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Trees of Reed: Caucasian Wingnut
... Trees of Reed: Caucasian Wingnut Caucasian Wingnut Scientific Name: Pterocarya fraxinifolia Family: Juglandaceae Wingnuts are deciduous trees in the walnut family and they have compound leaves similar to those on a walnut ... to Iran. It is a rare tree in Portland. Maps: 27 home | history | maps | trees | resources Maintained by Reed College Last updated: 2/5/02 Questions, Problems? Contact Us
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Trees of Reed: Willows
... Trees of Reed: Willows Willows Genus: Salix Family: Salicaceae Deciduous trees and shrubs, willows are fast growing as long as they get plenty of water. Their roots are invasive, and when trees are planted ... this genus, it is difficult to differentiate among them. Salix matsudana `Tortuosa' Corkscrew Willow This deciduous tree grows to 30 feet high with a 20 foot spread. The branches twist upward ...
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Trees of Reed: Family Tour, Intro.
... trees are evergreens, but some of them are deciduous. Araucariaceae - Araucaria Family Cupressaceae - Cypress Family Ginkgoaceae - Maidenhair Tree Family Pinaceae - Pine Family Taxodiaceae - Bald Cypress Family Page 2: Flowering trees ...
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Trees of Reed: Map 8
... Trees of Reed: Map 8 Map 8 The eastern half of the cross-canyon parking area has more than 70 trees and they tend to be clustered in small groups by species. Deciduous maples and zelkovas fill the area around the parking spaces, while pines and redcedars form a circle around the outside. The largest trees ... Redcedar home | history | maps | trees | resources Maintained by Reed College Last ...
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Trees of Reed: Campus Trees, 1940
... . 2, No. 10). Copyright 1940 Reed College] CAMPUS TREES Who knows what trees can be found on the Reed campus? Are there ... in point of interest among our unique trees are two Ginkos. These pretty "maiden-hair trees" have within the past month been ... trees are "living fossils" - ancient, primitive plants more closely related to the Conifers than to any other familiar trees. But they are deciduous, ...
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Trees of Reed: Maples
... Trees of Reed: Maples Maples Genus: Acer Family: Aceraceae Maples are deciduous, broadleaved plants that range from shrubs to large trees ... common shrub around campus.) Acer platanoides Norway Maple A deciduous tree native to Europe and the Near East, ... trees but they can be invasive in wetland areas and they appear to be moving into the Reed canyon. Maps: 5, 25, 32, 33 Acer rubrum Red Maple A deciduous ...
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Trees of Reed: Horsechestnuts
... Family: Hippocastanaceae Don't confuse these trees with the edible chestnuts that are roasted on an ... for this reason, Portland will no longer allow these trees to be planted along the streets. Aesculus x ... deciduous tree, the Common Horsechestnut is native to mountainous Greece and Albania. It is a large tree with spring blossoms and relatively large nuts. Maps: 27 home | history | maps | trees ...
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Trees of Reed: Birches
... flake off or peel away in sheets like paper. The trees are deciduous and the trunks are generally white or tan. Each tree has ... paper-thin curls (but it should not be pulled off live trees). The tree is sometimes called "canoe birch" because the bark was ... , 6, 9, 10, 22, 24, 25, 27, 29, 30 home | history | maps | trees | resources Maintained by Reed College Last updated: 5/12/03 Questions, Problems ...
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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 slow-growing to 60 feet. The compound ... identify the yellowwood by its former name of Cladrastis lutea. Maps: 23 home | history | maps | trees | resources Maintained by Reed College Last updated: 4/8/02 Questions, Problems? Contact Us
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Trees of Reed: Hawthorns
... trees have become an invasive species. The college is trying to decrease the number of hawthorns as part of an ongoing canyon restoration. Crataegus laevigata English Hawthorn This tree is a deciduous ... berries. Maps: not shown on maps but found in the Reed canyon home | history | maps | trees | resources Maintained by Reed College Last updated: 7/6/04 Questions, Problems? Contact Us
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