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tallow tree:

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, common name for members of the Euphorbiaceae, a family of herbs, shrubs, and trees of greatly varied structure and almost cosmopolitan distribution, although most species are tropical. In the United States the family is most common in the Southeast.
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The International Friendship Garden is a bucket of several trees including the Chinese tallow tree, Chinar, Chir pine, Olive, Diar, Araucaria Cookii, and Araucaria excels and Magnolia Grand flora.
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Chinese tallow tree is a noxious, invasive plant in the Southeastern United States.
-- Abiotic stress tolerance may play a role in the invasion and spread of Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum).
* Until recently, Chinese tallow tree (Saplum sebiferum), an attractive small tree with outstanding fall color, was considered suitable for all residential landscapes.
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Although no one species can be recommended for every location within California, the Chinese tallow tree deserves a special look.