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Some trees in our school by cat group

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Here are examples of trees in our school.

Here are examples of trees in our school.

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    • Some Trees in our School
    • Podocarpaceae
      • Podocarpaceae is a large family of mainly Southern Hemisphere conifers, comprising about 156 species of evergreen trees and shrubs.It contains 19 genera if Phyllocladus is included and if Manoao and Sundacarpus are recognized The family is a classic member of the Antarctic flora, with its main centres of diversity in Australasia, particularly New Caledonia, Tasmania and New Zealand, and to a slightly lesser extent Malesia and South America (primarily in the Andes mountains). Several genera extend north of the equator into Indo-China and the Philippines.Podocarpus reaches as far north as southern Japan and southern China in Asia, and Mexico in the Americas, and Nageia into southern China and southern India. Two genera also occur in sub-Saharan Africa, the widespread Podocarpus and the endemic Afrocarpus.
      • We have some conifers in front of the second school building. Thanakorn Jarassaowaphak
    • Rose
      •   Roses in my school are planted in front of long building.
      •   A rose is a woody perennial of the genus Rosa, within the family Rosaceae. There are over 100 species. They form a group of erect shrubs, and climbing or trailing plants, with stems that are often armed with sharp prickles. Flowers are large and showy, in colours ranging from white through yellows and reds. Most species are native to Asia, with smaller numbers native to Europe, North America, and northwest Africa. Species, cultivars and hybrids are all widely grown for their beauty and fragrance. Rose plants range in size from compact, miniature roses, to climbers that can reach 7 meters in height. Different species hybridize easily, and this has been used in the development of the wide range of garden roses. Pattarakon Tanasombutkul
    • Ma Kaa
      • Ma Kaa is wood that originally contained a large number of forests in Thailand. Ma kaa is wood that has a large tree. Therefore, it is commonly used to make wood flooring. It has a large wooden floor. The use of Ma Kaa wood furniture such as sofas, dining table, large. Ma kaa wood without a single sheet of wood. Ma kaa is very durable, can be used as components in a timber and be outdoors as well. Ma Kaa part is commonly used to make musical instruments like drums and tones in addition to making furniture, as mentioned above. You can also use wood, rubber and leather Ma kaa.
      • We have one Ma Kaa tree in front of the fifth building. It is a rare tree. Lerphong Leklerphong
    • Rose Apple
      • Origin : South east Asia
      • Flowers : : A showy terminal inflorescence, usually with four whitish-green flowers on the outside of the crown.
      • Leaves : Leaves are long and glossy.
      • Height : Growth as a shrub or as a medium sized tree. 7 to 12 meter
      • Type of soil : Prefers deep loamy soil. But can tolerate sand or limestone with very little organic matter. Propagation : Usually grown from seed.
      • Insect pests : Few insect problems. Aphids.
      • We have one rose apple tree near the school gate.
      • Patthanachai Amornpruekchai
    • Ebony
      • Ebony is any very dense black wood, most commonly yielded by several species in the genus Diospyros, but may also refer to other heavy, black (or dark colored) woods from unrelated species. Ebony has a very high density and will sink in water. Its fine texture, and very smooth finish when polished, have made it very valuable as an ornamental wood.
      • Species of ebony include Diospyros ebenum (Ceylon ebony), native to southern India and Sri Lanka; Diospyros crassiflora (Gaboon ebony), native to western Africa; and Diospyros celebica (Macassar ebony), native to Indonesia and prized for its luxuriant, multi-colored wood grain. The Mauritius ebony, Diospyros tesselaria, was largely exploited by the Dutch in the 17th century.
      • Some species in the genus Diospyros yield so-called striped ebony, with similar physical properties, which is not evenly black, but striped.
      • We have ebony in front of the long building. Prin Samalapa
    • Vitex glabrata R. Br.
      • Vitex glabrata R. Br. is in the same family as teak and lantana . In Thailand, we call “Khainao” which means “rotten egg”, so we aren’t favor to have this tree in our home. You can find this tree at evergreen forest. The tree is 15-20 meter tall. It’s has compound leaves that have 5 dark green leaflets. Their flowers are purple. Their fruit’s shape is oval. When their fruits ripe, they will turn into black and purple. Suppose that “Khainao” must come from the color and appearance of the tree. You can eat when it has already ripe, but it tastes Ian sweet. Vitex glabrata R. Br. is reproduced by its seed. Tree’s wood is very strong. It uses to make various furniture. Tree’s shuck tastes acerbity, so we eat the shuck to reduce diarrhea, dysentery, and fever.
      • We have some wild trees like this in front of the fifth school building.
      • Jakrapong Vongsaengnak