear oak ...
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Dendrology at Virginia Tech
... Landowner Sheet Carya pallida - sand hickory USDAFS Forest Products Lab Castanea dentata - American chestnut USDAFS Forest Products Lab Casuarina equisetifolia - Australian pine USDAFS Forest ... Lab Nyssa sylvatica - blackgum USDAFS Forest Products Lab Landowner Sheet Ostrya virginiana - hophornbeam USDAFS Forest Products Lab Oxydendrum arboreum - sourwood USDAFS Forest Products Lab Persea borbonia ...
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American Association of Amateur Arborists: ArborMaps
... Front Campus, this portion of the University still has been carefully planned and preserved. Eastern Hophornbeam are a delightful find, and the century-old Pecans provide expansive shade. Catonsville High ... the Web. In return you will receive a handsome certificate of membership in the American Association of Amateur Arborists. Home Page ArborTags ArborWorks Jim Rose / jrose@arborworks.org Last ...
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American Hornbeam
... should confirm identification of a specimen. This tree, also sometimes called "Ironwood," and the Eastern Hophornbeam have an unusual history of confusion in common names. Each tree has at some time ... Oklahoma, and in southeastern Canada. It is found throughout Ohio. Unlike the Eastern Hophornbeam, the wood of the American Hornbeam decays rapidly when in contact with soil. Still, the wood is hard ...
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Eastern Hophornbeam
... as wide Fruit Characteristics winged single winged elongated nut in papery, bladder-like sac Eastern Hophornbeam Ostrya virginiana A champion specimen of this tree in Trumbull County had grown to the ... a shredded look. The combination of trunk and bark should separate this tree from the American Hornbeam, with which it has shared an unusual history of confusion in common names. Each ...
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