* Resembles Virginia Creeper except that 5" leaf is 3-lobed and shinier. Though unrelated to true ivy , it is commonly known Japanese creeper , Boston ivy , Grape ivy , Japanese ivy , and woodbine (though the latter may refer to a number of vines).
Botanical Name: Parthenocissus tricuspidata
Collection Locale: China
Common Name: Grape Ivy, Japanese Creeper, Woodbine, Boston Ivy, Japanese Ivy
Leaves dark green above, lighter green beneath with some rusty hairs, Fall color yellow. Extremely hardy and fond of wet areas and sites with poor drainage; native to central and northeastern U.S. * Logs of wood can be beaten with mauls to separate the...
* The fruit is often used domestically in the preparation of cough mixtures. It is also a nurse tree, providing cover and shade for the establishment of seedlings of the next generation of larger hardwoods.
* Buddleja davidii , (old spelling Buddleia davidii ); also called summer lilac , butterfly-bush or orange eye ) is a shrub in the Buddlejaceae family . * It is native to northwestern China and Japan .
* Succeeds in a good loamy soil that does not become too dry in summer, in full sun or light shade. It is common in the Pacific Northwest where it is found in both openings and the forest understory at low to moderate elevations.
* Fast-growing, it will produce a tree up to 37 m (121 ft) tall when mature, with growth rates of up to 1.5 m (4 ft 11 in) (rarely 2 m (6 ft 7 in)) per year. The essential oil found in the leaves is a powerful antiseptic and is used all over the world...
* Excellent red autumn color. * Popular ornamental tree in parks and large gardens. * Fast growth and tolerance to adverse climatic and soil conditions. * A hybrid of the red and silver maples, combining the best of both species.
* Most planting in North America was carried out for wildlife food provision, as the species tends to bear heavier crops of acorns than other native American oak species. * Quercus acutissima lives in deciduous forests at altitudes of up to 2,200 metres...
* The ripe fruit of the papaya is usually eaten raw, without skin or seeds. In cultivation, it grows rapidly, fruiting within three years. * In 2014, global production of papayas was 12.7 million tonnes, led by India with 44% of the world total.
Also found in other parts of [North America] * It is a deciduous shrub growing to 5 m tall. This behavior creates thickets. * It is a large shrub, often 6-10 feet in height. The flowers are said to have similar properties.
* The wood is light-colored, straight-grained, fine-textured, and soft. It is used primarily for pulp, but can be used to make particle board and structural panels. * They are pioneer species on disturbed sites, persisting in successional communities...
* Paradox has more resistance to soil borne diseases than either of its parents. * Our seed is collected from hybrid parent trees. It is F2 generation. Indeed they sprang forward at such a rate as presently to dwarf their pure breed relatives." * They...
It prefers deep, rich, and rather moist soil; it is common, though not abundant, nor is it solitary. * The flowers are large, brilliant, and on detached trees numerous. * This is a magnificent and grand tree especially in it's later years and it's unique...
Common Name: Tuliptree, Tulip Poplar, Yellow Poplar, Whitewood, American Tulip Tree, Tulip Magnolia
Its smooth, dull green leaves are opposite and roughly oval, tapering about equally to tip and base, up to 2 inches long but often less than 1 inch, with smooth, turned down margins and a rounded or broadly pointed tip.
* It is widely used for hay and as a forage grass. It has been introduced into North America , New Zealand and Australia . * Plants form impenetrably dense clumps and when planted close together in drifts make an excellent ground cover.
* It grows as a tree to around 20–30 metres tall, with a straight trunk up to 1 metre in diameter. Botryoides) and red mahogany (E. * Eucalyptus robusta belongs to a group of eight species of spongy red-barked gum trees known as red mahoganies in the...
It is native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa, but is widely cultivated and naturalised around the world. * Amazing GS is the best cultivar to use for home lawns, golf course tees and fairways, parks, athletic fields, and sod farms in the northeastern...
Height: 2-3 feet
Collection Locale: Oregon
Common Name: Perennial Ryegrass, Amazing GS Perennial Ryegrass
The leaves are needle-like, 12–24 mm long, quadrangular in cross-section (not flattened), and dark green on all four sides with inconspicuous stomatal lines. The shoots are orange-brown and glabrous (hairless).
The leaves are oval, 4 to 7 cm (1.6 to 2.8 in) long, glossy dark green above, slightly paler below. The flowers are produced in early spring before the leaves expand fully, and are white, with five petals, and about 2 to 3 cm (0.79 to 1.2 in) in diameter.
* Celtis occidentalis, commonly known as the Common hackberry, is a large deciduous tree native to North America. * Ridjica and Sombor in Serbia (where it is called kustelic or galagunja) and Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is known for the extensive...
* Some white pines live over 400 years. It occurs from Newfoundland west through the Great Lakes region to southeastern Manitoba and Minnesota, and south along the Mississippi Basin and Appalachian Mountains to northernmost Georgia and Mississippi.
The seeds are purple, giving the grass its common name. The grass is often confused with Johnson grass . The seeds are also oily, leading to its other common name, "greasegrass". * Tall redtop or Purple-top is a 2 1/2-7 ft.