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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society / Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1910
Volume XL, Part II (1910)

Trees and shrubs recommended,   pp. [xii]-xvi PDF (757.6 KB)


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TREES AND SHRUBS RECOMMENDED.
EVERGREENS.
For screens and windbreaks-Norway Spruce, White Spruce, White
Pine, Austrian Pine, Scotch Pine.
For hedges and screens for shearing-Norway Spruce, American Ar-
bor Vitae, Red Cedar.
For lawns-Norway Spruce for backgrounds. For groups-Ameri-
(an Arbor Vitae, Red Cedar, White Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce,
Austrian Pine, Scotch Pine.
For small lawns-Arbor Vitae, Savin Juniper, Mugho Pine.
DECIDUOUS TREES.
The more desirable ones are starred, and a further selection of five
is indicated by double stars.
**American Elm. Box Elder, Black Cherry, Carolina Poplar, **Green
Ash, *Hackberry, Honey Locust, Larch, **Linden, **Norway Maple,
*Scarlet Maple, **Silver Maple, *Sugar Maple, Scarlet Oak. *White
Oak, White Ash.
DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREES.
This class includes smaller deciduous trees of more value for orna-
inent than for shade or defense.
Crab (native), also Bechtel's double flowering crab, Cut-leaved Weep-
ing Birch, Tartarian Maple, Ginnala Maple, Kentucky Coffee Tree,
Mountain Ash, Weeping Willow, Russian Mulberry.


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