Plant Guide Plant Materials <http://plant-materials.nrcs.usda.gov/> Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page <http://plant-materials.nrcs.usda.gov/intranet/pfs.html> National Plant Data Center <http://npdc.usda.gov> SPICEBUSH Lindera benzoin (L.) Blume Plant Symbol = LIBE3 Contributed by: USDA ...
"The Common Spicebush and Spicebush Swallowtail Butterfly" “The Common Spicebush and Spicebush Swallowtail Butterfly”
Spicebush shows a clustered distribution in Kramer Woods, present on a flat upland area along the northern edge. Only two points with spicebush showed no decline and they are >60 m from the north edge and along streams.
The Herb Society of America Essential Facts for Spicebush Lindera benzoin Family: Lauraceae Latin Name: Lindera benzoin Common Name: spicebush Growth: Perennial shrub, 3 to 9 feet tall, yellow flowers Hardiness: Zone 4b-9a Light: Partial Shade Soil: Rich, acidic to basic soil Water: Mesic ...
FPS-345 Lindera benzoin Spicebush 1 Edward F. Gilman 2 1. This document is FPS-345, one of a series of the Environmental Horticulture, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Spicebush ( Lindera benzoin ) By Nicole Hamilton Vol. 11 Issue 4, Winter 2006 Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy People and Wildlife Living in Harmony Spicebush is a wonderful shrub often found growing wild in damp woodland areas, in thickets, and along stream banks.
4 dogwood Hawthorn name Height (ft) Wildlife value exposure fruit/seeds available Shrubs, continued Common spicebush 12 Veery, wood thrush, and other fall migrants fS-PS Late summer (Lindera benzoin) feed on the high-fat fruits; spicebush swallowtail feeds on leaves Coralberry (Symphoricarpos 6 Hummingbirds ...
Spicebush (Lindera benzoin; Zones 4-9), sometimes called northern spicebush, is a lovely, native American woodland shrub that thrives in partial shade, such as it would have at the edge
IF&WINSIDER PAGE 2 Continued from Page 1 Spicebush Swallowtail Rare butterfly rediscovered in Maine IF&W Photos by Phillip deMaynadier Enriched hardwood swamp habitat of the Spicebush Swallowtail butterfly in Wells.
Some examples of butterflies and their host plants are: Monarchs lay their eggs on milkweeds; Spicebush Swallowtails lay on stinging nettle.