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HortNews-October 2005
... is its tolerance of alkaline soils. In fact, the tree is often found growing on limestone bluffs where little else will grow. Thus, even on the high pH soils so common in ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

Cycas ferruginea
... from a belt of limestone bluffs in Lang Son province. This species shows the same habitat preference as C. sexseminifera and C. tropophylla, growing on bare limestone faces on steep limestone bluffs, with no visible ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Cycas guizhouensis
... north-western Guangxi provinces. It is typical of low, scrubby forests on steep slopes on limestone bluffs or screes. Conservation status: Walters et al. (1995) report extensive destruction of this species during ... populations exceeding 10,100 in places, and is also widespread on steep and almost inaccessable limestone mountains. It was listed by the 1997 IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants as ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au
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Cotinus obovatus, smoke tree
... the southern Appalachians, Ozarks, and Edwards Plateau. Rare and local in northeastern Oklahoma. Habitat: forested limestone bluffs and ravines. NWI status: none Comment: Cotinus is the old Greek name for another tree ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu

The River and Fields
... to the Big Muddy over and over, to record its silt-laden waters coursing between limestone bluffs and fertile bottom lands across our state. I have always been more interested in that ...
www.brianmahieu.com

CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... on magnesium and calcium rich soils. These sites include open woods, barrens, roadsides, clearcuts, dry limestone bluffs, and power line rights-of-way. Periodic disturbance is necessary for the maintenance of open ...
www.centerforplantconservation.org

Fraxinus quadrangulata
... south to Arkansas and Tennessee. In Missouri, it typically occurs in dry rocky woodlands, limestone glades and limestone bluffs in the Ozark region of the State (Steyermark). Early Americans made a blue dye ...
www.mobot.org

Torreya taxifolia Arn
... , GA, just north of Chattahoochee, FL. The natural range of this species extends along the limestone bluffs for a 64-km (40-mi) stretch on the eastern bank of the Apalachicola River ... the Apalachicola River (10). Soils and Topography Florida torreya is restricted to steep, deeply shaded limestone slopes and wooded ravines. Soils in these areas most likely fall within the orders Alfisols ...
www.na.fs.fed.us

Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance | Conservation Projects
... rich, sandy limestone soils of the Apalachicola River region home. The trees are found growing in the Beech/Magnolia/Pine forests that cover the hammocks, slopes, ravines and bluffs along the river ... trees. These trees are confined to a few counties in northern Florida mostly along the limestone bluffs of the Apalachicola River and one county in southwestern Georgia in the hardwood ravines bordering ...
www.uga.edu

Fraxinus texensis, Texas ash
... body. Distribution: Native to southcentral Oklahoma and central Texas. Habitat: Rocky slopes, canyons, and bluffs, usually on limestone. NWI status: none Comment:Texas ash is similar to white ash and is often ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu




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