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Cephalanthus occidentalis, Common Buttonbush, bark
Cephalanthus occidentalis, Common Buttonbush, branches
Cephalanthus occidentalis, Common Buttonbush, flower
Cephalanthus occidentalis, Common Buttonbush, bark
Cephalanthus occidentalis, Common Buttonbush, winter structure
Cephalanthus occidentalis, Common Buttonbush, shrubby form
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Cephalanthus occidentalis has rough, scaly
bark and may be multi-trunked.
Benny J. Simpson Native Garden,
Dallas Co., Texas
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In the winter, Common Buttonbush will lose
its leaves and may retain some of the woody,
dried flower heads on twig tips.
Benny J. Simpson Native Garden,
Dallas Co., Texas
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Puff ball like flower of
Cephalanthus occidentalis.
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens,
Dallas Co., Texas
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The bark of Common Buttonbush is
grayish brown on the trunk and branches.
Benny J. Simpson Native Garden,
Dallas Co., Texas
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Branches of Common Buttonbush ascend
sharply up to form the canopy- its structure
exposed here in February.
Benny J. Simpson Native Garden,
Dallas Co., Texas
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Cephalanthus occidentalis leaves are
yellowish green and 4 to 6 inches long.
Benny J. Simpson Native Garden,
Dallas Co., Texas
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