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MAGNOLIAS
OAKS
FICUS
FRUIT TREE
WOOD
PALMS
ACACIA
ACACIA VICTORIAE
AFZELIA
ALSTONIA
ANOGEISSUS
ASPEN
AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS TREE
BABACO
BALSAM POPLAR
BEAN TREE
BEE TREE
BLACK POPLAR
BONSAI
CHERRY
CHINESE ELM
CONIFERS
COTTONWOOD
CYCADS
HICKORY
ILLICIUM
MAGNOLIA
MARIPOSA GROVE
NEEM
POUTERIA
SOFTWOOD
TREE CLIMBING
WILLOW
TREES
ABIU
AEXTOXICON
ALZATEA
ANDIRA INERMIS
ANGSANA
ASHOKA TREE
ASH TREE
ASPIDOSPERMA QUEBRACHO-BLANCO
BAUHINIA
BAUHINIA VARIEGATA
BLACK IRONWOOD
BOCOTE
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Magnolias

  1. Magnolias are trees or shrubs, generally with smooth gray bark and suckering freely. (Web site)
  2. Magnolias are used as food plants by the larva e of some Lepidoptera species including Giant Leopard Moth.
  3. Magnolias are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Giant Leopard Moth.
  4. The Magnolias is a small private garden in the town of Brentwood in the county of Essex, in South-East England. (Web site)

Oaks

  1. Oaks are classified in the division Magnoliophyta , class Magnoliopsida, order Fagales, family Fagaceae.
  2. Oaks are cultivated for ornament and are prized as the major source of hardwood lumber. (Web site)
  3. Oaks are deciduous trees that bear spring catkins (male flowers) and spikes (female flowers) on the same tree. (Web site)
  4. Oaks are divided into two basic categories: white and red.
  5. Oaks are hardwood trees, the wood commonly used in furniture and flooring. (Web site)

Ficus

  1. Ficus is a genus of about 800 species of woody trees, shrubs, vines, epiphytes, and hemi-epiphytes in the family Moraceae.
  2. Ficus is one of the most loved bonsai for many reasons.
  3. Ficus is the single most forgiving bonsai in terms of repotting season.

Fruit Tree

  1. A fruit tree is a wonderful addition to a landscape, adding beauty, shade, and a delicious snack for you.
  2. A fruit tree is a tree bearing fruit — the structures formed by the ripened ovary of a flower containing one or more seeds. (Web site)
  3. A fruit tree is a tree bearing fruit - the structures formed by the ripened ovary of a flower containing one or more seeds.

Wood

  1. A wood is called fine textured if, for example, a cross-section shows narrow annual growth rings.
  2. The Wood: One of the most distinctive woods in the world, purpleheart is prized for its very unusual deep purple color.
  3. The wood is a deep red with yellow tones and since the burls usually grow on the roots the wood, they often have interesting imbedded stones and voids.
  4. The wood is a golden brown and if can be obtained, makes very distinctive and rare bowls. (Web site)
  5. The wood is a golden brown and makes distinctive bowls and jewelry. (Web site)

Palms

  1. Palms are one of the most well-known and extensively cultivated plant families.
  2. Palms are a monophyletic group of plants, meaning that the group consists of a common ancestor and all its descendants [9]. (Web site)
  3. Palms are abundant throughout the tropical regions around the world, and are present in almost every type of habitat in the tropics. (Web site)
  4. Palms are the natural canopy trees for subtropicals.
  5. Palms are the third largest tree group. (Web site)

Acacia

  1. Acacia is a dense, naturally resinous hardwood which (by its very nature) resists penetration by water and will not stain.
  2. Acacia are a good source of pollen making some species popular with bee-keepers. (Web site)
  3. Acacia are not perfect, in fact, they tend to be a bit messy.
  4. Acacia is a Christian theater ministry that is not affiliated with any specific denomination or church. (Web site)
  5. Acacia is a dense, naturally resinous hardwood which (by it's very nature) resists penetration by water and will not stain.

