Tree ID

Discussion in 'Native Habitat Management' started by CentralKyHunter, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. CentralKyHunter

    CentralKyHunter Active Member

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    Been away for a while but been working on my tree rows and on this last planting I had a lot of these planted. They appear to be catalpa trees to me which I definitely did not order can you give me your input on what the species is?

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  2. Native Hunter

    Native Hunter Well-Known Member

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    Lance, I just replied to your PM. Yes, it is a Catalpa. Too early to tell if its the Northern or Southern variety, but really there isn't much difference in them. The Northern gets a little larger. I gave you some more info in the PM.
     
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    Native Hunter Well-Known Member

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    You can let that tree grow about another 100 years and make one of these. This is made from a Catalpa.

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    letemgrow, Tap and Cedar Ridge like this.
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    Nice piece Steve!!! I like it
     

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