Where Do Hickory Trees Grow?

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Hickory trees usually grow in North America. They are easy to grow and the wood that comes from them is very strong.
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Hickory trees grow in mostly the mid-west but also grow in parts of europe and asia. They are widely renowned for strength and are the main ingredient in drumsticks.
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1. Collect hickory nuts when they fall from the tree. The fruit is round and green, slightly larger than a golf ball. Peel the hulls away with your fingers, revealing the hard-shelled
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Beans grow on leafy plants. As they get bigger the beans turn green and plump. You can pull off the beans individually, or cut off the connection vine to harvest.
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Seeds are good for growing new plants, but they can be a hassle when someone's trying to eat a fruit that's full of them. We have to remove the seeds before eating, or spit them out
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