Seeds, Pods and Cones

 

“I like trees because they seem more resigned to the way they have to live than other things do.”

Willa Cather, American Author (1873-1947)

 
Mexican Pine cone silhouette, Sierra Madres Mountains, Mexico

Mexican Pine cone silhouette, Sierra Madre Mountains, Mexico

 

Hornbeam, Asheville, North Carolina American Elm keys, Coppell, TX mid-March Foothills Pine cone, California Foothills Pine cone, Yosemite National Park, CA Laurel, San Francisco, California
Oaxaca pine cone, Sierra Madres Mountains, Mexico Douglas Fir cones, Salt Spring Island, BC Pine cones, Adelaide, Australia Spruce, White Pine and Fir Cones, Andrew Haydon Park, Ottawa ON Canada Spruce, White Pine and Fir Cones, Andrew Haydon Park, Ottawa ON Canada
American Elm keys, Edmonton, Alberta American Elm, early March, Coppell, TX Ash keys, early March in Coppell, Texas Jacaranda seed pods, about 2 inches across - Chapala, Mexico Daphne seeds in pods, Guadalahara, Mexico
Large pods of the Flamboyant tree, about 14 inches / 195 cm long - Chapala, Mexico Flamboyant tree seed pods, Chapala, Mexico Sweetgum seed capsule, Irving, Texas Sycamore drupe, January, Coppell, TX Sweetgum seed capsules, Bakersfield, California
Port Orford cedar cones, Santa Cruz, California Norway Spruce cones, Kingston ON Canada Norway Spruce cones, Kingston ON Canada Foothills Pine cones, California Longleaf pine cones, Bodie's Lighthouse, North Carolina
Bigleaf Maple keys, Yosemite National Forest, California Eucalyptus, Santa Cruz, CA Sycamore drupes - Coppell, Texas in January Silver Birch, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Catalpa legumes, Dallas, TX
Spruce, White Pine and Fir Cones, Andrew Haydon Park, Ottawa ON Canada Jack pine, western Wyoming Ponderosa Pine cone, Mariposa Grove, King's Canyon National Park, California Ponderosa Pine cone, Sequoia and Redwood forest, Mariposa Grove, King's Canyon National Park, California Ponderosa Pine cones in charred forest, Mariposa Grove, King's Canyon National Park, California
         

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