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Cladrastis kentukea, yellowwood
... Cladrastis kentukea, yellowwood Cladrastis kentukea (Dum.-Cours.) Rudd Family: Fabaceae (bean, pea, etc.) Common name: yellowwood Synonyms: C. lutea, ... often planted as an ornamental. The wood was formerly used to produce a yellow dye. Cladrastis is from a Greek phrase meaning brittle-branched; kentukea refers to the state of Kentucky ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu

HortNews- May 2006
... forgotten.” Fortunately, you can grow one at home and save the tramping. American yellowwood, Cladrastis lutea. This handsome, low-branching, rounded tree is mid-sized. We like its spring show ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volumes under Production
... .edu Chamaecytisus Nicholls, K. Wilf/ Chapmannia Mohlenbrock, Robert/ Cicer Kearns, Denis/Denis_Kearns@ca.bim.gov Cladrastis Randaci, Angelo/ Clitoria Fantz, Paul R./paul_fantz@ncsu.edu Cologania Kearns, Denis/Denis_Kearns@ca.bim ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

Deciduous Trees and Shrubs With All-Season Interest, HYG-1143-96
... orange autumn color; ' Autumn Flame,' ' Embers,' and ' Red Sunset.' Requires acidic soil and needs moisture. Cladrastis lutea--yellowwood; 30 to 50 feet in height with a spread of 40 to 55 ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Trees of Reed: Tree Information
... rubra Araucaria araucana B Betula spp. C Calocedrus decurrens Cedrus spp. Cercidiphyllum japonicum Chamaecyparis spp. Cladrastis kentukea Cornus spp. Crataegus spp. D, E, F Fagus sylvatica Fraxinus spp. G Ginkgo biloba ...
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Trees of Reed: Yellowwood
... Trees of Reed: Yellowwood Yellowwood Scientific Name: Cladrastis kentukea Family: Fabaceae This is a deciduous native of the southeastern U.S. It is ... , is a bright yellow. Many books still identify the yellowwood by its former name of Cladrastis lutea. Maps: 23 home | history | maps | trees | resources Maintained by Reed College Last updated: 4 ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - V
... Carya Disease Problems Catalpa Disease Problems Centaurea Disease Problems Cercis Disease Problems Chrysanthemum Disease Problems Cladrastis Disease Problems Cotinus Disease Problems Dahlia Disease Problems Digitalis Disease Problems Eleagnus Disease Problems Fraxinus ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - Y
... --Yellow loosestrife YELLOW ROT Hyacinthus Disease Problems YELLOW WAXBELLS Kirengeshoma palmata--Yellow Waxbells YELLOW-WOOD Cladrastis kentuckea--Yellow-wood YELLOWHORN Xanthoceras sorbifolium--Yellowhorn YEWS Taxus baccata--English Yew Taxus canadensis--Canadian ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Centenarians - Featured Centenarians
... the tree's very slow growth, which halts in the small to medium range. 9. Cladrastis kentuckea YELLOWWOOD Accessioned 1881 The yellowwood is native to the southeastern United States, but it ...
www.arboretum.harvard.edu

Open Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliopsida: Fabaceae
... (4) Amorpha (2) Amphicarpaea (1) Andira (2) Apios (3) Arachis (1) Baptisia (4) Canavalia (2) Cladrastis (0) Clianthus (1) Clitoria (2) Codariocalyx (1) Coronilla (2) Crotalaria (1) Cytisus (2) Dalbergia (2 ...
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