Liquidambar styraciflua, commonly called American sweetgum, sweetgum, sweet
gum, ... Sweet gum is one of the main valuable forest trees in the southeastern
United States, and is a popular ornamental...
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The Sweetgum is a large tree, growing up to 100 feet tall. It has a straight trunk,
up to three feet wide. Sweetgums grow in woods and along streambanks and ...
Alternate Names redgum, sapgum, starleaf-gum, bilsted. Uses. Erosion Control:
Sweetgum is a good choice as a windbreak tree because of its fast growth and.
Sweet gum trees (Liquidambar styraciflua) are a common sight in the eastern
United States and in several Central American and southern Mexican regions.
Non-fruiting American sweetgum trees (Rotundiloba bears no gumballs) are the
best option for most. Sweetgums that do bear seed pods are too messy.
Sweet gum trees are native to the eastern U.S., but grow well throughout U.S.
Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 to 9 in full sun. The tree
Sweetgum (American Sweetgum) Liquidambar styraciflua. This is a large tree of
Ohio's forests. The biggest example in Ohio today grows in Scioto County and is
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American Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua. Narrow and erect when young,
this tree becomes more rounded with age. It eventually reaches 60 to 75 feet tall.
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