Osage orange, Maclura pomifera, plant fact sheet - the PLANTSShare on:
Fruit and leaf of Osage orange plant from the PLANTS. Database website. Photo by Jeff McMillian. Alternate Names. Hedge apple, horse-apple, hedge, bodark, ...
Osage orange (Maclura pomifera) Plant Guide - the PLANTS
Fruit and leaf of Osage orange plant from the PLANTS Database website. Photo by Jeff McMillian. Alternate Names: bodark, hedge apple, horse-apple, naranjo ...
Osage Orange: Identification and Management - The Samuel
Osage orange [Maclura pomifera. (RAF.) C. Schneider] is a native tree spe- cies also known as bois d'arc, hedge apple, bodark, horse apple and bow- wood.
A Cultural and Entomological Review of the Osage Orange - BioOne
tions of hedge apples, including the rearing of S. pallipes for entomophagy, ... Figure 1. Fully grown fruit of the Osage Orange, often referred to as a hedge apple.
Osage Orange hedge - Office of Environment and Heritage - NSW
Oct 6, 2006 ... Northerly view along Osage Orange hedge, Peats Crater. ...... Known also as hedge, hedge-apple, bodark, bois-d'arc, bowwood, and naranjo.
Osage Orange - Stillman Nature Center
www.stillmannc.org. Osage Orange: History in its Roots. Stillman Newsletter, Autumn 2003. They are called hedge apples, hedge balls, mock oranges, and, my.
Chemical composition and profile characteristics of Osage orange
Chemical composition and profile characteristics of Osage orange Maclura .... known as Osage orange, horse apple, mock orange or hedge apple (Wolfram et.
Chemical composition and profile characteristics of Osage orange Maclura pomifera (Rafin.) Schneider seed and seed oil’.pdf
Maclura pomifera - Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (HEAR)
Maclura pomifera (osage orange) is a thorny, dioecious tree, native to a narrow ... Common names: Osage orange (PLANTS 2003), hedge apple, bois d'arc ...
Hedge Apples - Bob's Produce Ranch
They also go by the name of Osage Orange or Hedge Apples. They are grown on a tree which is commonly used as a wind break for fields. They are generally ...
Spotlight on Osage Orange - Woodcraft Magazine
It's also. Spotlight on Osage-orange known as bois d'arc (French for bow wood), and the derivative. “bodark.” Other variations include hedge and horse apple.
Osage Orange wood is renowned for its use in crafting Cherokee bows. ... Bois d' arc, Bodark, Horse Apple, Hedge Apple, Cow Brain Tree. Taxonomy: Kingdom - ...
May 15, 2012 ... Osage Orange, hedge-apple, bodark, bois-d'arc, bowwood, and ... “Osage- orange grows on a variety of soils but does best on rich, moist,.
Magnificent Maclura-Past and Present - Arnoldia
New cultivars of the Osage orange have stimulated interest in this ... The Osage orange, Maclura pomifera, has a ... as hedge apple, or just "hedge," from its.
Anachronistic Fruits and the Ghosts Who Haunt Them - Arnoldia
Reumted: osage orange and mastodon. Shown ... time m thirteen thousand years that the fruit of osage orange, .... know this fruit by another name: hedge apple.
life tree brochure - LaPorte County Parks
Osage Orange trees are also known as Hedge Apples. This non-native tree to Indiana was planted as hedge rows around fields. The leaves have smooth edges ...
life tree brochure.pdf
Honey Creek Nature Trail - Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
from the Osage tribe which traded the trees, wood and bows ... horse apple or hedge apple. The name ... made of Osage-orange wood cost one horse and one.
Osage Orange - Colorado Tree Coalition
... native to the northeastern United States is also known as Osage apple or ... The Osage orange can grow to heights of 30 to 50 feet with a spread of 20 to ... orange was originally used for windbreaks or as cattle deterring hedges prior to the.
Significant Trees - Brock University
Osage Orange, Hedge Apple, Bowwood. Maclura pomifera (Raf.) C.K. Schneid. Moraceae. Significance to Campus: Cultural Heritage to site and its agricultural ...
Coppell Nature Park Tree Species #1. A. Hackberry (to left of sign
Common Name(s): Bois D'Arc, Osage-orange,. Bodark, Hedge-apple. Family: Mulberry (Moraceae). Scientific Name: Maclura pomifera. #2. Honey Mesquite.
Maclura pomifera (Raf.) Schneid. Osage orange - Smithsonian
The Osage orange was already in cultivation outside its natural range when Lewis saw ... “Osage apple” and “Osage's plum” in the garden of the prominent fur trader Pierre Chouteau ... hedges for their corral enclosures. Before the invention of ...