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White Oak (Quercus alba). From "The North American Sylva" Michaux, François André, 1770-1855 -- Author  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840 -- Artist

White Oak (Quercus alba). From "The North American Sylva" Michaux, François André, 1770-1855 -- Author Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840 -- Artist

Water oak, Quercus nigra, is in the red oak group. Medium-sized, growing to 100' tall & up to 3' diameter. Adapted to wet, swampy areas, but tolerates most soils. Leaves are 1–5" long & 0.5–2" broad, variable in shape, most commonly shaped like a spatula being broad & rounded at the top & narrow & wedged at the base. Acorns are single or in pairs, 0.3-0.5" long & broad, with a shallow cup; heavy crops mature in 18 mo., an  important wildlife food.  Occurs in all but the NW corner of…

Water oak, Quercus nigra, is in the red oak group. Medium-sized, growing to 100' tall & up to 3' diameter. Adapted to wet, swampy areas, but tolerates most soils. Leaves are 1–5" long & 0.5–2" broad, variable in shape, most commonly shaped like a spatula being broad & rounded at the top & narrow & wedged at the base. Acorns are single or in pairs, 0.3-0.5" long & broad, with a shallow cup; heavy crops mature in 18 mo., an important wildlife food. Occurs in all but the NW corner of…

202347 Diospyros virginiana L. / La Belgique horticole, journal des jardins et des vergers, vol. 4: p. 118, t. 19 (1854)

202347 Diospyros virginiana L. / La Belgique horticole, journal des jardins et des vergers, vol. 4: p. 118, t. 19 (1854)

3. Ornamental - "Plane-tree. Platanus occidentalis."  (Sycamore)   Pierre Joseph Redoute

3. Ornamental - "Plane-tree. Platanus occidentalis." (Sycamore) Pierre Joseph Redoute

Beech (Fagus Grandifolia): External use: Beech leaf tea - frostbite, scalds, and burns. Beech bark tea - poison ivy / oak rash. Beech root tea - gangrenous ulcers.

Beech (Fagus Grandifolia): External use: Beech leaf tea - frostbite, scalds, and burns. Beech bark tea - poison ivy / oak rash. Beech root tea - gangrenous ulcers.

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