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Hornbeam
... hornbeam, Japanese loose-flowered hornbeam, Loose-flowered hornbeam - smooth, grey-beige trunk, small, glossy leaves. Carpinus tschonoskii: Yedoensis hornbeam, Yeddo hornbeam Carpinus turkzaninowii: Korean hornbeam, Turkish hornbeam - yet another hornbeam ...
www.bonsai-bci.com

American Hornbeam
... elongated nut at base of 3-lobed wing-like sac American Hornbeam Carpinus caroliniana In 1985, a 41-foot-tall specimen of ... Beech or Water Beech) has been misapplied to this tree. The American Hornbeam grows in moist to wet soils and commonly occurs in swamps, ... throughout Ohio. Unlike the Eastern Hophornbeam, the wood of the American Hornbeam decays rapidly when in contact with soil. Still, the wood ...
www.oplin.org

Hornbeam
... Hornbeam Florida Forest Trees Hornbeam (Carpinus caroliniana) Hornbeam is a small, slow-growing, and short-lived tree that occupies the forest understory. It ... small hornbeam nuts is surrounded by 2 or 3 lobed leaf-like bracts in hanging stalks. The leaves of hornbeam are also usually more fuzzy than hophornbeam. Identifying Characteristics Size/Form: Hornbeam is ...
www.sfrc.ufl.edu

Ostrya virginiana, hornbeam, ironwood
... Ostrya virginiana (P. Mill.) K. Koch Family: Betulaceae (birch, etc.) Common names: ironwood, hophornbeam, hornbeam Small tree to 6 m (20 ft) tall and 15 cm (6 in) diameter. Twigs ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu

New Disease Reports - First report of Botryosphaeria dothidea causing bark dieback of European hop hornbeam in Slovenia
... report of Botryosphaeria dothidea causing bark dieback of European hop hornbeam in Slovenia D. Jurc*, N. Ogris, T. Grebenc and H. ... grassland. The Slovenian Forest Service first reported damage to hop hornbeam in 1997. The extent and intensity of the phenomenon depends on ... necrotic bark of hop hornbeam and isolated on MEA were performed in nature in six replications on hop hornbeam coppice shoots. The ...
www.bspp.org.uk

Untitled Document
... top of the page Hackberry Hawthorne Hazelnut Hemlock Hickory Highbush Cranberry Holly Honeysuckle Honeylocust Hophornbeam Hornbeam Horsechestnut Hydrangia I Ironwood (Ostrya) Ironwood (Carpinus) J return to the top of the page ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu

Which plants need to be grown outdoors? - Bonsai
... deciduous trees to consider are several types of maple (acer), birch (betula), some oaks (quercus), hornbeam (carpinus), ginkgo, bald cypress (taxodium), sweet gum (liquidambar), larch (larix), willow (salix) and Japanese grey ...
faq.gardenweb.com

Topiary Forum - GardenWeb
... follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Mar 29, 04 at 15:27 planning pleached hornbeam Posted by: melissac UK on Wed, Feb 18, 04 at 15:51 1 follow-up ...
forums.gardenweb.com

HortNews- May 2006
... fall, and our two specimens have shrugged off some major snow and ice storms. American hornbeam, Carpinus caroliniana. β€œMusclewood” is a small, adaptable, understory tree with few insect or disease ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

Ohio Trees, Bulletin 700-00
... – Larch Pinus – Pine Populus – Poplar Salix – Willow Juglans – Butternut, Walnut Carya – Hickory Betula – Birch Carpinus – Hornbeam Ostrya – Hophornbeam Fagus – Beech Castanea – Chestnut Quercus – Oaks Ulmus – Elm Celtis – Hackberry Morus – Mulberry Maclura ...
ohioline.osu.edu




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