MERCER UNIVERSITY

MACON, GEORGIA

31207

 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
April 22, 1980

Listed below are the trees which have been identified to date from Rose Hill
Cemetery. This list does not include ornamentals.

 1. Loblolly pine.
 2. Pond cypress.
 3. Red cedar.
 4. Weeping willow.
 5. Black willow.
 6. Pale hickory.
 7. Bitternut hickory.
 8. Southern red oak.
 9. Water oak.
10. White oak.
11. American beech.
12. Swamp Spanish oak.
13. Sugarberry.
14. Winged elm.
15. Red mulberry.
16. Tulip tree.
17. Southern magnolia.
18. Sassafras.
19. Sweet-gum.
20. Laure1 cherry.
21. Mimosa.
22. Redbud.
23. Hercules club.
24. Flowering dogwood.
25. Catawba tree.
Pinus taeda L.
Taxodium ascendens Brongn.
Juniperus virginiana L.
Salix babylonica L.
Salix nigra Marshall.
Carya pallid a Engl. & Graebner
Gary a cordiformis (Wang.) K. Koci
Quercus falcata Michx.
Quercus nigra L.
Quercus alba L.
Fagus grandifolia Ehrh.
Quercus pagodaefolia Ashe.
Celtis laevigata Willd.
Ulmus alata Michaux.
Morus rubra L.
Liriodendton tulipifera L.
Magnolia grandiflora L.
Sassafras albidum (Nuttall) Nees
Liquidambar styraciflua L.
Prunus caroliniana Aiton.
Albizia julibrissin Durazzini.
Cercis canadensis L.
Aralia spinosa L.
Cornus florida L.
Catalba speciosa Warder ex Engeli

This list was compiled by James 0. Harrison, Department of Biology, Mercer University.

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