Ostrya virginiana Flower
In early spring the male catkins elongate and form pollen which is dispersed by wind. The female catkins, which are greenish and inconspicuous, form in early spring.
Julia Fitzpatrick-Cooper, College of DuPageFollow
Karren Wcisel, TreeTopics.com
Since July 08, 2014
Betulaceae, Ostrya virginiana, hophornbeam, American hophornbeam, ironwood, tree, deciduous
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