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Cycas condaoensis
... reducing to spines separates it from C. siamensis. The thick corky bark on the trunk and the inflated base with similar thick corky bark are other similarities with C. siamensis, although these features are ...
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Cycas elephantipes
... south Vietnam in the rough trunk with a swollen base and thick, dark, deeply fissured corky bark and the flat, erect dull to semi-glossy grey green leaves with narrow, keeled leaflets ...
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Ulmus parvifolia--Lacebark Elm
... bark (Vis. 2). The tree is quite adaptable and can be used on adverse sites. Dutch Elm Disease is usually not a problem on Lacebark Elm. Cultivars: 'Cork Bark' ('Corticosa') - Trees with corky bark ... R)) -A broadly rounded tree with orange, gray and brown bark. 'Emer II' - (Allee(R)) - A tolerant tree with attractive bark. 'Sempervirens' - Insufficient cold hardiness for northern climates. 'Yatsubusa ...
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Australian Native Plants as Bonsai
... . 9 Banksia serrata Saw Banksia Banksia serrata grows as a shrub to small tree with corky bark. The bonsai displayed here is believed to have been started from seed in 1982. I ... of the branches of this plant lends it readily to bonsai aesthetics. The soft papery bark has all the character we associate with ‘paperbark’ melaleucas. The setting is severe; recalling ...
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Alnus nepalensis
... with one brown scale. Young twigs with lenticels. Remarkable older, thick, rugged and corky bark. Home: Himalaya Other views: Bark Cultivated: Tasmania Author: Rainer Oberle Ethnobotanical aspects of Alnus nepalensis by Plants for ...
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Liquidambar orientalis Mill.
... . They are orange or reddish tinted in autumn. The older twigs get a corky bark. Out of the bark the brown storax will be produced. This shrub is only for mild and sheltered ...
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Fir
... cause cankers on the trunks and branches of firs. Cankers are sunken areas in the bark that gradually get larger. When the stem is completely encircled the part beyond the ... Northern California. Purple cones. Zones 5-7. Abies lasiocarpa arizonica - cork fir: silver-gray needles, corky bark. Abies lasiocarpa arizonica `Compacta' - dwarf cork fir: silvery blue-gray needles, dwarf variety. Abies ...
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Winged elm
... rounded. A North American native, this fast-growing deciduous tree is quickly identified by the corky, winglike projections which appear on opposite sides of twigs and branches. Branches rise through ... can infest Winged Elm along branches. Scale infestations are often missed due to the thick, corky bark along the twigs. Bibliography: "Educational Forum", Florida Bonsai, IX, 3:39-40. "Winged Elm" by ...
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Sambucus nigra L.
... . ( Elder ) Deciduous tree of the Honeysuckle family - caprifoliaceae - up to 10 m. Erect stems of corky bark, brown- greyish. Opposite leaves, pinnate, with till 9 toothed ovate leaflets. Flowers white cream in ...
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New Disease Reports - Volume 10: August 2004 - January 2005
... , S. Picornell, R. Almeida & P. Jones Detection of Grapevine virus B associated with rugose wood (corky bark) symptoms in grapevine cv. Napoleon in Murcia (Spain) L. Velasco, B. García, I. Hita ...
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