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Ranunculaeae Society
... shaded areas of the garden where it requires a humus-rich, moist but well drained soil. H. nobilis makes an excellent inhabitant ... size in their third year. H. nobilis is found in limestone woods throughout central Europe. I have sought it in several sites ... nobilis is an herbaceous dome-shaped perennial found growing in rich, moist woods. It enjoys a wide distribution in central Europe, in Japan and ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Large Trees (50 - 100' or more)
... widespread widespread Habitat moist bottomlands, limestone soils, open or wooded pastures, rocky hillsides water margins, bottomlands, floodplains; limestone soils moist woods fertile, moist or dry ... widespread Habitat floodplains, water margins floodplains and bottomlands moist, fertile soils, water margins moist woods, rocky hillsides, wood borders, bottomlands Features Tolerates flooding. ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Medium Trees (30-50')
... , north, east Habitat 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 ... , uplands, floodplains along swamps, water margins Features Green-white bark; rapid grower in moist, acidic soils. Disease and insect problems. *(w) Thick, glossy leaves persist into winter; adaptable. ...
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Trees of Reed: Maples
... soft gold or chartreuse in the fall. This is a common plant to find in moist woods and along stream banks throughout the Pacific Northwest. We have identified only a few trees ...
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Jewelweed, Nature's Poison Ivy Treatment
... from Southern Canada to the northern part of Florida. It is found most often in moist woods, usually near poison ivy or stinging nettle. Jewelweed often grows on the edge of creek ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: American Azaleas—Splendid Shrubs That Provide an Entire Season of Delights
... enthusiasts. The Piedmont azalea is perfect for naturalizing in open moist woods along a trail planted with early wildflowers. It is a ... time. A common understory plant in the pine barrens and moist woodlands along the southeastern coast, its leaves often have a bluish ... swamp azalea tolerates extreme cold and is useful for planting in moist to wet areas; however, it can't handle drought conditions. ...
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Prunus americana, American plum
... , Rocky Mountains, to southern Ontario, east to Massachusetts, south to Florida. Common in Oklahoma. Habitat: moist woods, fencerows and roadsides. NWI status: UPL, FACU. Comments: Prunus is the classical name for European ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Alder, Common - Herb Profile and Information
... Alder is a moderately-sized tree or large shrub of dark colour, usually growing in moist woods or pastures or by streams. The leaves are broadly ovate, stalked, and usually smooth. The ...
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Cornus sericea... Western Dogwood
... leaves were dried and smoked by the Thompson, Hoh, and Quilute. Habitat: riparian areas and moist woods Distribution of species: Alaska to Southern California, east to Idaho and Nevada, occasionally in Montana ...
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Oplopanax horridus... Devil's Club
... Club Family: Araliaceae (Ginseng family) Photo taken at Mill Creek near Stevens Pass, partially shaded, moist forest near stream (10 to 20 meters away) 2001 Thayne Tuason 2001 Thayne Tuason Flowers ... taken for colds by the Sanpoil, and to increase the appetite by the Thompson. Habitat: moist woods, especially near streams Distribution of species: Alaska to Oregon, east and west Cascades to Idaho ...
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