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Sakugoro Hirase observed swimming sperm (motile spermatozoids) for the first time in the seeds of a female Ginkgo tree growing in the Botanical Garden of the University of Tokyo in Japan on September 9, 1896. Hirase proved that the Ginkgo had an intermediate position between ferns and conifers and therefore Professor M. Engler established a new family Ginkgoacea (1897), order Ginkgoales (1898).
Brazilian Grape Tree (also known as Jabuticaba) does not use branches to grow fruits. It grows fruits (and flowers) directly on the trunk.
The dancing trees by hknatuurfoto (Hans Koster), via Flickr
magnolia blossoms, I'm going to miss the tree at the old house this spring. Will just have to plant a new one!
Olives on tree
5 Favorites: Espaliered Fruit Trees Gardenista
Frog Hollow Farm's Robada apricot. They're Big, Beautiful, and Juicy!
This is a maiden hair fern branch. It is very similar to the leaf of the Ginko tree. Both are so beautiful, and she is my favorite fern.
Fig fruit tree with colorful fruits
Growing Your Own Fruit Trees Apple, strawberry and raspberry bush, blueberries, cranberries, acai berries, gooseberries, plum or apricots, Concord grapes, pears, cherry, sugar maple tree, Nut trees- walnut, chestnut, almond,
Possible fruit tree #1 - Pear tree
Fruit tree Jabuticaba very common in Brazil
I want to eventually take a picture of a snow fall like this. Every time I try, it just looks like I'm taking a picture of trees or something. You can't see the snow flakes. Oh well....I'll get there.