Rhamnus frangula

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Related to Glossy buckthorn: alder buckthorn, Common buckthorn
  • noun

Synonyms for Rhamnus frangula

small tree common in Europe

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Autumn olive, winterberry, and multiflora rose fruits were collected in Storrs, Connecticut; swamp rose in Eastford, Connecticut; and glossy buckthorn and highbush blueberry in Putnam, Connecticut.
wild cherry (Prunus virginiana), blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum), sumac (Toxicodendron vernix), glossy buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula) multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora), and honeysuckle (Lonicera spp.
Glossy buckthorn, found before 1980 in only four communities in the county is now in all except seven.
Efforts continue to rid the property of such invasive plants as glossy buckthorn and Japanese knotweed.
3) Phragmites (4) Purple loosestrife (5) Japanese barberry (6) Morrow's honeysuckle (7) Glossy buckthorn (8) Garlic mustard (9) Winged euonymus (Burning-Bush) (10) Reed canary-grass (11) Mile-a-Minute vine (12) Oriental bittersweet (13) Japanese knotweed (14) Eurasian watermilfoil (CHART 1) Invasive Species (CHART 2) Critical invasive plants
Glossy buckthorn, Asian bittersweet, and autumn olive have their places, but those places aren't supposed to be in New England.
I aimed to determine the relationship between sun exposure, photosynthesis rate, and growth of glossy buckthorn seedlings, and to compare buckthorn photosynthesis rates and the rates of native species.