- Sweet gum
- Sweet gum.
- Hardwood Lumber and Veneer Series: Sweetgum
- Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua L.
- Sweetgum Ball Control
- Horticulture. John W. Jett, Horticulture Specialist.
- United States. Department of. Agriculture.
- Plant Guide
- Contributed by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data. Center. Alternate names.
- A gum tree that's not a sweetgum
- The gum tree is quite iconic but is not necessarily a sweetgum tree. It is an ordinary tree that literally holds a tradition that has been in existence for more than a decade and a half.
- Palatka motorist drives into path of freight truck
- Britani L. Harris was stopped in a Honda sedan on Sweetgum Road about 2:30 am at Florida 207. When she drove onto 207, she was hit by a truck driven by Timothy C.
- Greenthumb - Walnut tree driving your plants nuts?
- It's found in the roots of walnut trees and will choke out other plants and grasses. Some plants are resistant to it. There are many like Japanese Maples, Sugar Maples, Sweetgum, Witchhazel and many more.
- Dacula Area Road Closures: Aug. 28 - Sept. 4
- Alcovy Road from Alcovy Springs Drive to Sweetgum Road will require intermittent lane closures through December 2011 for roadway improvements associated with Sugarloaf Parkway extension, weather permitting.
- 9/11 memorials at the World Trade Center, Shanksville, Pa.
- A view of the memorial plaza showing three of the 40 sweet gum trees at the Flight 93 National Memorial. Another view of some of the sweet gum trees — one for each victim — at the Flight 93 National Memorial.
- Sweetgum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Sweetgum (Liquidambar) is a genus of four species of flowering plants in the family Altingiaceae, though formerly often treated in the Hamamelidaceae.
- The sweetgum is also known as redgum, star-leaved gum, alligator-wood, and gumtree.
- Sweetgum, American - Tree Details—The Tree Guide at arborday.org
- Deep, glossy green star-shaped leaves mark the Sweetgum. Leaves turn yellow- purple-red in the fall, and stay on the tree quite late.
- Sweet gum
- Sweet gum.
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