Family - Thymelaeaceae Stems - Woody shrub to 2m tall freely branching. Twigs jointed glabrous... Family - Thymelaeaceae Stems - Woody shrub to 2m tall, freely branching. Twigs jointed, glabrous,... Inflorescence - Typically 2-3 in a terminal cluster appearing with the new leaves. Pedicels to 3mm... Inflorescence - Typically 2-3 in a terminal cluster, appearing with the new leaves. Pedicels to 3mm... Flowering - March - April. Habitat - Low wet woods streambanks rich wooded slopes. Origin - Native... Flowering - March - April. Habitat - Low wet woods, streambanks, rich wooded slopes. Origin - Native... In the spring Leatherwood has small fragrant yellow flowers before any leaves come out. In the spring, Leatherwood has small fragrant yellow flowers before any leaves come out. Fruit forming in late spring (end of May). Fruit forming in late spring (end of May). Back to Species Page Research Back to NYMF Table of Contents How to Use the Encyclopedia Glossary... Back to Species Page Research Back to NYMF Table of Contents How to Use the Encyclopedia Glossary... Here's a close-up picture of a flower. Here's a close-up picture of a flower. He hopes to model how vegetative vigor flowering and production of viable seeds vary with sun... He hopes to model how vegetative vigor, flowering, and production of viable seeds vary with sun... This winter photo of Leatherwood shows the shrub's typical form. This winter photo of Leatherwood shows the shrub's typical form. In the spring Leatherwood has small fragrant yellow flowers before any leaves come out. In the spring, Leatherwood has small fragrant yellow flowers before any leaves come out. Click here to discuss this photo. Previous image « - - - » Next image More Pictures Toxicodendron Click here to discuss this photo. Previous image « - - - » Next image More Pictures Toxicodendron Upper surface of a leaf. Upper surface of a leaf. Upper surface of a leaf. Upper surface of a leaf. Underside of a leaf. Underside of a leaf. Image Discussion Dirca palustris   L.  -  Leatherwood Photo © by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Taken by G.... Image Discussion Dirca palustris   L.  -  Leatherwood Photo © by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Taken by G.... Here's a couple more photos of Leatherwood in the winter. Here's a couple more photos of Leatherwood in the winter. Here are close-up pictures of the bark. Here are close-up pictures of the bark. Leatherwood as cordage... This picture shows the bark fibers separated. There are at least two... Leatherwood as cordage... This picture shows the bark fibers separated. There are at least two... This picture dramatizes the pliability of Leatherwood. The branches can actually be tied into knots... This picture dramatizes the pliability of Leatherwood. The branches can actually be tied into knots... (Range map provided courtesy of the USDA website and is displayed here in accordance with their... (Range map provided courtesy of the USDA website and is displayed here in accordance with their... And another showing the characteristic marks that show along its stems. And another, showing the characteristic marks that show along its stems. Pete enlisted the help of Johnny Randall from the North Carolina Botanical Garden at Chapel Hill to... Pete enlisted the help of Johnny Randall from the North Carolina Botanical Garden at Chapel Hill to... Flore laurentienne Frère Marie-Victorin (1885-1944) Flore laurentienne Frère Marie-Victorin (1885-1944) Leaf arrangement. Sometimes the leaves are almost rounded at the tips rather than pointed. Leaf arrangement. Sometimes the leaves are almost rounded at the tips, rather than pointed. Full View Full View In the spring Leatherwood has small fragrant yellow flowers before any leaves come out. In the spring, Leatherwood has small fragrant yellow flowers before any leaves come out. Here are close-up pictures of the bark. Here are close-up pictures of the bark. And another showing the characteristic marks that show along its stems. And another, showing the characteristic marks that show along its stems.
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