Toms Creek Falls, McDowell Co, NC

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#1)  Toms Creek Falls, McDowell Co, NC

Postby bbeduhn » Mon Apr 10, 2017 3:40 pm

One is greeted by what, at first, appears to be a verdant herb layer. This is just a ruse as daffodils, periwinkle and an acre of multiflora rose dominate the entrance to the trail. McDowell County consistently has solid, tall tree sites. This is an exception. One nice thing is how green the hemlocks are.

Lirio tulip   133.7'
Quercus alba  122.9'
Quercus rubra  119.0'
Quercus montana 103.2'
Tsuga canadensis 120.3'
Pinus strobus      118.9'
Pinus echinata   103.4'
Pinus rigida       92.7'
Carya glabra      112.5'
Platanus occidentalis 113.0'
Fagus americana   103.7'
Betula lenta          99.7'
Acer rubrum         97.9'
Betula nigra          76.0'
R10= 115.06'
healthy hemlocks
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