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  • There’s this really vigorous walnut tree that always beats the rest to flowering and leafing. And it’s always the greenest tree around during the summer too.It’s waking up along with the rest of the walnuts due to this warm winter spell. They just shed their leaves a month ago!

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  • This huge, old and very beautiful Pterocarya x rehderiana is located at the historic botanical garden in Barcelona, at Montjuïc. It sure could tell a lot of stories. Pics taken in May 2017. #pterocaryaxrhederiana #juglandaceae #noguera #wingnuts #flügelnuss #walnussbaum #awesome #urbannature #urbantrees #barcelona #trees ofbarcelona #trees #botanicalgarden #historic #jardíbotànichistòric

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  • Carya ovata, Juglandaceae, Shagbark Hickory. Note the shaggy bark that peels from the top and bottom and the stout, tomentose buds. #carya ovata #carya #juglandaceae #ShagbarkHickory #diversity #treeidentification #lakeforestcollege #lfc #es224

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  • Dramatic sky this morning behind our Juglans nigra #oxfordbotanicgarden #obgha #juglansnigra #juglandaceae #blackwalnut #frostymorning

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  • A fine old Walnut tree stands in a front paddock of the Moloney farm in Boorcan Road, Boorcan. Believed to date from the original Soldier Settlement of the Marida Yallock Subdivision in 1947. #soldiersettlement #walnut #juglandaceae #boorcan #maridayallock #corangamitetrees #trees @nationaltrustvic @nurtureinnature

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  • Platycarya strobilacea #juglandaceae #atkew #botanicgarden #botanicalgardens #winter #seedhead

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  • Carya illinoinensis, Pecan tree, from North America. This one is growing within the swimming pool enclosure in Terang’s park. There would need to be another tree for pollination to produce nuts. Listed on the National Trust (Vic) Register of Significant Trees. #carya #pecantree #juglandaceae #corangamitetrees #trees #terang @nationaltrustvic

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  • Nature’s Art: Bitternut Hickory leaf with snow ❄️ #naturephotography #ontarioparks #charlestonlake #charlestonlake provincialpark #botany #botanize #bitternuthickory #caryacordiformis #juglandaceae #winterphotography #outdoorsontario #discoverontario #sharecangeo

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  • Walnuts are germinating at work and at school! I was so worried they were harvested too early in the year but patience is key when working with them. These walnuts are tagged with soil type, walnut size, and walnut type. It appears that the medium sized walnuts (3/4”-ish diameter) has best germination. Soil didn’t seem to matter. Only one big walnut (>1”) germinated so far and a handful of smaller nuts too. It was also observed that they grew moldy during the cold stratification period but don’t be discouraged! They can still make it. But if you are scared of losses, you can peel the hull off before sowing.

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  • Ohio is home to a handful of hickory (Carya) species that occur in a wide variety of habitats. Here are the winter twigs of five species arranged from left-right in order of where you're most likely to find them in aspect of slope here in southeast Ohio. Shellbark or kingnut hickory (C. laciniosa) loves bottom lands and rich, moist soil; bitternut (C. cordiformis) likewise occurs in bottomlands and lower-mid mesic slopes; pignut (C. glabra) occurs in more dry-mesic situations; mockernut (C. tomentosa) sticks to the higher and drier slopes/ridge tops; and finally shagbark (C. ovata) can occur just about anywhere but seems to like and dominate the higher, drier slopes and ridge tops best. There are obviously exceptions to any rule and trees don't read the books but I've found the aforementioned suggestions hold true in my area. Additionally, there's another species (or variety depending on who you talk to) of pignut known as the sweet or red hickory (C. ovalis). Pecan (C. illinoinensis) isn't considered indigenous to Ohio but is native to nearby southeast Indiana. #nature #nature gram #nature Photography #nature lovers #ignature #instatrees #instabotany #instanature #trees #dendrology #twigs #winter #hickory #carya #juglandaceae #pignut #shagbark #bitternut #mockernut #botany #botanizing #Ohio #ohionature #ohiobotany #ohiotrees #TheBuckeyeBotanist #algibson

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  • Грецкий орех родом из Средней Азии. К нам он попал больше 1000 лет назад, завезли его торговцы из Греции старинным торговым путем «из варяг в греки», поэтому и получило дерево такое название. Как только не величали грецкий орех – пищей богатырей, деревом жизни, желудем богов. И на это есть причины: ядрышки орехов не только полезны, но и великолепны на вкус.  Да и другие части растения будут полезны: например, листья используют в медицинских целях, а древесина ореха считается очень ценной породой дерева. #грецкийорех #деревожизни #juglandaceae #природалучшийхудожник

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  • A chambered pith characteristic of Juglans spp. This particular twig belongs to a Juglans nigra (Black Walnut) tree. This tree is allelopathic and produces a toxic compound called Juglone in all parts of the plant. Juglans is toxic or growth-stunting to many types of plants. Keep this in mind when planting neighboring plants by this tree. #juglandaceae

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  • And we return to the #barkoftheweek #barkoftree here is #caryaillinoinensis bark in the #juglandaceae — the #walnut walnut family commonly known as #peacan This tree is one of the most valuable cultivated plants originating in North America. In its native range it likes to grow in wooded bottomlands and stream banks, it’s widely dispersed in North America and extends into Mexico as well as cultivated in many countries around the world. Also, the state tree of Texas. Pecans are “considered as [the] ‘Queen of Nuts’ because of its value both as wild and as cultivated nut. It has a good nutritional value as well as antioxidant, antidabetic, antimicrobial, anticancer properties. It is also effective against high cholesterol levels and against tuberculosis.” The #leaves and bark are the components of the tree most utilized in #medicinal applications, although oil from the #seed kernels also used in cosmetics and some drugs. It’s #wood is utilized in a number of furniture and #agricultural implements and the #husk (nut shell) are used as fuel, mulches, and soil conditioners and other things. Can be ground into a flour and used as fillers in plastic wood, adhesives, and dynamite. Interestingly, studies have shown that the #nutshell has potential to remove metallic ions such as copper oxide, manganese oxide and lead nitrate from aqueous solutions. Plus you get #pecanpie 🥧 #medicinal plants #herbalism #treesofnorthamerica #ethnobotany

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  • Looking up to a nice shellbark hickory (Carya laciniosa). If I had to pick a favorite hickory species, this would probably be it. It can easily be confused with shagbark hickory (Carya ovata). The easiest way to identify it in the summer is by it having mostly 7 leaflets per leaf as opposed to Carya ovata having mostly 5. In the winter it is a bit more tough. The twigs are usually more stout and the bark isn't as "shaggy." Also, the shape of the husk can help but I find it hard to describe. Anyway, the shellbark hickory always stands out in the forest in the dormant season when it's bark is so unique among other trees. #dendrology #carya #juglandaceae #trees #Ihavethisthingwithtrees #nature #indiana #indiana polis

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