tree of heaven


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Synonyms for tree of heaven

deciduous rapidly growing tree of China with foliage like sumac and sweetish fetid flowers

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Just a partial list includes Norway maple, tree of heaven, autumn olive, black locust, euonymus, common and glossy buckthorn, multiflora rose, wineberry, honeysuckle, bittersweet, porcelain berry, swallow worts, bishop's weed, cypress spurge, garlic mustard, dame's rocket, Japanese knotweed, Japanese stilt grass, purple loosestrife, spotted knapweed, yellow flag iris, phragmites, hydrilla and water chestnut.
Many were brought by town residents to California from previous places they had lived: black locust came from the central and eastern United States, pepper trees from South America, and tree of heaven from China.
A notorious invader called the tree of heaven may have an unusual way of outsourcing some of its nutrient-finding efforts.
Around 70,000 new trees and shrubs have been planted around the park, including the Tree of Heaven, Strawberry Tree, Scarlet Oak and Liquidambar, which is famous for its glowing autumn colours.
Allelopathic and herbicidal effects of extracts from tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima).
In an article by Jon Prance in the Canberra Times (May 14 1977) he pointed out that the trees growing near the graves were Ailanthus the ash-like tree of the gods or the Tree of Heaven.
Its peaceful 14 acres of gardens are dotted with ornamental trees carrying exotic names such as Indian Bean Tree, Tree of Heaven and Tulip Trees.
Even the most casual reader will find these selections fascinating, as we learn where and when, for example, tree of heaven, mimosa, winter jasmine, fig, mock orange, and crape myrtle entered the Southern experience.
Among the team's foes are Japanese barberry and privet shrubs, kudzu and oriental bittersweet vines, tree of heaven, garlic mustard, mile-a-minute weed, phragmites, Japanese stiltgrass, and Johnson grass.
CAREFULLY take all root cuttings of plants such as Tree of Heaven, Californian poppy and Japanese anemones and bring them on in a cold-frame.