Acacia Victoriae

  1. Acacia victoriae is a species of tree in the family Fabaceae.
  2. Acacia victoriae is a traditional food of Aboriginal people, particularly for making seedcakes.
  3. Acacia victoriae was found to be the best and coincidentally is currently recognised as the major source of wattle seed to the native food industry. (Web site)

Afzelia

  1. Afzelia is a genus of eight species of flowering trees in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae of the family Fabaceae (legumes).
  2. Afzelia is a fine wood on its own, but it is also one of those woods better known because of its similarity to other species. (Web site)
  3. Afzelia is a genus in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae of the family Fabaceae ( legume s).
  4. Afzelia is a genus in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae of the family Fabaceae ( legumes).
  5. Afzelia is a genus of eight species of flowering tree s in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae of the family Fabaceae (legumes). (Web site)

Alstonia

  1. Alstonia is a genus of evergreen trees or shrubs from the Dogbane family Apocynaceae.
  2. Alstonia is a widespread genus of evergreen trees and shrubs from the dogbane family ( Apocynaceae). (Web site)
  3. Alstonia was named by Robert Brown in 1811, after Charles Alston (1685-1760), Professor of botany at Edinburgh from 1716-1760. (Web site)

Anogeissus

  1. Anogeissus is a genus of trees native to South Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, and Africa. (Web site)
  2. Anogeissus is a genus of tree s native to South Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, and Africa, belonging to family Combretaceae. (Web site)
  3. Anogeissus is a genus of trees native to South Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, and Africa, belonging to family Combretaceae. (Web site)

Aspen

  1. Aspen is a great tree to grow on a rural property or in a large schoolyard.
  2. Aspen is a softer, light-colored, even-grained hardwood.
  3. Aspen is a true poplar, and therefore has similar characteristics and properties to cottonwood.

Australian Christmas Tree

  1. Nuytsia floribunda, commonly known as Western Australian Christmas tree, is a parasitic tree found in Western Australia. (Web site)
  2. Australian Christmas tree (species Nuytsia floribunda), parasitic tree of the mistletoe family (Loranthaceae), native to western Australia.
  3. Search Results Short Cuts Nuytsia floribunda (The Western Australian Christmas Tree) is a striking example of this kind of root parasitic plant.

Babaco

  1. The babaco is classified as a herbaceous shrub like Carica papaya (pawpaw or papaya) but unlike papaya it produces only female flowers. (Web site)
  2. Babaco is a good addition to ice cream, or it can be blended into drinks with other fruits. (Web site)
  3. The babaco is classified as a herbaceous shrub like the pawpaw or papaya but unlike papaya it produces only female flowers. (Web site)

Balsam Poplar

  1. Balsam Poplar is a fast-growing tree suited to a variety of planting sites, especially on sandy or wet soils. (Web site)
  2. Balsam poplar is a medium to large, fast-growing, short-lived tree.
  3. Balsam poplar is a wide-ranging deciduous species of northern, transcontinental distribution. (Web site)
  4. Balsam poplar is an important tree species of this association, reaching its greatest size and abundance on the flood plains of the rivers. (Web site)
  5. Balsam poplar is the most widespread broadleaf tree in Alaska; it ranges even farther north and west than another close relative, the quaking aspen. (Web site)

Bean Tree

  1. Bean Tree is a name used in different parts of the world for various trees that carry their seeds in large pods. (Web site)
  2. Bean Tree is a name used in different parts of the world to describe almost any tree that carries its seeds in large pods e.g. (Web site)
  3. The Bean Tree is a beautiful location, with the added attraction of a walled garden on summer evenings.
  4. The Bean Tree was a nice and ambient restaurant, but the food was a little disappointing for the price.

Bee Tree

  1. A 'bee tree' is a tree in which a colony of honey bees makes its home.
  2. A bee tree is a tree in which a colony of honeybees makes its home. (Web site)
  3. A bee tree is a tree that is hollow and has a colony of honey bees living inside.
  4. Bee Tree is a 258 acre track of land that is located in upper Baltimore County.
  5. Bee Tree is a companion piece to Windamajig, also by George Rhoades. (Web site)

Black Poplar

  1. The Black Poplar is one of England's rarest and most majestic native trees.
  2. The Black Poplar is a deciduous tree also known as the Lombardy poplar. (Web site)
  3. The Black Poplar is a deciduous tree, and another native of the British Isles.
  4. The Black Poplar was a funeral tree sacred to Hecate as death goddess, to Egeria, and to Mother Earth.
  5. The Black Poplar was once a common sight in Britain. (Web site)

Bonsai

  1. A Bonsai is a living work of art. (Web site)
  2. BONSAI - The art of miniaturizing trees by careful root and stem pruning and root restriction. (Web site)
  3. Bonsai are able to bear fruit and to drop their leaves in season, thus reproducing nature in miniature. (Web site)
  4. Bonsai are alive, and there is no final completion.
  5. Bonsai are classed according to their sizes. (Web site)

Cherry

  1. Cherry is a domestic hardwood. (Web site)
  2. Cherry is one of the most sought after domestic hardwoods. (Web site)
  3. The cherry is a fruit tree of the family Rosaceae.

