vine maple

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Noun1.vine maple - small maple of northwestern North America having prostrate stems that root freely and form dense thicketsvine maple - small maple of northwestern North America having prostrate stems that root freely and form dense thickets
maple - any of numerous trees or shrubs of the genus Acer bearing winged seeds in pairs; north temperate zone
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The trail descends through a second-growth Douglas fir forest with sword ferns, red huckleberries, vine maple and salal bushes.
7 Low growing hardwoods such as vine maple and elderberry shall not be cut unless specified in the unit description.
Current program participants include Well Fed Farms, Vine Maple Acres, Prairie Road Farm, Backyard Beans and Grains Project, McIntyre Family Farm, Triple Wren Farms, Grateful Bounty Farm, Highland Blueberries, Chubby Bunny Farm, Blanchard Mountain Farm and Dragon Tongue Medicinal Herb Farm.
The way the sun streams through the Emerald Forest and highlights the vine maple leaves is majestic.
He hired a backhoe operator to re move a lot of the vine maple and people were amazed at how much timber was on the property, some of the firs and pines reach 160 feet tall.
The forest floor is thick with sword ferns, vine maple, salmonberry shrubs and clover with leaves as big as quarters.
After five winters and Aprils In the unaccustomed light The groundlings have turned pale, Wondering what and where They are, having outlasted One more dazzling summer: Clubmoss and vine maple, Bittercress, maidenhair, Rush, sweet-after-death.
Timber companies use pesticides to kill vine maple and other plants that spring up after logging, Pedery said.
The whistle punk gave the signal, and the huge Douglas-fir log began to move up the mountainside, hauled by heavy cables and knocking down everything in its path: hemlock saplings, clumps of vine maple, and yew trees.
As we walk through an understory of sword ferns, vine maple, salal, and western hemlock in a second-growth Douglas-fir stand, Graham claims, "We're creating an environment that's conducive to most wildlife.