Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, with large hollow
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, low branch
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, flowers
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, flowers
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, foliage
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, bark of an older tree
Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch, Pecan
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Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, bark
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, in winter
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, bark
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, trunk base
Carya illinoinensis, pecan tree, base
Carya illinoinensis, Pecan, bark
becomes rougher with age with
deep furrows and ridges.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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In the winter, Pecan trees lose their leaves, as
do all deciduous species.  In the branches, tufts
of mistletoe are present in the above image.
January, Collin Co., Texas
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Carya illinoinensis trees can grow
quite large, some over 125 feet tall.
Collin Co., Texas
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This 200 year old Pecan is in the
Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. 
Pecans are the state tree of Texas.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Carya illinoinensis often has low
branches on the trunk.
Collin Co., Texas
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Flowers of Carya illinoinensis are
greenish yellow (essentially the
same color as the foliage) catkins.
Collin Co., Texas
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The catkins of pecan trees are
between 4 and 6 inches long and
hang in clusters like this, mid-
branch, throughout the canopy.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Carya illinoinensis leaves are oddly
pinnate with yellow stems.  Leaflets
are between 2 and 3 inches long.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Mature bark of an old growth pecan tree.
Collin Co., Texas
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Pecan bark.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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The mature trunk base of the old
growth pecan tree pictured here is
approximately 4 feet in diameter.
Collin Co., Texas
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