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  1. The trees are tapped for liquidambar balm, though a more fragrant gum is collected from the Oriental, or Turkish, sweet gum (L. orientalis). The Formosan gum (L. formosana), with three-lobed leaves, is widely grown as a garden tree in mild climates. This article was most recently revised and updated by Melissa Petruzzello, Assistant Editor.
  2. Sweet Gum Tree is the name given to the solo work of Loire-Valley based multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Arno Sojo. Taking his poetic material on a cinematic journey through Europe’s art-rock lineage, he’s released several albums and EPs over a decade, collaborating with such luminaries as Isobel Campbell, Heather Nova, Earl Harvin (Tindersticks), Marty Willson-Piper (The Church.
  3. Nov 15,  · Taken from Sweet Gum Tree's debut LP, "The Snakes You Charm & The Wolves You Tame" (February / Cadiz Music). Lyrics by Arno Sojo, music by Arno Sojo & Eric Voegelin.
  4. Mar 01,  · The American sweet gum is a popular tree in the St. Louis area. Every subdivision from Florissant to Kirkwood to Maryland Heights has several of them. While the trees were popular for builders and municipalities to plant due to their medium to fast rate of growth and beautiful color, they have become an annoyance for many homeowners.
  5. The Sweet Gum Tree is native to the Southeastern United States and Central America. Shiny bright green leaves turn orange, purple, yellow, and/or red in the fall. The fruit of the Sweet Gum Tree is a hard, spikey sphere around 1 ½ inches in diameter, and is commonly referred to as a “Gum Ball”- not fun to step on with bare feet!
  6. Department of Horticulture. N Ag Sciences Center University of Kentucky Lexington, KY Fax (Lexington): (Princeton):
  7. Red Hill Records is Doug Stevens & the Outband's independent label and, at this time, represents only recordings by the Outband. Red Hill is the name of the Northern Mississippi community where the Stevens family settled in the s. Doug named the label after this 5/5(1).
  8. The sweet gum tree is a hardy and beautiful specimen ranging from the Midwestern to Southeastern United States. Originally, you’d only be able to find this species in southeastern coastal states, but it has made a steady journey westward throughout the mid- to- late 20 th century.

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