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Spicebush (Lindera benzoin). Early land surveyors regarded this species as an indicator of good agricultural land. The strong aromatic twigs and leaves have been used for tea and the berries have been powdered as a spice. Deer, rabbit, opossum, and numerous songbirds eat the twigs and fruit.

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Photographs by Valerie Lykes