Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Woody ID Study Post

Cladrastis kentukea clipping, P.Park 5/17. Now there are dangling pea pods.

Vibernum plicatum 'tomentosum' in bloom by the rock garden (April 30th).

Our native Magnolia virginia, about to bust out some seeds.

and with berry-like seeds by Rose garden shed.

Is there any need to study this one at all? It's unforgettable, Lagerstroemia indica.

Zigzag branching and heart-shaped leaves of Cercis canadensis.

Acer griseum telltale bark.

Davidia involucrata's long petioles.

Stewartia psuedocamellia, minus the pretty bark.

Oxydenrum arboreum, dangling dead man's fingers and all, a reminder of the recently blooming urn-shaped flowers.

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