Cottonwood of south dakota

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Cottonwood of south dakota

The cottonwood is well adapted to the prairie, usaually being found in the midwest. But you can find cottonwood from New York to Kansas

The average cottonwood lives about 120 years!

Populus Deltoides

Cottonwood

Sourceshttp://www3.northern.edu/natsource/TREESA1/Easter1.htmwww.cottonwoodcellars.comhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Populus_deltoidesohiodnr.com www.perfectduluthday.com http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/metro/urban-jungle/pages/100518.htmlblog.growingwithscience.comhttp://www.gpnc.org/cottonwood.htmen.wikipedia.orghttp://homeguides.sfgate.com/cottonless-cottonwood-tree-pests-67571.htmlwww.srgc.org.uk

-The bark is light brown and rough--Alternet leaf placement--Simple leafs--Seeds are in a frizzy mass of cotton--Pinnate vein system--Unlobed--Serrated--The Cottonwood is HUGE-

Also known as

The cottonwood is the state tree of Nebraska and Kansas

The cottonwood may be attacked by sap-sucking aphids

By: Ashley Anderson


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