Classification project kevin gomez

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  • Classification project kevin gomez

    1. 1. Classification Project By:Juan Martinez, Kevin Gomez pd.7
    2. 2. European Larch - Larix decidua Can Grow up to 15-50m tall The needles turn yellow and fall in the late autumn, leaving the trees leafless through the winter. Larch cones are erect, small, 1-9 cm long, green or purple, ripening brown 5-8 months after pollination There are 10-14 species Larch is a wood valued for its tough, waterproof, and durable qualities
    3. 3. Osage Orange - Maclura pomifera It grows to about 40 to 60 feet. The circumference of the bark is about 4 to 7 feet. The their life span of this shrub is about 75 years They can produce fruit after 8 to 12 years. The wood and the bark is hard and strong and can be shaped easily.
    4. 4. Oaks (Quercus) Oak trees are native to Europe, Asia, North America and South America. The many different species of oak are distinguished by their size, their leaves and the rate at which they grow. The tress oaks produce characteristic acorns which are the easiest way to identify them in nature. Oak trees are generally hearty and can be grown in a variety of climates. They are found throughout various cultures as important symbols.
    5. 5. Honey (Locust) Honey locust trees have a dark brown bark that becomes scaly at maturity. The seedpods are brown-purple in color and are flat like snow peas. Thorns on this tree are very large, with three points in a purple-brown color. Animals such as squirrels, rabbits, deer and birds enjoy the honey locust seedpods. The tree trunk will reach 3 feet in diameter.
    6. 6. Pyrus (Apple and pear) The botanical name for a popular group of deciduous trees and shrubs greatly valued for their beauty and their delicious fruit, known as Pears. Pe a r s w i l l n ot s urvive where temperatures fall lower than -20º F. Pears are susceptible to fire blight (more so with the fruit trees than with those grown for ornament) A fruit tree of genus pyrus Name of the tree's edible pomaceous fruit

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