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Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... bark. In general the bark of pine trees is smooth on young trees but develops a flaky, reddish-brown colour with age. Scots pines have a particularly orange/red peeling bark. White pines can have smooth bark, even when mature. The bark on spruce trees is generally rough to touch and becomes furrowed and scaly with age. Fir trees have smooth bark ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Small Plants For Small Spaces
... above and silver beneath, turning a bright yellow in autumn. The bark is an attractive silver grey. The green-winged seedsturn straw- ... . The leaves are heart-shaped, shiny, and leathery, and the bark a glossy, reddish-brown. The creamy yellow flowers are both ... in late June. The AMUR CHERRY (Prunus Maackii) has bronze, papery, peeling bark. It can be single or multi-stemmed. The white flowers are ...
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Red flowers in the garden
... deciduous tree up to 60 feet with arching branches that have striped green and white bark. Leaves turn a brilliant red and orange in late summer. full sun. Zones 6-9 ... sun. Zones 6-8 Stewartia monadelpha - a deciduous tree up to 40 feet tall. Has peeling bark and dark green leaves that turn red or orange in the fall. full sun and ...
hardyplants.com

HortNews- May 2006
... rosy-red, producing a stunning flowering effect that lasts until Thanksgiving. Seven-son has handsome, peeling bark that resembles that of a crapemyrtle. Dawn redwood, Metasequoia glyptostroboides. Dawn redwood's delightful, ... that are often mistakenly called Chinese. The lacebark has, as its name suggests, beautiful bark. It also has small, glossy-green leaves and is highly resistant to Dutch elm ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

justgardeners.com
... varying shades on a single plant. Stewartia -- Camellia relatives producing white blossoms with golden centers. Peeling bark and fall color add to seasonal interest. Styrax -- Usually white, but now available in pink ...
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Deciduous Trees and Shrubs With All-Season Interest, HYG-1143-96
... these plants, see Michael A. Dirr's Manual of Woody Landscape Plants. Figure 1. The peeling bark of a paperbark maple, Acer griseum. Medium to Large Trees (30 feet or taller at ... fine forms and cultivars. They include upright, weeping, and dwarf selections. All have smooth gray bark. There are many leaf colors and shape variations. ' Roseo-marginata' and ' Riversii' are particularly popular ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Trees of Reed: Persian Parrotia
... , it is known primarily for its red, yellow, and orange fall foliage and for the peeling bark that develops on older trees. It is also called "Persian ironwood" or "irontree." Maps: 32 ...
web.reed.edu

Pruning Mature Rose Bushes
... the wind has rubbed canes against each other and rubbed the bark off. Also, look for frayed ends where moose have nibbled (or chomped ... level looking for vole and rabbit damage—they will eat the bark around the base of a cane which often will kill the ... otherwise healthy looking cane—often the area will have split or peeling bark. Cut well below the diseased area—consider removing the entire cane if ...
www.alaskarosesociety.org

Arnold Arboretum - Centenarians - Featured Centenarians
... var. amurense AMUR CORKTREE Accessioned 1882 This stately tree's thick bark is fissured and springy to the touch. The Asiatic corktrees ... JAPANESE TREE LILAC Accessioned 1876 The Japanese tree lilac has cherrylike bark and grows 25 to 30 feet in height. It extends ... feet wide). The peeling bark can range from olive green to creamy white, with an overall mottled effect; some consider the bark to be ...
www.arboretum.harvard.edu

Arnold Arboretum - Current Plant Highlights - December
... , paperbark maple, is especially notable in winter, when the rich, reddish-brown color of its peeling bark stands out against the landscape. The species was collected in China by Ernest H. Wilson ... east side of Meadow Road just north of Faxon Pond. The bark of Platanus x acerifolia, London planetree, exhibits an exfoliating (peeling) character that reveals color hues ranging from cream to olive ...
www.arboretum.harvard.edu
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