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Willow Dells Tr
Kirby Hughes
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Sedona area
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Sedona area
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Flowers
Sedona area
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Sedona area
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Willow Dells Tr
Jeff Schalau
Plant Description

Origin: Introduced
General Description: Deciduous. An introduced fast growing tree up to 60 feet. The crown is open and rounded with slender, spreading, brittle branches. Seeds prolifically and generally considered invasive. Can form dense thickets that close open areas and displace native vegetation.
Height: 60 feet     Width: 40 feet


Habitat

Plant Communities: Interior Chaparral, Semidesert Grasslands, Pinyon Juniper Woodland, Disturbed Areas
Elevation: 1000 - 5000 feet


Flowers

Color: Green   Shape: Inconspicuous in round clusters     Tubular: N   Flowering Period: Mar - Apr
Description: Monoecious. Petalless, to 1/8 inch wide, pale green clusters appear in early spring before leaves develop.


Leaves

Leaf Color: Dark green   Type: Simple   Shape: Round or oval   Margin: Toothed   Attachment: Alternate   Hairs: N
Description: Elliptical, slightly thickened, blunt-based and saw toothed with many straight side veins. 1 to 2-1/2 inches long. Dark green and smooth above, paler below.


Fruit

Color: Pale green to light brown   Type: Winged   Description: Thin, flat, wafer-like samara. Roundish, with notch at top. 1/2 inch in diameter. Initially pale green but later turning light brown when ripe in the spring.


Bark/Branches

Bark Color: Gray or brown   Bark Texture (Mature): Rough   Bark and Branch Description: Irregularly furrowed and rough. Often streaked with light bleeding stains caused by bacteria.
Spines, thorns or prickles: N

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