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Bitternut Hickory
Bitternut Hickory

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The Bittenut Hickory, Carya cordiformis, is also known as the Yellow-bud Hickory tree. The yellow bud makes it difficult to mistake for another species and combined with the alternate compound leaves and relatively large nuts, it is very distinctive This deciduous tree is found on moist, fertile soils in the east and central U.S. and is intolerant of shade. The fall color is often green to chartruese, but sometimes is a brilliant golden-yellow in excellent seasons.
Pignut Hickory
Pignut Hickory

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The Pignut Hickory tree, Carya glabra, has medium green broad, flat leaves and firm, gray bark. The bark may be marked in a sort of diamond pattern by shallow furrows and narrow ridges. This tree grows well in fairly rich, well drained to dry soils. It occurs with other hickories and with oaks, characteristically on hillsides and ridges. The nuts they are an important food for squirrels and chipmunks and other wildlife. This shade tree turns a bright yellow for great fall color.
Shellbark Hickory
Shellbark Hickory

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The Shellbark Hickory tree, Carya laciniosa, is also know as bigleaf shagbark, kingnut, big shellbark, bottom shellbark, thick shellbark and western shellbark). This deciduous tree is similar to that of the Shagbark Hickory, but often not quite as shaggy. The fruit is larger than other hickories. This is a big tree and it prefers wet, fertile bottomland. This tall shade tree displays a yellow fall color.
Shagbark Hickory
Shagbark Hickory

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Mockernut Hickery
Mockernut Hickery

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