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EASTERN COTTONWOOD, Populus deltoides, necklace poplar - 100' rapid growing shade tree but short-lived - old at 75 - native to central U.S. in streamside habitats. Wads of cotton disperse seeds by wind and water in early June. Its stabilizing roots, tolerant of stream and river floods, are important in maintaining the structure and function of floodplains. Its wood is stiff as white oak and light as white pine, but it tends to warp and is rarely used.

EASTERN COTTONWOOD, Populus deltoides, necklace poplar - 100' rapid growing shade tree but short-lived - old at 75 - native to central U.S. in streamside habitats. Wads of cotton disperse seeds by wind and water in early June. Its stabilizing roots, tolerant of stream and river floods, are important in maintaining the structure and function of floodplains. Its wood is stiff as white oak and light as white pine, but it tends to warp and is rarely used.

Various oak leaves

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Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak

Spread: similar. Notes: great shade tree, tolerant of both wet and dry soils, long lived species and very adaptable

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COMPTONIA peregrina - Sweet Fern (a native woody shrub, not a fern). Z2

COMPTONIA peregrina - Sweet Fern (a native woody shrub, not a fern).

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Cornus racemosa, Gray Dogwood - Plant Database - University of .

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