Trees of East Texas by Robert A. Vines Austin: University of Texas Press has detailed descriptions of trees with very good pen and ink drawings. It has a dichotomous key only to the genus Crataegous hawthorns. It is out-of-print but there are affordable used copies available and perhaps it is available in your local library.
Adventure Publications with color photos and arranged by the type of leaf type its attachment to the tree. Cox and Patty Leslie new ed. This plant comes up every year and looks like something tropical. Plant identification August 24, - I have searched through all the plant identifications and can not find the one I am looking for.
I live 6o miles South of Rochester, NY. In my woods, I found 2 plants, that are no where else in the Identity of milkweed vine with smooth seedpod November 23, - I believe the vine I am curious about may be Matelea reticulata.
However, most of the pictures I have seen of that vine show bumps on the exterior of the seed pod, and the pod I have is green and smo Ground cover plant that tastes like cucumbers December 18, - It is a native ground cover plant that is edible and tastes like cucumbers.
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Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information This descriptive handbook helps you identify the more than trees considered to be native to Texas, plus the 30 species that have become naturalized. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. This is a very good nontechnical treatment of the trees of Texas and is recommended for its readable content The range maps are also very useful Show More Show Less.
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