Sassafras albidum is a deciduous tree native to North America. It is generally found in the eastern United States and is an important source of food and shelter to many wild animal...
Sassafras is a genus of the extant and one extinct species of deciduous trees in
the family Lauraceae, native to eastern North America and eastern Asia.
Sassafras is very common in Virginia, and it can be a shrub or a tree. ... Sassafras
has three differently shaped leaves: three-lobed (see above), mitten-shaped, ...
The bark, twigs, and leaves of sassafras
are important foods for wildlife. Sassafras
is native from southwestern Maine west to New York, extreme southern Ontario, and central Michigan; southwest in Illinois, extreme southeastern Iowa, Missouri, southeastern Kansas, eas... More »
Sassafras (Sassafras albidum), sometimes called white sassafras, is a medium-
sized, moderately fast growing, aromatic tree with three distinctive leaf shapes: ...
Mar 25, 2015 ... Consider the sassafras tree. What is a sassafras tree and where do sassafras
trees grow? Read this article to learn more about growing this ...
Because it used to be made from the Sassafras tree. Nowadays the root beer
flavor is concocted from “artificial ingredients.” Why? Dried leaves are gound to ...
Sep 27, 2001 ... Common sassafras, ague tree. Uses. Ethnobotanic: All parts of the sassafras
plant are spicy and aromatic. The roots, bark, leaves, new shoots ...
Sassafras in Flower. Sassafras Tree in Flower. Description: Medium-sized, root
beer-scented tree with 3 kinds of leaves; flowers tiny, yellow, 5-petaled, in spring;