what kind of tree is this?

Discussion in 'The Environment' started by ElChivato, Jun 27, 2006.

  1. ElChivato

    ElChivato SeNioR MeMBeR

    okay, i don't really know where i should post this... but, when my family and I went to florida for spring break, there were these trees all over the place and i thought they looked really cool. i love em. i don't know what they're called though. my mom said they were some type of oak. can anyone tell me what they are?
     
  2. Hippiemomma

    Hippiemomma Member

    I believe it's a Jacaranda tree...:)
     
  3. yarrow_sun

    yarrow_sun Member

    I think it's a Florida Live Oak.
     
  4. ElChivato

    ElChivato SeNioR MeMBeR

    thanks for the help.
     
  5. KParker730

    KParker730 Member

    ^ haha thats funny cause i just tripped for the first time, and the pine trees near here are amazing while ur tripping! you can just see all the patterns and stuff... sweet.
     
  6. KParker730

    KParker730 Member

    haha thanks
     
  7. Columbo

    Columbo Senior Member

    looks a bit like a jacaranda but it isnt one. I think it is an oak
    or a cuwumbumala walking tree - they are so rare though that very few people have heard of them
     
  8. WayfaringStranger

    WayfaringStranger Corporate Slave #34

  9. seaweedyness

    seaweedyness Member

    im not sure what kind of tree it is, but its branch patterns are similar to that of the Ginko tree. Ginko trees are my fav, because of all the crazy windy limbs! theres lots of em in Georgia, which is near florida....maybe its a related species
     

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