shagbark hickory


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shag·bark hickory

 (shăg′bärk′)
n.
An eastern North American hickory tree (Carya ovata) having shaggy bark and hard-shelled nuts with edible kernels.
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Noun1.shagbark hickory - North American hickory having loose grey shaggy bark and edible nutsshagbark hickory - North American hickory having loose grey shaggy bark and edible nuts
hickory nut - small hard-shelled nut of North American hickory trees especially the shagbark hickories
Carya, genus Carya - genus of large deciduous nut-bearing trees; United States and China
hickory tree, hickory - American hardwood tree bearing edible nuts
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Other flavorful barks worth cultivating include the cinnamon-flavored CAROLINA ALLSPICE (Calycanthus floridus; the only part considered safe to eat is the inner bark, so caution is advised); SWEET BIRCH (Betula lenta); and SHAGBARK HICKORY (Carya ovata).
Bundles of trees (18- to 24-inch bare root; five seedlings for $12) include Chinquapin oak, sugar maple, shagbark hickory and river birch (clump).
1 hunted a stand in a shagbark hickory. After seeing so much activity, I worked a drag rag with doe estrus from Mrs.
Carya ovata, or the shagbark hickory, is a large deciduous tree with a distinctly fringed trunk that can live hundreds of years and grow up to 100 feet tall.
Tenders are invited for Sale of Forest Products: Black Oak Saw Timber - 11.65 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; Red Oak Saw Timber - 95.84 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; Scarlet Oak Saw Timber - 83.48 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; White Oak Saw Timber - 152.12 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; Red Maple Saw Timber - 2.04 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; Sugar Maple Saw Timber - 1.49 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; Pignut Hickory Saw Timber - 1.04 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; Shagbark Hickory Saw Timber - 3.48 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; White Ash Saw Timber - 1.85 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; White Pine Saw Timber - 12.88 MBF Int 1/4" more or less; Misc.
saccharum; 11%), shagbark hickory (Carya ovala; 11%), and red elm (Ulmus rubra; 11%).
The display incorporated bark and sculpted segments from a massive 150-year-old shagbark hickory tree that fell in a storm near Seneca Falls, N.Y.
Shagbark hickory has a specific gravity of 0.72 and density of 48 pounds per cubic foot for seasoned wood.
Chaka is an 8% abv Belgian-style ale made with ingredients from each brewery's home state: Shagbark Hickory syrup from Hickoryworks in Trafalgar, IN.; grain from Colorado Malting Co.; and a special yeast blend from Brewing Science Institute, also in Colorado.
The tree data of the miscellaneous group (mockernut hickory [Carya tomentosa], shagbark hickory [C.
A rustic cherry and maple ladder leads to a sleeping loft, the floor of which, is made of thick hickory boards milled from a nearby shagbark hickory tree.