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Nyssa sylvatica (black tupelo, tupelo, or black gum)

Nyssa sylvatica - Nyssa sylvatica, commonly called sour gum, is a slow-growing, deciduous, tree. It is primarily a lowland tree found in low wet woods, bottomlands and pond peripheries, but also can be found on dry rocky wooded slopes and ravines. A stately tree with a straight trunk and rounded crown that typically grows 30-50' tall. Small, greenish-white flowers appear in spring on long stalks. Flowers give way to oval, long fruits which are technically edible but quite sour. Fruits mature to a dark blue and are attractive to birds and wildlife. Spectacular scarlet fall color. Leaves are dark green above and paler below. Sometimes commonly called black tupelo. Family : Nyssaceae

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Nyssa sylvatica (black tupelo, tupelo, or black gum)

Nyssa sylvatica (black tupelo, tupelo, or black gum)

Nyssa sylvatica (black tupelo, tupelo, or black gum)

Nyssa sylvatica (black tupelo, tupelo, or black gum)

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