What a horrendous and almost impossible to clean up mess those trees made with.
I agree, I would never have the heart to cut down a Magnolia, but I wouldn't plant one close to the house either.
Apr 10, In the spring they come out to play. Do oak trees drop pollen? The most familiar feature of the oak is its fruit, the acorn. Oak trees pollinate through a long cluster of flowers called catkins.
The medium-sized star-shaped leaves of the Sweet Gum tree emerge bright green in the spring but give way to yellow, purple, red, or orange in the fall before dropping.
Oaks are considered a primary tree for allergy sufferers. The trees produce pollen from February to late May. Linden, American ~ seeds. Locust, Honey ~ Seed Pods. Locust, Black ~ Seed Pods.
Maple, Boxelder ~ Samaras. Maple, Silver ~ Samaras. Mountain-ash, European ~ Fruit. Mulberry ~ Edible Berries.
Oak, Swamp White ~ Acorn. Peach Tree ~ Fruit. Sep 28, Trees With Spiked Seed Pods If you've encountered some round, spiny balls under a tree or maybe still on the plant, and you're wondering what it could be, it's likely one of several options: buckeye/horsechestnut (Aesculus), chestnut (Castanea), or sweet gum (Liquidambar styraciflua).
Poplar Flowers and Seeds Poplar flowers appear in elongate catkins that hang from tree branches in spring before the leaves emerge. Once the female flowers are wind-pollinated from male trees. Dec 14, If your tree is shedding stringy stuff in spring, it might be engaging in its annual flowering where the long male catkins let loose pounds of yellow pollen and then fall from the tree as new.