tupelo tree

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Synonyms for tupelo tree

any of several gum trees of swampy areas of North America

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Coiled thigh-deep in water between two tupelo trees, I my weight forward to shoulder my shotgun.
Black gum tupelo trees sometimes decay in an unusual manner--from the top of the tree downward.
The 24,600-acre wilderness area in North Florida's Apalachicola National Forest features two national co-champion Ogeechee tupelo trees (Nyssa ogeche) along with huge slash pine, pond cypress, and swamp tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica var.
It's no wonder this vibrant northeast Mississippi town is named for the blackgum or Tupelo trees that once dotted its landscape.
Working closely with GFC, Oglethorpe Power replanted designated wetland areas with pond cypress, bald cypress, red maple, swamp chestnut oak and water tupelo trees.
Under an agreement reached by Oglethorpe Power and the GFC, designated wetlands areas are being replanted with red maple, cypress, swamp chestnut oak and water tupelo trees.
Employees of CP&L and the commission planted 5,000 bald cypress and 2,800 water tupelo trees to introduce attractive, hearty trees that will benefit recreational fishing as well support operations for Progress Energy's Sutton Steam Electric Plant.
CP&L, a subsidiary of Progress Energy (NYSE: PGN), along with employees of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC), will plant 5,000 bald cypress and 5,000 water tupelo trees.