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Espalier
... trees, there can be a near blizzard of white fluff deposited in June. Since only female trees produce the fluff, however, it is an easy problem to avoid, by growing only male trees. Most commercially propagated poplars are male clones, grown as cuttings from male trees. One notable ...
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Companion Trees for Rhododendron
... is young. In the spring, the ginkgo bears inconspicuous male and female flowers on separate trees. It is important to plant only male trees because in late fall the female ones bear bright yellow ... white nut-like seed that is prized as a delicacy.) Nurserymen generally sell only the male trees and have selected several excellent varieties. Among them are 'Autumn Gold', a handsome broad spreading ...
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Trees of Reed: Poplars
... heart- or triangle-shaped leaves. They were once very popular trees to plant for erosion control, but they tend to cause problems ... and they can lift sidewalks or puncture sewer lines. The male trees produce abundant pollen that can cause allergies and the females ... the form of catkins, and males and females are on separate trees. Maps: 29 Populus nigra `Italica' Lombardy Poplar The Lombardy Poplar ...
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Large Trees for North Carolina
... to 20' Native evergreen; good for screening; blue berries on female trees. Chinese wingnut Pterocarya stenoptera 6, 7, 8 D Rapid Sun ... Slow Sun Medium Pyramidal 40 to 70' 20 to 40' Plant male trees, female has objectionable fruit; yellow leaves fall rapidly in fall. Hackberry ... ; dense 60 to 80' 40 to 50' Young trees and lower branches of older trees hold leaves throughout winter; red fall color. Oak ...
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Fruiting Trees, Shrubs, and Herbaceous Plants
... trees bear either male or female flowers. Female trees can begin producing fruit in 2 years, but require cross-pollination from a male tree. The fruit does not all ripen at once and some trees ... once the tree is well established. Seedling propagated trees may result in completely male trees that bear no fruit. Therefore we try to sell only grafted trees from proven sources. We are currently (summer ...
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Fruiting Trees, Shrubs, and Herbaceous Plants
... appearance. Production can start in about three years with grafted trees or three to fourteen years from seed. Cross-pollination is ... fruiting season is August to October. Seedlings can be male or female though male trees are not always needed for good fruit production. ... is a hardy commercial variety that can bear consistently and heavily if trees are managed properly. The fruit is good tasting, has a ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Ginkgo Biloba
... the Arborist Directory Sign Up for the TreeHelp Newsletter! Home > Trees > Species Info > Flat-rate shipping Shipping is free on orders over $100 Custom Care Kits for Trees Rapitest Soil and Moisture Testers Insect Control Products Quality, ... easy to establish. Buy only male or grafted, non-fruiting varieties because the fruit of female trees has an obnoxious odor. Prefers ...
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Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... Fir cones are erect, unlike the pendulous cones of most spruce trees. In fir trees, the scales on the cones are deciduous; that is, in the ... ve been discussing are the female reproductive portions of the tree. The male cones are formed in the spring near the branch tips and ... with the bark. In general the bark of pine trees is smooth on young trees but develops a flaky, reddish-brown colour with age. ...
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Trees of Reed: Birches
... sheets like paper. The trees are deciduous and the trunks are generally white or tan. Each tree has both male and female cones, and ... paper-thin curls (but it should not be pulled off live trees). The tree is sometimes called "canoe birch" because the bark was ... , 6, 9, 10, 22, 24, 25, 27, 29, 30 home | history | maps | trees | resources Maintained by Reed College Last updated: 5/12/03 Questions, ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Holly
... Search the Arborist Directory Sign Up for the TreeHelp Newsletter! Home > Trees > Species Info > Flat-rate shipping Shipping is free on orders over $100 Custom Care Kits for Trees Rapitest Soil and Moisture Testers Insect Control Products Quality, ... and berries. It is, however, more hardy. All hollies have male and female flowers on different plants. The berries are ...
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