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smooth when young

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Juniperus occidentalis fact sheet
... ) and round with smooth, leathery scales; green when young and bluish-black when mature, but always covered with white bloom. Require 2 growing seasons to mature. Twig: Round and reddish-brown, smooth when young but becoming scaly ...
www.cnr.vt.edu

VT Forestry I.D. Cards - red maple
... buds are clove-shaped, vegetative buds resemble a dull cat claw. Bark:Gray and smooth when young, turning very scaly to finely blocky. Form:A small tree with a short trunk ... bundle scars. Bark:Smooth with numerous short, narrow, horizontal lenticels when young; becomes very dark (nearly black), breaking up into small, rough, irregular, upturned plates (burnt corn flakes), when older. Form:Medium ...
www.cnr.vt.edu
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Zygopetalum mackayi Culture
... is only slightly roughened instead of noticeably fuzzy, and the underside of the column is smooth instead of fuzzy. Plant and Flower Information: PLANT SIZE AND TYPE: A moderate to large ... -5 cm) in diameter. They are bright green and smooth when young but become yellow-green and very wrinkled with longitudinal furrows when older. The young pseudobulbs are protected by 2 or more leaf-like ...
www.orchidculture.com

Beech3
... Sometimes entire leaves can be seen growing on the same tree, when branches have been damaged in the past. Fagus sylvatica var. Dawyck (Fastigiata ... the middle veins are pinkish to dark red. The bark is smooth and pale at first, but soon becomes cracked and flaky. ... has quite prominent ridges between the veins. The grey bark is smooth when young and cracks with age to give horizontal stripes and dark ...
www.the-tree.org.uk

Gold Medal Plant Awards
... foliage, good and profuse, slightly fragrant pink flowers, persistent (several months) red fruit, with interesting, smooth bark throughout the winter. This multi-season specimen tree with consistently good flowering, is hardy ... blossoms over a 10 to 20 day period. Small trees are fast growing and flower when young; a very cold hardy and stress tolerant small flowering tree; hardy in zones 5 to ...
counties.cce.cornell.edu

Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... trees is smooth on young trees but develops a flaky, reddish-brown colour with age. Scots pines have a particularly orange/red peeling bark. White pines can have smooth bark, even when mature. The bark on spruce trees is generally rough to touch and becomes furrowed and scaly with age. Fir trees have smooth bark that is often grayish when young, but ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Beans
... and many other things in other places, distinguished by being picked when young and immature rather than by color as such and by a ... southern U.S.; medium-sized, cream-colored with a purply seam, smooth texture, thin skin, "subtle" flavor (like lentils, they do not require ... helps a lot to harvest the beans while they're still young and tender. More Relevant Links Besides any links presented above on ...
growingtaste.com

MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... length of the blade. When young, both blade and stalk are usually green, often becoming reddish with age, especcially when exposed to sun. The flower stem is from 5 15 cm long. It arises from the centre of the rosette, and is slender and smooth ... For your cuttings, select only healthy leaves which should be young, but completely opened with fully bedewed tentacles, take the ...
home.wanadoo.nl/aryenadahobbelhovestad

Adiantaceae [First Draft]
... dry papyraceous, dark-brownish or brownish-green and glabrous on both durfaces; rachis castaneous, smooth, polished and apexes narmally prolonged a whipe-like stolon and rooting, acting asexual reproduction. ... , less than 1.5 mm in diam. brown when young, blck when old, polished, grooved on upper sides and inside brown stff hairy, when old becoming cylindraceous and mostly hairs fallen; laminae ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

Speckled Alder
... Alder Alnus rugosa As with the Smooth Alder this plant usually grows as a shrub, but sometimes reaches tree size. The bark is gray and smooth. When young the twigs are grayish brown and slightly hairy. This species is more northern than the Smooth Alder. It is found in northeastern parts ...
www.oplin.org




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