* They are commonly served raw and peeled. * The average yield from wild trees in the Himalayas is 83kg per year, though some trees yield up to 200kg. * The fruit contains about 4.9% sugars, 3.2% protein, 0.9% pectin.
* This tree is native to the Caucasus region where it is nearly threatened by habitat loss and cutting for firewood. The leaves become smooth with age and prickles less evident. They are sometimes used in the production of schnapps.
* A shrub or small tree with bright green compound leaves; yellow-white flowers in 4-6" flat-topped clusters, followed by quantities of dark blue-black berries used in jelly, pie, and wine; native to Pacific Northwest.
Plant two for pollination. Bright golden foliage with rose-pink blossoms all summer! Huge, sweet nuts average 11-15 nuts per pound! Colossal produces exceptionally high yields of delicious nuts and is the standard against which other chestnuts are measured.
It also has more intense fall color, glossier leaves and more abundant fruit production. * This red chokeberry cultivar is a deciduous shrub which typically grows slowly to 6-8' tall and is perhaps most noted for its attractive glossy red berries and...
* The ripe fruit is chewed for its acidity. * A Southeast U.S. native, small understory tree with a broad, rounded crown or a large shrub. * Synonymous with Halesia tetraptera (tetraptera meaning four-winged).
It grows in dry upland habitats, including open woodlands, alvars, and sandy near-shore habitats. In Canada, dwarf hackberry is designated as threatened and protected under Canada's Species at Risk Act.
* The Common Medlar (' Mespilus germanica', Turkish : toengel) is a large shrub or small tree , and the name of the fruit of this tree. * A flowering, fruit-producing tree, member of the rose family; flowers resemble those of hawthorn, white or light...
* The Manchurian walnut ( Juglans mandshurica Maxim. It grows to about 25 m. * Nuts about 2" ) is a deciduous tree of the genus Juglans (section Cardiocaryon ), native to the Eastern Asiatic Region ( China , Russian Far East , North Korea and South Korea...
Plant two or more for corss-pollination. A truly outstanding variety, this hardy Kelly strain is a rapid grower and should bear in 5-7 years. Grows 25-40 feet tall. Extremely hardy, down to 20 degrees below zero! A truly beautiful lawn tree with attractive,...
The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. The broad elliptical to elongated oval leaves taper to a point, are approx. These have lighter lenticels and remain on the tree until January.
* The plant is high in certain antioxidants. * Used as understock for hybrid tea roses. * The dried leaves are used as a tea substitute. The syrup is used as a nutritional supplement, especially for babies.
* Amelanchier ovalis , commonly known as Snowy Mespilus , is a serviceberry shrub. * Wood - fine grained, hard, very heavy, reddish. Used for small articles. Its pome fruits are edible and can be eaten raw or cooked.
It is widely cultivated throughout Armenia , Azerbaijan , Iran , Afghanistan , Pakistan , Turkey , India , the drier parts of southeast Asia , Indonesia , peninsular Malaysia , the Mediterranean and Southern Europe and tropical Africa .
* The fruit is eaten raw or dried for later use. * Paliurus spina-christi , commonly known as Jerusalem Thorn , Garland Thorn , Christ's Thorn , or Crown of Thorns , is a species of Paliurus native to the Mediterranean region and southwest and central...
* Rubus odoratus ( Purple-flowering Raspberry , Flowering Raspberry , or Virginia raspberry ) is a species of Rubus , native to eastern North America , from Nova Scotia west to Ontario , and south to Georgia and Alabama .
Height: 6-8 feet
Common Name: Purple-flowering Raspberry, Purpleflowering Raspberry
* The fruit is rich in iron and copper. * Amelanchier spicata, also referred to as the thicket shadbush, low juneberry, dwarf serviceberry, or low serviceberry (historically also called "pigeon berry"), is a species of serviceberry that has edible fruit,...
It grows in well-drained, loamy or sandy soils. South to the ?sumi Peninsula in Ky?sh? It grows in large stands from sea level up to 1400 metres but in the south-west of its range it is restricted to mountainous areas and occurs in small, isolated populations.
Height: 100 feet
Common Name: Japanese Beech, Siebold's Beech, Buna
* Sorbus torminalis ( syn. * White flowers in May in loose clusters to 4", followed by 1/2" brown fruits, edible when overripe, formerly used in medicine; leaves resemble maple leaves; round, sometimes irregular crown; native to Europe, North Africa,...
* Cinnamomum camphora (commonly known as Camphor tree , Camphorwood or camphor laurel ) is a large evergreen tree that grows up to 20–30 metres tall. It has occasionally been used internally in the treatment of hysteria, but in modern day herbalism...