Exploring Ho-nee-um in the spring
[Script for filmstrip], pp. 7-25 ff.
17 One of the bushes has white flowers... Hawthorne 18 * . . and another has pink. Crabapple 19 The yellow color of the bur oak is due to young leaves and long dangling catkins of tiny yellow flowers. Perhaps something else will be blooming on the day you visit Ho-nee-um so that you will discover a different beautiful pattern when you look closely. 20 Three large trees can be seen across the clearing from the bur oaks. In very early spring these "Three Sentinels" as the trees are called, look like this. Compare this picture to... For those especially interested in identification the three trees left to right are box elder, bur oak, and hackberry. 21 . . . a later one of the same trees. What changes do you see'? 12
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