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mountain mahogany

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Curlleaf Mountain Mahogany
Curlleaf Mountain Mahogany Curlleaf Mountain MahoganyDesert Mountain Mahogany Cercocarpus ledifolius (Photo: Charles Webber, California Academy of Sciences)
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Birchleaf Mountain Mahogany
... Birchleaf Mountain Mahogany Birchleaf Mountain Mahogany California Mountain Mahogany Cercocarpus betuloides California Mountain Mahogany Cercocarpus betuloides var. Multiflorus SW Oregon to N. Baja Califonia (Photo: Chris Rocco, MacFrisco) California Mountain Mahogany Cercocarpus betuloides var. Macrourus (Photo: Chris Rocco, MacFrisco) sitemap ...
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Cercocarpus montanus, mountain mahogany
... montanus, mountain mahogany Cercocarpus montanus Raf. Family: Rosaceae Common names: mountain mahogany Shrub or small tree, to 4 m (12 ft) tall. Crown spreading. Bark gray to ... taller than Apache plume (Fallugia paradoxa), which also occurs in northwest Cimarron County. Wildlife uses: Mountain mahogany provides browse for deer and antelope. NWI status: none Distribution in Oklahoma: BACK NEXT ...
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Cercocarpus alnifolius Island Mountain Mahogany, Birch Leaf Mountain Mahogany.
... Mountain Mahogany, Birch Leaf Mountain Mahogany.Cercocarpus alnifolius Genus: Cercocarpus Species: alnifolius Variety: Cultivar: Common name(s): Island Mountain Mahogany ,Birch Leaf Mountain Mahogany . Synonym: Cercocarpus betuloides var. blancheae ... . Cercocarpus alnifolius's flower color is NA . Communities for Island Mountain Mahogany Chaparral Ranges for Cercocarpus alnifolius pH: 6 to 8 Height: ...
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Cercocarpus betuloides Mountain Mahogany.
... Mountain Mahogany.Cercocarpus betuloides Genus: Cercocarpus Species: betuloides Variety: Cultivar: Common name(s): Mountain Mahogany . Mountain Mahogany is an evergreen shrub, 8', found in Oregon, California, and east ... type is Evergreen . Cercocarpus betuloides's flower color is NA . Communities for Mountain Mahogany Chaparral,Coastal Sage Scrub,Northern Oak Woodland,Pinyon-Juniper Woodland,Yellow ...
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HortNews- September 2005
... Pinus ponderosa - ponderosa pine Pseudotsuga menziesii - Douglasfir Tough Shrubs Caragana arborescens - Siberian peashrub Cercocarpus montanus - mountain mahogany (W) Cornus drumondii - roughleaf dogwood Cornus mas - corneliancherry dogwood (E) Cotoneaster acutifolia - Peking cotoneaster Juniperus ...
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Iron Mt. Checklist
... 101 Botany Search Plants of Iron Mountain Originally Compiled by Fred Sproul March 1996** Iron Mountain is a prominent mountain in the southern Peninsular Ranges ... chamise Aphanes occidentalis, western lady's mantle Cercocarpus minutiflorus, San Diego mountain mahogany Chamaebatia australis, southern mountain misery Heteromeles arbutifolia, toyon Horkelia truncata, Ramona cinquefoil Potentilla ...
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San Marcos Mountains
... gravity of 0.98. This beautiful shrub belongs to the Rosaceae. Right: Mountain mahogany (Cercocarpus minutiflorus), another native shrub in the chaparral of southern California. The ... is not related to the West Indian mahogany (Swietenia mahagoni) or the Honduran mahogany (S. macrophylla), members of the true mahogany family (Meliaceae). Mountain mahogany actually belongs to the rose family ...
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The Alpine Rock Garden @BFAG
... lack of snow cover. Dryland montanes make up a significant portion of the Rocky Mountain Region and contain a tremendous variety of plants that have found various ways to ... interesting woody plants can also be found in this garden including mountain lilac, Ceanothus fendleri, a profuse early blooming shrub, mountain mahogany, Cercocarpus montanus and New Mexico locust, Robinia neomexicana. back to ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Birch, Common - Herb Profile and Information
... to 30 grains daily. ---Other Species--- B. benta (Cherry Birch, Black Birch, Sweet Birch, Mahogany Birch, or Mountain Mahogany) is an American variety, with richlymarked wood suitable for the use of cabinet and ...
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