black birch

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Synonyms for black birch

common birch of the eastern United States having spicy brown bark yielding a volatile oil and hard dark wood used for furniture

birch of swamps and river bottoms throughout the eastern United States having reddish-brown bark

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They actually used the willow tree, not the black birch," he added.
A diverse hardwood forest is present with hickory, white oak, red maple, black birch, sugar maple, tulip poplar with a scattering of conifers.
Other names for sweet birch include cherry birch and black birch.
July 19-- JAM Fund Grand Fondo, Black Birch Vineyard, 155 Glendale Road, Southampton.
On the edge of the woods, he passed around a twig of black birch and had the group do a "scratch and sniff'' to smell the tree's oil of wintergreen.
Common examples of naturally regenerating species are yellow poplar, red maple, sourwood, black birch, black cherry, and numerous shrub species.
The paper birches and pin cherries, normally among the first to grow after an area has been cleared, developed soon after the plot was pulled down, but quickly died off, defeated in part by shade provided by the many large downed trees and by the rapid growth of black birch.
A video in the PowerPoint presentation showed one bull moose latching on to a shoulder-high black birch branch near the small trunk, and easily stripping the entire branch of tender leaves.