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drooping catkins

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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - tree-of-Heaven
... is slender and pubescent, dark green above, paler below. Flower:Monoecious; males are yellow-green, drooping catkins with 3 hanging from one stalk, 3 to 4 inches long; females are short, 4 ... birds toes), present throughout the winter; females appear in spring and are slender, light green catkins, 1/2 inch long, appearing or elongating (males) in spring. Fruit:Very distinctive, resembling hops ...
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Carya cordiformis fact sheet
... . Leaflets are lanceolate and serrate. The rachis is slender and pubescent. Flower: Male flowers are drooping catkins, with 3 hanging from one stalk, 3 to 4 inches long. Female flowers are short ...
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Oak trees of California
... , green flowers in early spring just before the leaves. Male flowers often cluster in slender, drooping catkins. Female flowers are at leaf bases, with a cup of overlapping scales. Where can you ... single female flower. It is held in a scaly cup. Pollen-bearing flowers are small, drooping catkins. An oak tree can have 100,000 or more male flowers, to provide wind-spread ...
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Populus grandidentata Michx
... - Bigtooth aspen is normally dioecious; flowering begins at about age 10. Flowers are borne in drooping catkins, 5 to 7.5 cm (2 to 3 in) long, that are tan-colored at ...
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Broussonetia papyrifera - Paper Mulberry - Moraceae
... spring, the trees bloom with female flowers forming globose heads and the male flowers in drooping catkins. The fruit is a small syncarp composed of orange-red drupelets. Culture: Broussonetia papyrifera need ...
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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... flowers on the tips of new shoots and male flowers or catkins on the old wood. If, as is sometimes the case, male ... Distribute canes on the trellis by tying and by lifting and drooping canes over the wires. Remove all old canes soon after harvest ... should be removed after harvest. Shorten branches sufficiently to prevent excessive drooping and thus avoid production of a high proportion of the crop ...
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Carpinus caroliniana, blue beech
... . Staminate catkins single at ends of twigs, thin, drooping, 3-4 cm (1.2-1.6 in) long, with many small greenish flowers in early spring before leaves appear. Pistillate catkins single at ...
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Populus deltoides, eastern cottonwood
... ) wide, glabrous, coarsely toothed, shiny green on both sides. Flowers numerous, very small, in drooping cylindrical catkins 5-9 cm (2-3.5 in) long, staminate and pistillate on different trees, in ... leaves. Fruits elliptical capsules about 10 mm (0.4 in) long on slender stalks in drooping clusters to 20 cm (8 in) long, splitting in late Spring and early summer to ...
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Hornbeam
... . Can grow to 50 ft., but is usually shorter. It has 4 inch leaves and catkins, and drooping clusters of fruit. Its autumn color is yellow-green, and it has grey bark ...
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MULBERRY Fruit Facts
... . White mulberries can grow to 80 ft. and are the most variable in form, including drooping and pyramidal shapes. In the South on rich soils the red mulberry can reach 70 ... change from one sex to another. The flowers are held on short, green, pendulous, nondescript catkins that appear in the axils of the current season's growth and on spurs on ...
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