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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Large Trees (50 - 100' or more)
... soils, open or wooded pastures, rocky hillsides water margins, bottomlands, floodplains; limestone soils moist woods fertile, moist or dry soils in forests, lowlands or water margins. Features Tolerates salt, alkaline or acidic soils ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Shrubs (1-25')
... -red pedicels add winter interest, white berries in fall. Tolerates shade and moist or dry soils. Suckering. *(w)*(bd) Availability trade trade trade trade Flower Season and Color/Fall Foliage ... with striped bark; prefers shade and moisture. Suckering. *(w) Best in shaded, moist or dry soils; white berries persist into winter; adaptable. Suckering. *(w) *(bd) Availability trade trade trade Flower ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Native Herbaceous Plants
... borders wetland or pond borders locations with growing limitations such as poor drainage, low fertility, dry soils informal, naturalistic landscapes golf courses roadsides parks landfill site reclamation corporate parks Woodland plants are ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Medium Height Plants (4"-36") (All plants are perennial unless otherwise noted in "features.")
... soils with compost. Grayish or deep green leaves; best in acidic soils. *(bf) Showy bright clusters of flowers and dark green leaves. Requires well-drained soils. *(bf) Does well in moist or very dry soils; shade-tolerant in dry soils. Green- ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Tall Plants (up to 6') (All plants are perennial unless otherwise noted in "features.")
... areas. Whorls of bright tubular flowers. *(be) *(bf) *(hb) Similar to M. didyma, but tolerates dry soils and has paler flowers. *(be) *(bf) *(hb) Availability trade trade trade trade Scientific Name ... , open woods dry prairies, open woods Features Yellow flowers with gray centers that mature to brown. Grows well in dry or moist soils, including clays. Does best in fertile soils. Has spreading ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Native Plant Solutions Sampler
... Solutions Sampler Native Plants of Ohio Bulletin 865 Native Plant Solutions Sampler Dry Soils Trees Diospyros virginiana * Gleditsia triacanthos (variety inermis) Ostrya virginiana Quercus coccinea ... Cystopteris bulbifera Elymus canadensis Hepatica americana Opuntia humifusa Phlox subulata Clay Soils Woody Diervilla lonicera Quercus palustris Quercus velutina Symphoricarpos albus Herbaceous Cassia ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Medium Trees (30-50')
... dry banks, wide range of soil types wet or moist woods deep ravines, moist or dry sites mountain ridges, abandoned fields Features Vigorous grower, adaptable; considered weedy, but tolerates dry, infertile soils ... widespread widespread Habitat moist areas, any soil type, slopes, rocky water margins acid soils, rocky water margins, uplands, floodplains along swamps, water margins Features Green-white ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Conifers
... dry or infertile soils steep rocky land, calcareous cliffs, worn and eroding land, waste places wet soil, bogs, water margins, acidic soils well-drained sites, acidic soils Features Tolerates wide range of soils ... superior. Tolerates shade, moisture extremes and calcareous soils. Dense, pyramidal tree; prefers moist, acidic soils. Intolerant of hot, dry sites. *(w)*(bd) Availability trade trade ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Herbaceous Vines and Creepers
... Color pink yellow yellow Habitat dry, sandy places; rocky slopes, slightly acidic soils dry clearings woods, clearings Features Evergreen foliage; effective groundcover for stabilizing erodible soils; tolerates shady, infertile or ... spreading with palmately compound leaves up to 2.5" long. Does well on dry, infertile soils. Fruits are small and inedible. Though not commercially available, can be ...
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Fusarium Dry Rot and Seed-Piece Decay of Potato, HYG-3107-95
... Plant Pathology 2021 Coffey Road, Columbus, OH 43210-1087 Fusarium Dry Rot and Seed-Piece Decay of Potato HYG-3107-95 Randall C. Rowe Sally A. Miller Richard M. Riedel Fusarium dry rot is an important postharvest disease of potato tubers that ... dry or even powdery. Causal Organisms Fusarium dry rot is caused by several species of the soilborne fungus Fusarium. These fungi are common in most soils ...
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