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For a burgundy tree, use a 'Royal Purple' smoketree, Cotinus coggyria, or in a protected site, 'Forest Pansy' redbud.
From 2,000 m to 2,400 m, the loess soils of the dry valley bottoms used to be farmed and the slopes have suffered many fires The original Chinese hemlock of the north slopes has been almost replaced by a secondary forest of pine and oak: Chinese red pine Pinus tabulaeformis with an oriental white oak Quercus aliena and Q. baronii understorey, smoketree Cotinus coggyria being dominant on south-facing slopes, and Rhododendron micranthum on cool slopes.
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