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eastern cottonwood, necklace poplar, great plains cottonwood (Populus deltoides)
Populus deltoides
Common Names eastern cottonwood, necklace poplar, great plains cottonwood
Family Willow
Plant Type Tree
Native Yes
Weed No
Quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) tree with typical white bark.Populus tremuloides
Common Names quaking aspen
Family Willow
Plant Type Tree
Location McCall and many locations
Native Yes
Weed No
black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa)
Populus trichocarpa
Common Names black cottonwood
Family Willow
Flower Color -none-
Plant Type Tree
Location McCall
Native Yes
Weed No
Peach-leaf Willow (Salix amygdaloides)Salix amygdaloides
Common Names peach-leaf willow
Family Willow
Flower Color Yellow
Plant Type Shrub - Tree
coyote willow (Salix exigua)
Salix exigua
Common Names coyote willow
Family Willow
Flower Color -none-
Plant Type Shrub
Native Yes
Weed No
black willow (Salix nigra)
Salix nigra
Common Names black willow
Family Willow
Plant Type Tree
Native Yes
Weed No
MacKenzie's willow (Salix rigida)
Salix rigida
Common Names MacKenzie's willow
Family Willow
Flower Color Brown and White
Plant Type Shrub - Tree
Native Yes
Weed No
willow (Salix sp.)
Salix sp.
Common Names willow
Family Willow
Plant Type Shrub
Location McCall and many locations
Native Yes
Weed No

For additional information please send an e-mail request to:
Dr. Clinton C. Shock
Clinton.Shock@oregonstate.edu

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