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Cornaceae
Nyssa

Nyssa sylvatica

Black tupelo, Black gum

Wald Tupelobaum - Tupélo noir - Zwarte tupeloboom

Nyssa sylvatica
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Ovoide ancho 1er tamaño: más de 12 metros de alto Corona semiabierta
Altura: 15 - 25 m
Corona: broad pyramidal to broad ovoid
Corteza y ramas: trunk dark grey and grooved, twigs greenish brown
Hoja: inverse ovoid to oval, dark green, 5 -12 cm
Flores: unremarkable, greenish, April/May
Frutos: ovoid drupe, dark blue, Ø 0.9 - 1.5 cm
Aplicación: park tree, solitary
Tipo de suelo: preferably loamy, not too dry
Resistencia al viento: moderate
Procedencia: central and eastern USA as far south as north-eastern Mexico
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 5a
Sinónimo: -

This tree naturally occurs in swampy areas in the eastern regions of North America. But it can also grow to become a tall tree in less moist areas. The broad, pyramidal crown is formed by branches that later hang straight down. This eventually produces a broad, ovoid, almost round crown. Crown width approx. 12 m. Young branches have round lenticels. The glossy leaves are oval to inverse ovoid. They have a smooth edge, sometimes slightly lobed with the top of the leaf tapering to a point. The tree has become well-loved thanks to its autumn colour. In the autumn, the tree is especially lovely, decked out in dark red, orange and sometimes yellow tints. The colour depends on the type of soil. The roots grow very deeply, making the tree difficult to transplant.

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