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toothed bark

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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Angelica - Herb Profile and Information
... into three lesser groups. The edges of the leaflets are finely toothed or serrated. The flowers, small and numerous, yellowish or greenish in colour ... aromatic properties of the plant. If an incision is made in the bark of the stems and the crown of the root at the ... named, is not allied to the umbelliferous Angelicas. Its berries and bark are employed to prepare a tonic, and it is used in ...
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Angiosperm Families - Akaniaceae Stapf
... bark with a turniplike odour). To 8–12 m high. Leaves large (up to 75 cm long); alternate; spiral; leathery; compound; pinnate (imparipinnate, with up to 30 opposite to subopposite, prickly-toothed ...
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Angiosperm Families - Bretschneideraceae Engl. & Gilg
... Bretschneideraceae Engl. & Gilg ~ Akaniaceae Habit and leaf form. Trees (with myrosin cells in bark and inflorescence). Leaves deciduous; alternate; petiolate; compound; (impari-) pinnate. Lamina pinnately veined. ... and corolla; 10; 2 whorled; isomerous. Calyx 5; 1 whorled; gamosepalous; five toothed; campanulate. Corolla 5; 1 whorled; polypetalous; imbricate; unequal but not bilabiate; pink. ...
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Identify the Birch
... Betulaceae Watson/Dallwitz Description of Individual Birch Species Yellow River Leaves: alternate, simple , doubly saw-toothed. Bark: peeling papery layers. Fruit: nuts or nutlets in cones. ash | beech | basswood | birch | black cherry ...
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Identify Black Cherry
... Description of Black Cherry black cherry Leaves: alternate , simple , shiny dark green top, finely saw-toothed. Bark: smooth, dark grey. Fruit: a blackish cherry, turns from dark red. ash | beech | basswood | birch ...
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The Hackberry
... - Ulmaceae Ulmaceae - Watson/Dallwitz Description of Hackberry - Celtis hackberry Leaves: alternate, asymmetrical, unequal-sided, sharply toothed. Bark: smooth with corky warts. Fruit: a drupe. ash | beech | basswood | birch | black cherry | black walnut ...
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Identify the Gums
... Cornaceae - Watson/Dallwitz Description by Individual Species Black tupelo Water tupelo Leaves: alternate, simple, not toothed. Bark: deeply furrowed. Fruit: elliptical berry. ash | beech | basswood | birch | black cherry | black walnut/butternut | cottonwood ...
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Black Willow
... organic muck to clay. It has thin, toothed leaves, which turn yellow in the fall. The bark is gray. Description leaves 2-5 inches, thin, toothed. Bark gray, ridged in older trees. Flowers wind ...
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River Birch
... . This tree has peeling gray or light brown bark, small toothed oval leaves, and wind pollinated flowers. Description leaves 1.5-3 inches, oval, toothed. Bark thin, peeling, gray or light brown. Flowers wind ...
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Gray Birch
... cleared areas and burned over lands, hence its name, "fire birch". It has thin, white bark, sililar to that of the paper birch, except that it does not peel or fall ... and other colonizing trees. This tree has smooth white bark, small triangular leaves, and wind pollinated flowers. Description leaves 1-3 inches, triangular, toothed. Bark white, thin, black, triangular scars around branches. Flowers ...
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