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Phellodendron amurense
Amur Corktree

The thick trunk of Amur Corktree, while having a relatively smooth bark in youth, develops a deeply furrowed, ridged, and cork-textured bark with maturity, hence the common name. The shallow root system may also surface in compacted soils and near sidewalks, curbs, and pavements.


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