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The Black Cottonwood Populus trichocarpa is the largest of the American poplars. It is also known also as balsam cottonwood western balsam poplar and California poplar. The Black Cottonwood prefers moist sites. Many kinds of wildlife use the foliage twigs and buds for food and the tree is planted for shade and in windbreaks and shelterbelts. Its dark green leaves contrast beautifully with its white trunk. This tree will become more drought tolerant when it is established. The leaf buds as they swell in the spring and the young leaves have a pleasing fragrance of balsam. The fragrance is especially pronounced as the leaves unfold..
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The Souixland Cottonwood tree Populus deltoides Siouxland is a very fast growing cottonless cottonwood with a rounded head at maturity. These Cottonwood trees display shimmering foliage which is rust resistant. Cottonless Cottonwood trees are not only fast growing seedless hybrid they also do well in dry conditions. This deciduous tree has large ornamental and glossy leaves. It tolerates alkaline conditions and pollutants. This Cottonwood tree is pyramidal in form and is fast growing. Up to 4-5 foot of growth per year is not uncommon in good soil. The Cottonwood trees exhibit a yellow fall color. This tree provides good shade and cover for wildlife.

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Black Gum Trees

Black Gum Trees

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Black Walnut Trees

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The Black Walnut tree Juglans nigra is prized for its wood and shade. Black Walnut trees are a large moderately growing majestic tree. This deciduous tree makes a wonderful shade tree and when planted for a wood plantation makes a great long-term investment. This tree has moderate water requirements and is tolerant to drought. It has massive upright spreading open branches. The nuts are large and plump and crack out of the shell easily. The roots of the black walnut produce a substance known as juglone (5-hydroxy-alpha-napthaquinone). This biochemical is toxic to many plants such as the tomato potato black and blue berries and other plants that may grow within a 50 to 60 foot radius of the trunk. Not all plants are sensitive to juglone and many trees vines shrubs and flowers will thrive in close proximity to a Black Walnut tree.

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The Black Locust tree Robinia pseudoacacia is sometimes called the yellow locust. Black Locust trees grow naturally on a wide range of sites but does best on rich moist limestone soils. It has escaped cultivation and become naturalized throughout eastern North America and parts of the West. Black locust is not a commercial timber species but is useful for many other purposes.This deciduous tree is a nitrogen fixer and has rapid juvenile growth. It is widely planted as an ornamental for shelterbelts and for land reclamation. This fast growing Locust tree is suitable for fuel wood and pulp and provides cover for wildlife browse for deer and cavities for birds. It is a very thorny tree which can attain a height of 70-80 feet and can have a diameter of 2-3 feet. The flowers are white fragrant and hang in clusters. The individual leaves are small and egg-shaped.

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Black Alder Trees

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The Black Alder Alnus glutinosa is a rapid growing European native that thrives in truly wet soil. The grayish brown bark is complemented by nutlets that mature in October and persist in pistillate catkins over winter. Black Alder is a good choice whe

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