black gum mallets for stone masons and woodworkers are in the market.
The vessel also has two mends or strengthenings with lumps of black gum.
Allan stretched himself beneath a black gum at the side of the road.
The sour or black gum of the South has a wide range, being hardy to southern Ontario and Maine.
In Utah it is known as white balsam, as silver fir in some parts of California, and as black gum in Utah.
"black gum" refers to its dark gray, rough bark, which is broken into many-sided plates.
The range of black gum is much more extensive than that of tupelo.
With no claim to symmetry, the black gum is a striking and picturesque figure in winter.
The leaves of black gum are simple and alternate; not serrate.
No other oak equals it, and it compares favorably with sugar maple, black gum, and dogwood.