Chinese Elm

  1. Chinese Elm is one of the best street tree selections for south-eastern Australia because of its eventual size, tolerance of urban sites and rapid growth. (Web site)
  2. Chinese elm is a tough little tree, tolerant of urban air and soils and resistant to Dutch elm disease. (Web site)
  3. Chinese elm is a tough tree, tolerant of urban air and soils, and resistant to Dutch elm disease. (Web site)
  4. The Chinese Elm is a tough, durable tree. (Web site)
  5. The Chinese Elm is a very hardy indoor plant that can accomodate many environments. (Web site)

Conifers

  1. Conifers are needle-bearing trees from the order Pinales. (Web site)
  2. Conifers are a wonderful way of adding colour and shape to your garden - and because the vast majority are evergreen, the effect will last the whole year!.
  3. Conifers are evergreen tress of varying sizes, all of which bear fruit known as pinecones.
  4. Conifers are gymnosperms. (Web site)
  5. Conifers are not defined as being evergreen or having needles instead of regular leaves, though that's usually the case.

Cottonwood

  1. Cottonwood is a rapid growing tree and becomes very large with age.
  2. A cottonwood is a soft wood and so appealing to beaver, they demolished several of the large specimens in Whittier Park in St. Boniface some years ago.
  3. Cottonwood is a stagecoach town founded in 1882.
  4. Cottonwood is a trading center for the Verde Valley. (Web site)
  5. Cottonwood is a translation of Waraju, the Dakota name for the river, reflecting the abundance of the tree on its banks.

Cycads

  1. Cycads are a group of seed plants characterized by a large crown of compound leaves and a stout trunk. (Web site)
  2. Cycads are an ancient group of seed plants characterized by a large crown of compound leaves and a stout trunk. (Web site)
  3. Cycads are an old lineage.
  4. Cycads are considered to be “living fossils,” that is, they are primitive plants that were a dominant form of plant life during the dinosaur era.
  5. Cycads are dioecious, with separate male and female individuals. (Web site)

Hickory

  1. Hickory is the hardest, heaviest and strongest American wood in common use.
  2. Hickory is a hard and close-grained wood, with solar energies similar to Oak. (Web site)
  3. Hickory is the hardest, heaviest and strongest American wood in the common use.
  4. Hickory is used as a food plant by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species. (Web site)

Illicium

  1. Illicium is a genus of flowering plants containing 42 species of evergreen shrubs and small trees, and is the sole genus in family Illiciaceae.
  2. Illicium is also a term for the modified first dorsal fin ray of angler fish es, used to attract prey.
  3. Illicium is also a term for the modified first dorsal fin ray of angler fishes, used to atract prey.
  4. Illicium is also a term for the modified first dorsal fin ray of angler fishes, used to attract prey. (Web site)

Magnolia

  1. Magnolia is a genus which has attracted a lot of horticultural interest.
  2. Magnolia is a large genus of about 120 flowering plant species in the subfamily Magnolioideae of the family Magnoliaceae. (Web site)
  3. Magnolia is a large genus of about 210 The number of species in the genus Magnolia depends on the taxonomic view that one takes up.
  4. Magnolia is a large genus of about 210 flowering plant species. (Web site)
  5. Magnolia is a large genus of about 210<ref The number of species in the genus Magnolia depends on the taxonomic view that one takes up.

Mariposa Grove

  1. Mariposa Grove is a sequoia grove located near Wawona, California in the southernmost part of Yosemite National Park, at .
  2. Mariposa Grove is a must see.
  3. The Mariposa Grove is a great place to see the Giant Sequoias.
  4. The Mariposa Grove was first visited by non-natives in 1857 when Galen Clark and Milton Mann found it.
  5. The Mariposa Grove was probably first seen by non-Indians in 1870. (Web site)

Neem

  1. NEEM - A botanical insecticide that is nontoxic. (Web site)
  2. Neem is a fast growing tree that can reach a height of 15-20 m, rarely to 35-40 m.
  3. Neem is a fast-growing tree that can reach a height of 15-20 m (about 50-65 feet), rarely to 35-40 m (115-131 ft.). (Web site)
  4. Neem is a generally accepted in the Ayurvedic medical tradition as a therapy for ulcers and gastric discomfort.
  5. Neem is a healing herb that is famous for its wound healing properties.

