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    Some trees in our school by Team Fox Some trees in our school by Team Fox Presentation Transcript

    • Some Trees in our School By Team Fox Suankularb Wittayalai School
      • The foxtail palm tree is known to botanists around the world as Wodyetia bifurcata. These Northern Australian trees are very exotic and are therefore becoming increasing popular around the world.
      The foxtail palm
      • Fern is shortly bush, it is open bush, has a small size, scientific name call Pteridophyta. It has a beautiful leaflet.
      Fern
      • Oyster plant is tall herbaceous plant 20-45 cm tall big plump bud leaves around a clump of leaves are stacked to form a band around the tip of the spear sharp edges, leaves behind a smooth green leaves.
      Oyster plant
      • This is Cycas in my school that calls “Prong”. Cycas is the type genus and the only genus currently recognised in the cycad family Cycadaceae. About 95 species are currently accepted.
      Cycas
      • I will advise the Ixora or West Indian Jasmine. In Thailand call it “Khem”. The plants possess leathery leaves, ranging from 3 to 6 inches in length, and produce large clusters of tiny flowers in the summer.
      Ixora
      • Papaya fruit is one of about 5-10 meters high, is native to Central America. Was introduced into Thailand in the Ayutthaya period. Raw green. When cooked, the meat will have yellow to orange. Popular to be eaten both fresh and cooked foods such as green papaya salad, etc., or to be processed into other products.
      Papaya
      • In this picture is a Cycad which is beside the123-year building. I just saw it 2 or 3 days ago. It has around 50 centimeters of height. We have 10 to 15 Cycads beside that building.
      Cycad
      • Syzygium  is a genus of flowering plants that belongs to the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. The genus comprises about 1100 species, and has a native range that extends from Africa and Madagascar through southern Asia east through the Pacific.
      Syzygium
      • Save trees for the world
      • Please save our trees.
      • To make the world green.
      • Don’t destroy them around.
      • Don’t cut them all down.
      • Please set all trees free,
      • To save both you and me.
    • For our Green School Project
      • We wish more trees
      • To make more green.
      • They make the world clean.
      • Live Green! Like Green!
      • We love our Green School!
      We wish many more trees To keep school more green. To make up the world clean. Living in green is so cool, So we love our green school!
    • End of Presentation
      • Thank you for your attention!
      • From Team Fox!