Hundredfold Black Gum 5 Tree Seeds - Nyssa sylvatica Black Tupelo Sourgum Ontario Native Tree, Beautiful Fall Colours, Excellent for Birds and Beneficial Insects
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White-tailed deer and beavers eat black gum twigs and leaves.
Flowers attract bees and insects.
Black gum fruits are sour — hence the common name sourgum
It is a small tree, and is able to reach up to 20 metres in height
Black gum trees have brightly colored fall foliage and provide lots of shade making them an excellent landscape plant. The fruits are too sour for human tastes but are a crucial source of food for animals such as the fox, woodpeckers, and wild turkeys.
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