Mistletoe can grow on a variety of host trees, but not all. The term “mistletoe” is applied to a variety of parasitic plants. For example Viscum album can infect more than 200 tree and shrub species, but is native to Great Britain and Europe. Species that are suspected to be resistant or nearly resistant to mistletoe include: Bradford flowering pear, Chinese pistache, crape myrtle, eucalyptus, ginkgo, golden rain tree, liquidambar, sycamore, and conifers such as redwood and cedar
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