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Lindera aggregata - click image to enlarge
Atlanta Botanical Garden. June 2003. A very compelling leaf shade with 3 prominant veins and an abruptly pointed apex. It reminds one something of
Viburnum davidii for gloss and symmetrical aspects. It is however an open plant of 8-12 feet and not dwarf the forementioned Viburnum.

Lindera aggregata

Lindera angustifolia - click image to enlarge
JC Raulston Arboretum. November 2003.

Lindera aggregata

Lindera benzoin 'Green Gold'
fc: yellow
fd: larger than species typical, rather showy
sex: male clone
or: Tom Clark, Fern Valley Farms

Lindera benzoin f. rubra ('Rubra')
fc: orange-red or brick red from dark brownish-red buds

Lindera benzoin 'Xanthocarpa'
frc: fruit orange-yellow
ns: it is not a good botanical form as the origin is cultivation
or: A. Fordham, Arnold Arboretum found there as mutation

Lindera chienii - click image to enlarge
JC Raulston Arboretum. August 2003. This species has a leaf that stays attractive summer into fall. The blades are sizeable (7-9 inches long), semi-glossy, and
as you can see, richly textured.

Lindera chienii

Lindera glauca - click image

Lindera glauca - click image
These two pictures were shot at the Raulston Arboretum in early Novemerr 2003. This large shrub to small tree is remarkable for the orange fall color and the black fruit that contrasts so nicely with it. It is a very rare species in US collections at least - and we found not listing for it in the RHS PLANT FINDER 2003 either.
 

Lindera glauca

Lindera salicifolia - click image

Lindera salicifolia - click image
JC Raulston Arboretum. September and November 2003. This species has a longer, narrower-looking leaf than L. glauca above and colors nearly as well in fall. The dark fruit on it are also plentiful and interesting. The leaf quality in summer is below the glossy and texture of L. chienii.

Lindera salicifolia

Lindera umbellata - click image
JC Raulston Arboretum. November 2003. This species colored two weeks after L. salicifolia above.

Lindera umbellata