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Synonyms for catkin

a cylindrical spikelike inflorescence


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Male plants have the best catkins and, for the longest, look for "James Roof" whose blossoms can meaure up to a foot.
Eye-catching black willow, Salix gracilistyla 'Melanostachys', bears dark catkins with red anthers along vivid mahogany branches.
THERE are all sorts of signs to show that the seasons are changing if Mother Nature is an accurate barometer; as snowdrops, hazel catkins and even ladybirds and butterflies have been recorded across the UK on the Woodland Trust's Nature's Calendar website.
The approach, Catkins said, "is more insightful than it seems," and there are two reasons for it.
Black Bears (Ursus americanus) in southeastern Alaska forage intensively on seed pods and male and female catkins of Black Cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa), often breaking many branches from the trees.
and yellow catkins curled like caterpillars in the pavement mire along
Catkins have always fascinated me, and as part of our continued work to develop the garden and offer year round interest to our visitors, we have now created an unique area dedicated to catkins.
It is known as the tassel tree because of its creamy grey catkins that hang like tassels from the branches in winter.
Spring comes unannounced by catkins and proceeds without benefit of crocuses, cowslips, or tulips.
Collecting catkins from an oak, sweet gum, or birch, or wearing acorn
SOFT, sensual and e - just like a geisha - are the silvery catkins hanging from the bare stems of the pussy willow or Salix caprea.
A 22lb moggy apparently halved its weight after going on the Catkins and sticking to a meat-rich diet.
Asda also has published its own Catkins diet, which includes feeding and exercise guidelines to help keep pets healthy.
Live oaks produce male flowers called catkins that bloom in hanging clusters.
Q MY garrya is covered in gorgeous, grey/green catkins but it has grown outrageously big.