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A tree used by Native Americans as antipyretic and laxative, and by Western herbalists as an appetite stimulant, and to treat renal and hepatic disease
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The least preferred food types were pignut hickory nuts and flowering dogwood fruits with mean rates of ingestion 0.
Five petri dishes containing 10 g of flowering dogwood and Chinese privet were placed in a drying oven at 40 [degrees] C for 72 h to determine the water content in both diets.
Other foliage favourites include sweet gum (Liqidambur styraciflua ), purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria Notcutt's Purple), Snowy Mespilus (Amelanchier lamarckii) and Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida).
If you have limited space, go for something like Cornus kousa var chinensis, a flowering dogwood.
The understory is a moderately dense mixture of tree saplings and shrubs; flowering dogwood (Cornus florida L.
douglasii 5b tulip-tree Liriodendron tulipifera 5b sycamore Platanus occidentalis 5b horsechestnut Aesculus hippocastanum 6 European beech Fagus sylvatica 6 tree-of-heaven Ailanthus altissima 6 redbud Cercis canadensis 6 goldenchain tree Laburnum X watereri 6 yellow-cedar Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 6 western redcedar Thuja plicata 6b eastern flowering dogwood Cornus florida 7 sweetgum Liquidambar styraciflua 7b Douglas-fir Pseudotsuga menziesii var.
Acid-rain-induced calcium deficiency, which makes trees more vulnerable to winter freezing injury, is a known factor in the decline of red spruce, sugar maple, and flowering dogwood species.
This introduced fungal disease caused by Discula destructiva has resulted in the removal of many stands of flowering dogwood from other states in the eastern United States.
Diminutive is a good way to describe the flowering dogwood, a tree that tops out at 40 to 50 feet in height but averages between 20 and 30 feet, with a trunk diameter of 12 to 18 inches.
hemlock tulip sweet gum ginkgo honeylocust paper birch flowering dogwood red maple redbud
Tree name: Bark looks like: Leaves look like: hemlock [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] redbud [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] red maple [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] tulip [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] sweet gum [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] honeylocust [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] ginkgo [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] paper birch [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] flowering dogwood [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]
Some of the US varieties, although hardy, do not thrive in colder parts of Britain and perhaps every flowering dogwood has been tarred with the same brush.