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Plant identifiedformlocationconditionsroot patternsizeusehoney bee plant?medicinalwood quality/usesnotes
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bamboograsssoutheast cornerrunnerplant stakes+, edible shoots
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horsenettleSolanum carolinenseherblower fieldsfull sun to part, moist, acid to alkaline3'3" HyesPHOTO ON FLORA PAGE; poisonous
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Birds Eye SpeedwellVeronica persicaherbscattered through upper fields/yardcreeping wildfloweryesPHOTO ON FLORA PAGE
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burdockherb
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ground ivyherb
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milkweedherb
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plantainherbx
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stinging nettleUrtica dioicaherbupper west field nearest corncrib, inside old chicken coopsun to part, moist, acid to alkalinefibrous, runner1-5' H x indefinite widthfood, drink, medicine, fiber, dye, dynamic accumulatoryesPHOTO ON FLORA PAGE
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vincaherb
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snowdropherb
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catmintherbsouth west of large greenhouse "terrace"
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may appleherbaceousacross the street edge of woods by road
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blueberryshrubedible fruit
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lilacshrubnear redbud south of large greenhouse
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white oakQuercus albatreebehind underground housefull to part sun, dry to moderate moisture, garden to alkaline soiltap root75-100' x samefair edible nut, dynamic accumulator, generalist nectarymay pollen sourceyes

The specific gravity of white oak is; green .60 and .68 dry. It is the primary species used to make wooden barrels. The wood is also useful for most other applications of hardwoods such as flooring, furniture and veneer, to name a few.
PHOTO ON FLORA PAGE, can be coppiced
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american chestnut?treewest of bamboo,south of pondwill need further investigation
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austrian pinetree
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balsam firtree
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black cherry?tree
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black walnuttree
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concolor firtree
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flowering dogwoodcornus floridatreesouth of underground house
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douglas firtree
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callery or bradford peartreethroughout lower field/some with thorns
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hickorytreewest treeline lower field
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hollytree
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mulberrytreeeverywhere
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northern red oaktreesouthwest corner
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norway sprucetreegarage
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red pinetree
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redbudtree
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sassafrastree
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scotch pinetree
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sumactree
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tulip poplartreewoodlot southx
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walnuttree
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white pinetree
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eastern redbudCercis canadensistreesoutheast of underground house/multiple saplingsfull sun to shade, dry to moderate moisture, garden to alkaline soiltap root20-35' x sameedible leaves, flowers, seedpodyesyes
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hazelnutcorylus americanatree/shrubscattered and eastfull sun, moderate moisture, garden to alkaline soilflat, suckering6-12' H x 6-20' Wedible nuts, generalist nectaryfair/good pollen source, mar-apryesUses include thatching spars, net stakes, water divining sticks, hurdles, furniture, firewood.PHOTO ON FLORA PAGE, can be coppiced
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bush cherrytree/shrub
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english ivyvine
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japanese honeysucklevineeverywhere
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kiwivinewest upper near windbreakedible fruit
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wisteriavinebusting out of large greenhouse
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roseshrubin front of large greenhouse
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dawn redwoodMetasequoia glyptostroboidestreewindbreak - corner where upper and lower fields meet
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kousa dogwoodcornus kousasmall treefront door of farm house
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spicebushshrubwoodlot
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crab applewild malussmall treewindbreak west of main gardencherry size apples for fruit leather, jam, cider? yessome astringency can get past with sweetening, slight bitterness, some tropical taste like mango-ish
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