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Abies procera seed

Beautiful large tree. Leaves 2.5-3.5cm long, bluish-green above, crowd uppers sides of banchlets, pectinate and decurved below. Magnificant cylindrical cones 16-25cm long.Grown for Christmas trees usually. ...

Abies nordmanniana seed

Native to the Caucasus Mountains, Caucasian fir is a dense, pyramidal conifer that typically grows 35-50 metres tall and 5 metre wide in cultivation. Trees are typically branched to the ground. Branches are densely clad with flattened, glossy dark gr...

Acer saccharum seed

Acer Saccharum- Sugar Maple-Maple syrup! Rapid growth. Height up to 25-25 m. Ten year old tree is about 16ft tall. Leaves are beautiful in autumn/fall from bright yellow to flourescent red -orange. Their colour can be attractively uneven in fall. Tol...

Kentucky coffeetree seed

Kentucky Coffeetree Gymnocladus dioicus Kentucky coffeetree is a unique tree with large, woody pods and very large leaves made up of smaller leaflets. Its common name refers to the use of the pods by early settlers as a coffee substitute. With its bo...

Quercus coccinea seed

Fruit: Acorns are 1/2 to 1 inch long, with the cap covering 1/2 of the nut, cap scales are shiny, somewhat resembling a varnished black oak cap, scales on edges of cap generally not loose; the tip of the acorn may have concentric rings or fine cracks...

Carya illinoinensis seed

seed name: Pecan(Carya illinoinensis) Seed description: large, brown with dark marbling, oblong Season: spring, summer, fall Height: 60′ to 100′ Bloom season: late spring and summer Growing conditions: best in full sun Planting conditions...

Carya glabra seed

Edible parts of Pignut: seed – raw or cooked. Very variable in quality, some are sweet and pleasant whilst others are bitter and astringent. In general it is inferior to other hickories. The nut is rather small, has a very thick shell and conta...

Prunus padus seed

Prunus padus ‘Bird Cherry’ Rosaceae: A small deciduous tree to 17m. Found in limestone areas, by streams and in damp woods and hedgerows. The white flowers open the after the leaves and grow into spikes some 15cm long, appearing in May. T...