Pouteria

  1. Pouteria is a genus of the family Sapotaceae. (Web site)
  2. Pouteria is a genus of tropical fruit trees belonging to the family Sapotaceae.
  3. Pouteria is a genus related to Manilkara, another genus that produces hard and heavy woods (such as bulletwood) much used in heavy, outdoors construction.
  4. Pouteria is a tree with milky sap and an edible pulp that is made into marmalade, jelly, sherberts, and ice cream.
  5. Pouteria is a wastebasket taxon, and its size is continually being expanded or decreased.

Softwood

  1. Softwood - One of the botanical group of trees that generally have needle or scalelike leaves-the conifers. (Web site)
  2. A softwood is a needle-bearing conifer and a hardwood is a broadleaf deciduous tree.
  3. Softwood is a generic term used in woodworking and the lumber industries for wood from conifers (needle-bearing trees).
  4. Softwood is a generic term used in woodworking and the lumber industries for wood from conifers. (Web site)
  5. Softwood is a term used to describe trees like pine, fir, and cedar.

Tree Climbing

  1. Tree climbing is a favorite pastime for many children, but by adulthood most people have usually outgrow the urge.
  2. Tree climbing is a good way to exercise and experience nature with a whole new perspective: from the top of a tree. (Web site)
  3. Tree climbing is a sport which rewards teamwork and cooperation.
  4. Tree climbing is an activity for enjoyment.

Willow

  1. The Willow is the tree of enchantment. (Web site)
  2. The Willow was sacred to Hecate, Circe, Hera, and Persephone, all death aspects of the Triple Moon Goddess, and was often used by the Witches in Greece. (Web site)
  3. Willow is a full-featured Z39.50 client.
  4. Willow is a tree of emotion, love, intuition, and poetic inspiration. (Web site)
  5. Willow is used as core wood for laminated furniture (esp. (Web site)

Trees

  1. The trees are all over that temple, pretty crazy stuff.
  2. The trees are also a food source for koalas so I suppose there is a chance the scratches are their doing.
  3. The trees are at least 300 years old, white oaks, birches, maples. (Web site)
  4. The trees are being called Wollemi Pine.
  5. The trees are better pruned to keep their size down if you want easy access. (Web site)

Abiu

  1. The abiu is a denizen of the headwaters of the Amazon. (Web site)
  2. The abiu is a small evergreen fruit tree native to South America. (Web site)

Aextoxicon

  1. Aextoxicon punctatum is a tree native to southern Chile, commonly known as the Olivillo or Aceitunillo. (Web site)
  2. It is the sole species of genus Aextoxicon and family Aextoxicaceae. (Web site)

Alzatea

  1. The closest relatives of Alzatea are the families Penaeaceae, Oliniaceae, Rhynchocalycaceae of southern Africa.
  2. Elfin Forest is found along the Main Crater-Botos Lake trail; the main species are pitch apple, ardisia compressa, and Alzatea verticillata. (Web site)

Andira Inermis

  1. Andira inermis is a tree native to Mexico and northern South. (Web site)

Angsana

  1. The Angsana is a statuesque tree found in the tropical rainforest of Asia. (Web site)
  2. The angsana is a tree.

Ashoka Tree

  1. The Ashoka Tree is a flowering tree considered sacred throughout India and Sri Lanka where it is found. (Web site)
  2. The Ashoka tree is a flowering tree found in India and Sri Lanka. (Web site)

Ash Tree

  1. Ash Tree is a static world item that is used for Gathering.

Aspidosperma Quebracho-Blanco

  1. The Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco is an important sclerophyllous evergreen species of the Argentine Chaco. (Web site)

Bauhinia

  1. Bauhinia is a genus in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae of the large flowering plant family Fabaceae. (Web site)
  2. Bauhinia is a genus of tropical trees, shrubs and some vines (Bauhinia galpinii) which belong to the Fabaceae or Bean Family.
  3. There are many species of Bauhinia.

Bauhinia Variegata

  1. Bauhinia variegata is a medium-sized, deciduous tree with variously colored flowers.
  2. Bauhinia variegata is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to southeastern Asia, from southern China west to India. (Web site)

Black Ironwood

  1. Black Ironwood is a slow growing able to adapt to a wide range of growing conditions. (Web site)

Bocote

  1. Bocote is a Spanish name used in Central America for several species of Cordia.
  2. Bocote is a Spanish name used in Central America for several tree species in the genus Cordia.
  3. Bocote is a beautiful wood from Mexico and Central America that has an intriguing random pattern--like the fur coat of a wild animal. (Web site)
  4. Bocote is a beautiful wood that comes from Mexico, it polishes nicely and is excellent for finger boards, and decorative enhancements. (Web site)
  5. Bocote is a beautiful wood, with varying col-. (Web site)

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