Ostrya virginiana Fruit
By the end of the season the fruit sacs have turned brown and begin to fall off the cluster. They are a desirable food source for a variety of birds and mammals.
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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