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Tupelo is also the name for the world-famous honey that is produced from the tupelo gum tree, primarily Nyssa ogeechee, which grow along the Apalachicola, Choctahatchee and Ochloockonee rivers and their tributaries in Florida.
You can see the tallest Australian gum trees in Britain, inhale sweet- scented Chinese rhododendrons and marvel at rare lilies from Chile and South Africa - all flourishing in a latitude more northerly than Moscow.
One-third of each agricultural bay will be planted with loblolly pine, redbud, and sweet gum trees, to demonstrate how the forests-and the timber industry-of the Southeast would hold up under increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide.
To further reduce costs associated with wood fuel, Mr Bii said the company has planted 98 acres of blue gum trees in Kuresoi District and a similar acreage would be planted elsewhere.
In the Asheville area, maples, gum trees and sourwoods still have good strong leaves.
Dr Saphwan Al-Assaf (inset), Director of the Hydrocolloids Research Centre, is leading a team of scientists developing an industry out of gum trees in Sudan
The swamp is home to 300-year-old black gum trees, some of the oldest in the forest.
Everything is tinder dry and when the gum trees catch, they just explode.
American sweet gum trees are important sources of lumber and veneer in the United States but the heartwood and sapwood are marketed separately.