Growing a Wildfire Black Gum Tree?

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Also known as nyssa sylvatica, black tupelo, tupelo, or sour gum tree, these trees provide excellent displays of brilliant, neon red fall color. They also have a wonderful shape and are easy to grow. This page is about growing a wildfire black gum tree.
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Do Wildfire black gum trees leave the gumdrops?

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April 11, 20190 found this helpful

You need male and female trees to produce fruit.

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August 14, 2013

Just bought a house in Galveston, Texas and want to plant some trees to get shade. This tree is very beautiful, but I am not to0 sure if it will do good in this climate.

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