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Mountain Hemlock
... Mountain Hemlock Mountain Hemlock Tsuga mertensiana These trees grow 25-75 feet and usually have branches near the ground ...
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Western Hemlock
... Western Hemlock Western Hemlock Tsuga heterophylla This rain loving tree grows 90-180 feet. It's wood is light ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Hemlock Hill
... - Hemlock Hill Hemlock Hill Management and Research Hemlock Hill Research Tree Removals: Winter 2004/2005 The hemlock woolly adelgid, an insect native to eastern Asia, has been feeding on hemlock trees ... lost to HWA. Research Programs on Hemlock Hill . The HWA infestation offers an unusual opportunity to study the environmental impacts of hemlock death and hemlock removal in an urban environment, ...
www.arboretum.harvard.edu

Eastern Hemlock
... Hemlock Tsuga canadensis Eastern Hemlock A tall hemlock in North Carolina's Joyce Kilmer Wilderness. The Eastern Hemlock is the most shade tolerant of the eastern conifers. Found on north facing slopes, older ... of infected hemlocks during the late winter. Hemlocks often grow in pure stands, and healthy hemlock stands are almost magical with their dark shade, their straight, tall trunks, and their ...
www.il-st-acad-sci.org

Eastern Hemlock
... Eastern Hemlock Leaf Characteristics flattened leaves (needles) needles wide, with 2 white lines beneath Fruit Characteristics cone ... 1 inch long oblong cone 0.5 - 0.8 inches long Eastern Hemlock Tsuga canadensis This tree, the only hemlock found in Ohio, is large, growing to a height of 60 to ...
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hemlock genus description
... tops and branches. There are only about 10 species of hemlock in the world--mostly in North America, China, and Japan. ... important western hemlock and the lesser known mountain hemlock. Even when found growing together, they're easy to tell apart. mountain hemlock: needles ... are cylindrical and are 1 to 3 inches long. western hemlock: needles are all very short, but have distinctly different sizes ...
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Tsuga heterophylla... Western Hemlock
... Tsuga heterophylla... Western Hemlock Tsuga heterophylla Western Hemlock Family: Pinaceae (Pine family) Photo taken near Fish Lake, open woods, greater than 20 year ...
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Spotted Water Hemlock | Cicuta maculata in Family Apiaceae ... Aquatic Plant Species
... Pond plants preparing for winter Filter Reviews Water lilies and other pond plants Spotted Water Hemlock | Cicuta maculata in Family Apiaceae ... Aquatic Plant Species Most pond and aquatic plants are placed ... leaves are a characteristic of this pond plant. The leaves of Spotted Water Hemlock are narrow. Spotted Water Hemlock produces white flowers and blooms in summer and spring The plant can be ...
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pollen grain morphology hemlock
... It is 70 to 80 Ám in diameter and is essentially spherical. However, the mountain hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana) of western North America is small and bissacate. There are several species ... moderate dispersal Preservation: Well preserved. Fossil Occurrence: An abrupt decline in the abouncance of eastern hemlock (T. canadensis) occurred 4700 years ago, possibly due to the spread of a pathogen. ...
www.geo.arizona.edu

Jeddeloh Dwarf Canadian Hemlock
... Jeddeloh Dwarf Canadian Hemlock Jeddeloh Dwarf Canadian Hemlock Tsuga canadensis 'Jeddeloh' I just got my dwarf canadian hemlock last summer so it's still pretty small, only about 15" high and wide. Eventually it should grow to about 3'. Normally canadian hemlock, Tsuga canadensis, is a full-sized tree, but this selection, 'Jeddeloh', is a dwarf. Hemlocks ...
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