Somerset Ward Nutculture Walking Tour 2006


A few more Pictures of Somerset Nuts and Nut Trees
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The Museum and Metcalfe Horsechestnut's full flower.
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A portrait of the Museum and Metcalfe Horsechestnut showing full leaf and flower.
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Another view of the Horsechestnut.
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An English Oak cultivar.
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A another young Horsechestnut, newly leafed out. The ward has quite a few horsechestnuts.
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Here is young ginkgo, a female that is already producing, newly leafing out.
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A large black walnut in full flower. The leaves come out later.
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A turkish hazel jut leafed out, with its catkins (male flowers) full opened.
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This stretch of street has nine producing turkish hazel trees!
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This another view of the same turkish hazels.
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Young black walnuts. This is the age at which these tree nuts can be pickled or syruped.
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Another cluster of black walnuts, this time three in the cluster.
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Each black walnut tree shapes its own nuts differently.
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Young ginkgo nuts just starting to form.
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Here we can see three ginkgos, each on its own stalk
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