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#TreeTuesday

Meaning:

Take a moment to appreciate the wonders of nature, and share a photo with the tag #treetuesday.

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CorkNatNetwork

Yesterday's #treeTuesday; Quercus petraea or sessile oak. A native species, they can live up to 300 years and support a variety of invertebrate and plant species. The leaves and Acorns have a short stem, which are important source of food for squirrels https://t.co/R0UXQPc8IF https://t.co/Q2K1PgHFXF

USFS_IITF

#TreeTuesday Trees and shrubs protect crops and generate income for farmers. https://t.co/IXH8b3Ne5A via @forestservice #Agroforestry https://t.co/ZfKf2ANMvI

kurtzitzelman

Do you think someone bent that tree so it wraps around the other, or was it natural? Happy #treetuesday #adventure #treesofinstagram #forest #nature #hike #outdoors #outside #pennsylvania #pa #hiking #hikingadventures #naturephotography #wildernesscult… https://t.co/VHXqDtXkrK https://t.co/0bOjuuSWLS

LANIorg

It's #treetuesday! Tree grates on streets protect tree trunks, beautify sidewalks, prevent litter near tree roots, suppress weeds, & allow more walking surface #getoutside #hugatree #urbangreening #urbanforest #ittakesaneighborhood https://t.co/MbtEM6Cqvk

JoanneFreyja

Fairy decor #freyjafairy #performingarts #kidsentertainer #art #LifeIsArt #CraftBlogger #crafty #activities #mylifeasafairy #fairystories #fairies #fairy #fairystories #decorations #decor #tree #TreeTuesday #handmade #handmadebyme #HandmadeInUK #crafter https://t.co/5l2oOtrT1X

CamCanopyProj

3/ #TreeTuesday: The reason the Pineapple Broom is well suited to hot & dry conditions? Its leaves! It has silvery, hairy (or pubescent) leaf surfaces that reflect intense sunlight & reduce water & energy loss - ideal for our urban environments #ClimateResilience #UrbanHeatIsland https://t.co/vpCKKaxscR

CamCanopyProj

2/ #TreeTuesday: ...its typically grown as a shrub, but due to its hardiness & drought resistance, we're starting to use it as a #StreetTree - like this e.g. from Mill End Rd #CherryHinton #Cambridge. The long flower spikes (c. 12cm) are nectar & pollen rich - attractive to #bees https://t.co/N2ccjkrZCH

CamCanopyProj

1/ #TreeTuesday: Today we take a look at the Moroccan/Pineapple Broom (Argyro-/Cytisus battandieri). This #tree or shrub, as 1 common name suggests, is native to Morocco, with yellow flowers that smell of pineapples - hence its 2nd common name! Growing to no more than 4 or 5m... https://t.co/r0ockxt030

OverbuiltAdv

Have a great cholla cactus story? If you've seen one in person, probably, haha. #TreeTuesday #YesIKnowCactusArentTrees #overlanding #jeep #explore https://t.co/XkXFbmQsAA

WSPEcoProjects

#TreeTuesday (and June blooms) - two #goldenraintree, a large one in the park and a young Street tree in its shade. The close up of the flowers was taken at different location. #washingtonsquarepark https://t.co/rgZF43ZlSd