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  • #46779
    Cassel
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    • 1306
    • Superfan

    In September, our monthly theme is Trees.

    Based on the alphabet, can you think of types of trees, parts of trees, etc? With the number of trees that exist, I am pretty sure we can go through the alphabet in no time!

    Let’s go!

    Because I want more people to jump in the game, I will ask to NOT post two consecutive answers (unless there is a 24 hour period without answer since it could mean we are stuck)

    (remember: only ONE answer per letter, to give us more options for seconds if we get to that point)

    #46781
    libera
    Participant
    • 638
    • Enthusiast

    A = Acacia

    #46798
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    B = beech

    #46799
    Corrie Kinkel
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    • 103
    • Junior

    C = Cedar

    #46804
    libera
    Participant
    • 638
    • Enthusiast

    D = Dragon tree

    #46806
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    E = Elm

     

    #46817
    Ann Seeber
    Participant
    • 69
    • Junior

    F = Fig tree

    #46818
    libera
    Participant
    • 638
    • Enthusiast

    G = Giant Sequoia

    #46819
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 668
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    H = hickory

    #46845
    Corrie Kinkel
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    • 103
    • Junior

    I = Irontree, a subspecies of the olivtree and the nickname of a tree discovered in 1896 in Pennsylvania. It also is the name of a tree in the Starwars series.

    #46848
    libera
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    • 638
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    J = Juniper Tree

    #46849
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    K =Kentucky Coffee Tree

    #46851
    Jan Wilson
    Participant
    • 50
    • Junior

    L= Lemon Tree

    #46855
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 668
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    M = magnolia

    Beautiful tree, makes a mess but I love them.

    #46898
    Mary Klepac
    Participant
    • 15
    • Rookie

    Northern Red Oak

    #46899
    Ann Seeber
    Participant
    • 69
    • Junior

    O = Olive Tree

    #46903
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 103
    • Junior

    P = Palm Tree

    #46909
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    Q = queen palm

    #46961
    fiona cook
    Participant
    • 15
    • Rookie

    R=Rowan

    #46994
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 103
    • Junior

    S = Spruce,

    #47000
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    T = tulip poplar

    #47012
    Michele
    Participant
    • 889
    • Superfan

    U = Umbrella Tree ~ I admit I had to use google

     

    #47019
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    V = Virginia live oak

    #47020
    sandra jones
    Participant
    • 43
    • Rookie

    W= Weeping Willow

    #47023
    libera
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    • 638
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    X = Xylosma (also called brushholly)

    #47024
    Anne Lamp
    Participant
    • 2
    • Rookie

    Yellow.  Since it is getting close to the fall leaf turning time. There are so many beautiful colors then including the yellow leaves of the Sugar Maple.

     

    #47029
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    Yes, I used Google.

    Z = Zamia Furfuracea

    From southeastern coastal Mexico.
    To 3 feet high, 6 feet wide.
    Short, sometimes subterranean stem.
    Fronds to 3 feet long, usually much less; have as many as 12 pairs (usually fewer) of extremely stiff, leathery, dark green segments to 412 inches long, 1 12 inches wide.
    Segments may have a few teeth toward the tip.
    Best in a fairly sunny spot, but with protection from hottest midday sun.

    They are slow growing and costly, but with good care will last for many years, both indoors and out. Short trunks (may be completely or partially beneath soil level) are usually marked with scars from old leaf bases. Trunks are topped with circular crowns of leaves that resemble stiff fern fronds or small palm fronds.

     

    #47035
    Corrie Kinkel
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    • 103
    • Junior

    A = Alder Tree

    #47043
    libera
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    • 638
    • Enthusiast

    B = Baobab (mainly to be found in Africa, native in Madagascar)

    #47044
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 668
    • Enthusiast

    C = Cherry tree

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