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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carya_ovata

Carya ovata, the shagbark hickory, is a common hickory in the Eastern United States and southeast Canada. It is a large, deciduous tree, growing well over 100  ...

www.nwf.org/Wildlife/Wildlife-Library/Plants/Shagbark-Hickory.aspx

Learn about the shagbark hickory tree. ... Hickories are deciduous trees, so when autumn arrives, their leaves turn pale green to yellowish-brown before falling ...

www.arborday.org/trees/treeguide/TreeDetail.cfm?ItemID=850

The tree Guide at arborday.org offers information on size, height, growth rate, sun and soil preference, and more on Shellbark Hickory and many other commonly ...

www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pages/hickory_shagbark/hickory_shagbark.html

Shagbark Hickory Carya ovata. The distinctive, shaggy bark, conspicuous on tall straight trees, gives this species its name. It grows well in both wet and dry ...

www.thespruce.com/shagbark-hickory-trees-2132090

Jan 6, 2017 ... Shagbark hickory trees are not grown exclusively for their nuts. In fact, one could rank nut production only third among the reasons for growing ...

artofeating.com/shagbark-hickory-nuts

Sep 24, 2013 ... Shagbark hickory nuts have “more flavor… more snap, more ... It's hard to miss because the unique bark peels away from the tree in thin strips ...

dendro.cnre.vt.edu/dendrology/syllabus/factsheet.cfm?ID=20

Fact sheet with photos of mature tree, leaves, twig, bark, and fruit.

www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?kempercode=a854

Carya ovata, commonly called shagbark hickory, is a large deciduous tree that typically grows 70-90' (infrequently to 120') tall with an irregular, oval-rounded ...

www.wikihow.com/Identify-Hickory-Trees

Identify a Shagbark hickory (Carya ovata). Shagbark hickory trees grow in various environments, although they thrive in drained areas. The leaflets are light  ...

www.gonativetrees.com/hickories.htm

Mar 15, 2015 ... The list includes Shagbark Hickory (C. ovata), Shellbark Hickory (C. ... hickories constitute over half of the climax forest trees in our area.