Horticulture 231

List 5 Trees and Shrubs with Compound Leaves - Practice quiz
Rhus aromatica in fall colorKoelreutaria paniculata - new growth is
        red
# Scientific Name Common Name Family Origin Native
in WA

 1 Rhus aromatica Fragrant sumac Anacardiaceae Eastern North America
 2 Rhus glabra Smooth sumac Anacardiaceae North America, WA yes
 3 Rhus typhina Staghorn sumac Anacardiaceae Eastern North America
 4 Gleditsia triacanthos Honeylocust Fabaceae Midwest & S.E. US
 5
Robinia pseudoacacia Black locust Fabaceae Midwest & S.E. US
 6
Styphnolobium japonicum Japanese pagoda tree Fabaceae China, Korea
 7
Fraxinus americana White ash Oleaceae Eastern North America
 8
Fraxinus pennsylvanica Green ash Oleaceae Eastern North America
 9
Dasiphora fruticosa Bush cinquefoil Rosaceae Northern hemisphere, WA yes
10 Rosa sp. Rose Rosaceae N. hemisphere, WA yes
11 Sorbus aucuparia European mountainash Rosaceae Europe to W. Asia
12
Aesculus sp. Horsechestnut Sapindaceae N. America, Europe
13 Koelreuteria paniculata Goldenrain tree Sapindaceae China, Japan, Korea
14 Ailanthus altissima Tree of heaven Simaroubaceae China



15c

Asgn choice from:
 a. Sambucus nigra
 b. Caragana arborescens
 c. Laburnum sp.
 d. Fraxinus excelsior

a. Blue elderberry
b. Siberian peashrub
c. Goldenchain tree
d. European ash

a. Adoxaceae
b. Fabaceae
c. Fabaceae
d. Oleaceae

a. Western North Amer., WA
b. Siberia, Mongolia
c. Europe
c. Europe, western Asia

yes
no
no
no

Plants repeated from Hort 232:

R1
R1
Calluna vulgaris
Daphne burkwoodii
Heather
Burkwood daphne
Ericaceae
Thymelaeaceae
Asia and Europe
hybrid

R2 Rhododendron sp. Azalea or rhododendron Ericaceae Asia, N. Am., WA yes

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Virginia Lohr, Professor, E-mail: lohr@wsu.edu
Department of Horticulture
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington 99164-6414 U.S.A.
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