Trees and Shrubs

An Abridgment of the Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum: Containing the Hardy
Trees and Schrubs of Britain, Native and Foreign, ... As an ornamental tree , the
mountain ash is well adapted for small gardens ; and it is also deserving ...

Trees and Shrubs

Author: John Claudius Loudon

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The Mountain

The MORUS RUBRA , or Mulberry - tree , ” grows in perfection here . JUGLANS .
— The species cinerea ( butternut ) of this genus is found in great abundance
along the streams in the gorges , also higher up the mountain . The " nigra , ” or ...

The Mountain

Author: Robert Montgomery Smith Jackson

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Growth of Ponderosa Pine Stands in Relation to Mountain Pine Beetle Susceptibility

Knowledge of tree growth under various stand and site conditions is essential for
managing ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa Lawson, stands. Such knowledge is
absolutely necessary for the development of growth and yield models that are ...

Growth of Ponderosa Pine Stands in Relation to Mountain Pine Beetle Susceptibility

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Ten-year diameter and basal area growth were determined for partially cut stands at 4 locations. Average diameters in the partially cut plots generally increased by 1 inch or more, while average diameter in the uncut controls increased by 0.9 inches or less. Individual tree growth is discussed in relation to potential susceptibility to mountain pine beetle infestation. Basal area increases ranged from 0.9 to 1.9 ft2/acre/ yr in partially cut plots, while basal area increases in the control plots ranged from 0.4 to 1.4 ft2/acre/yr. Endemic mountain pine beetle infestations and snow breakage accounted for most of the mortality on the plots, which decreased the residual basal area and basal area growth. Increases in basal area are used to estimate the length of time required for various stand densities to reach the susceptibility thresholds for mountain pine beetle infestation. Stand marking may influence future susceptibility to beetle infestations.

National Nurseryman

ForThe fruits of the Sweet Mountain Ash are almost peartunately , we have a new
fruit - tree for the coming orchard shaped ; the leaves are larger than those of the
common of the high latitudes . I can write with much confidence Swedish form ...

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A Year Among the Trees

THE MOUNTAIN ASH . THE Mountain Ash , or Rowan - tree , is beautiful in all its
conditions and at all seasons . Its elegant pinnate foliage , not flowing , like that of
the locust , but neat , firm , and finely serrate , and its flowers , in large clusters ...

A Year Among the Trees

Author: Wilson Flagg

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In the Alsatian mountains by Katharine Lee

The branches of the great pine trees were covered with the moss of ages ; it hung
down in great lines like stalactites from a cavern , or spread a broad thick cushion
right along a bough . These long trails must have been over a foot in length ...

In the Alsatian mountains  by Katharine Lee

Author: Katharine Lee Jenner

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Skiing

The balsam fir makes a splendid, sharp-spired tree of up to 75 feet; in its smaller
form, it is the quintessential Christmas ... Hemlock, the other common
Northeastern conifer, is not as mountain- oriented as the others, but when it does
appear in ...

Skiing

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A Library of Famous Fiction

He had drawn the papaw - tree , the branchless trunk of which some advantage
from the most rugged spots , forms a ... where you flowers , hung scattered over
the steepest part might enjoy coolness during the heats of the of the mountain .

A Library of Famous Fiction

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The Mountain of the Upas Tree

My father showed surprise that he dared to keep such dangerous objects with
him in his hut , but the old man replied smiling that , for him at least , the upas tree
was no longer mortal , it couldn ' t harm him any more . “ Nothing daunted my ...

The Mountain of the Upas Tree

Author: Richard March

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The Garden

This shrub , as we saw it the other tree I have observed in the Bear Mountains . It
hortensis , of which the annexed illustration is attractive and very effective either
as a single stout for the size of the tree . Its long , elegantly a representation .

The Garden

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The West American Scientist

Engelmann ' s Spruce ( Picea Engelmanni ) occurs in the eastern and interior
parts of the province , and forms dense forests in the mountains to the level of
nearly 4 , 000 feet in elevation . The tree is very tall and straight , and the wood ...

The West American Scientist

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The Overland Monthly

The men ascended to the summits of the mountains ; only one remained in the
plain with his wife. " It was Tamandare, mighty among ... The land disappeared ;
the tree disappeared ; the mountain disappeared. "The water reached heaven,
and ...

The Overland Monthly

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