Rose Canyon has many plants but I am going to tell you about three interesting trees in Rose Canyon. We have the Sycamore Tree, Weeping Willow Tree (Willow Tree), and Coast Live Oak Tree in Rose Canyon. Now let’s learn about the height and structure of the three different trees.
Sycamore Trees has a lot of description and great facts. The fruit on the Sycamore Tree are called Achenes. You can tell that you are looking at a Sycamore Trees by their leaves. The leaves have fuzz on the bottom of the leaves. The leave color is olive green. Did you know that the Sycamore Tree is part of the plain tree family? Well it is. The tree can reach up to the height of 175 feet and 53 m. The tree can be found in the U.S from southern Main
Willow Trees leaves look very droopy when you look at it. When the Willow Tree is compared to other trees their lifespan is shorter. Their height and width can be 35-50 feet.The fruit of the tree looks like a small brown capsule. It is half-inch long. Beautiful baskets are woven using the willow stems. Willow Trees have a short trunk. Willows usually grow near water. The Kumeyaay girls or women used the bark for skirts! Isn’t that fascinating.
Coast Live Oak Tree is a beautiful evergreen oak that grows nicely along S.E. coast of the U.S. it can also be seen in dry parts of Texas. It can grow to be 50 feet(15 meters) tall. It is the state tree of Georgia. Is a favorite tree for lawns and streets because it can resists damage from storms, bugs, and illness.
Those were interesting facts on the Sycamore, Weeping Willow, and The Coast Live Oak Tree. These trees can be found in Rose Canyon. You can tell them apart by their looks and their leaves. You can learn more at Friends of Rose Canyon.
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