Bark 02

As the poet said, “only God can make a tree”

— probably because it’s so hard to figure out how to get the bark on. Woody Allen

 

Ceiling Wax Palm, Singapore

 

Ceiling Wax Palm, Singapore

Southern Prickly Ash, also called Toothache Tree, northern Texas Southern Prickly Ash, very similar to the tropical Bombax cieba Hercules Club: Zanthoxylum clava-herculis, Pepperwood, Coppell, TX Hackberry, northern Texas Southern Prickly Ash,  has similarities and is growing next to Hackberry, Coppell, TX
Ponderosa Pine, Yosemite Natl Park, California Ponderosa Pine, Yosemite Natl Park, California Arbutus, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada Arbutus, Vancouver Island, BC Planetree, Seattle, Washington
Crape Myrtle, Lewisville, Texas Crape Myrtle, Lewisville, TX Shaggybark Eucalyptus, Adelaide, Australia California Eucalyptus, SantaCruz CA Mexican Pine, Sierra Madres Mountains, Mexico
Fan Palm, Chapala, Mexico  Yukka, Needles, California PalmAjijic, Mexico Yukka species, Sidney, BC Palm fibres, Dallas, TX
American Sycamore, Dallas, TX Sycamore, Coppell, Texas Sycamore and seed drupes, Coppell, Texas Sycamore, western Kansas Sycamore, Raleigh, North Carolina
Large Leaf Maple, Salt Spring Island, BC Magnolia, Raleigh, NC Magnolia, Rocky Mount, NC Palo Verde, Two Guns, California Green Palo Verde, Two Guns, CA
Nutmeg, Yosemite Natl Park, California Nutmeg, Yosemite Natl Park, California Pecan Knot, Dallas, Texas Pecan, Childress, Texas Whitebark Pine, Gillette, Wyoming
Sap, dead tree, Grand Canyon, AZ Tropical, Costa Rica, could be Bombax cieba, needs +ID Bamboo, Fort Worth, Texas Shagbark Hickory, southern Ohio Shagbark Hickory, southern Ohio

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