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 Do trees produce pollen?

Answer Yes, many species of trees do produce pollen. Any flowering plant, including flowering trees, creates pollen as part of a reproduction process. Pollen-producing trees mainly include fruit-producing... Read More »
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Where do flowers produce pollen?

Flowers are the reproductive unit of plants of the angiosperm group. Some flowers have both male and female parts and some flowers have one or the other. The pollen is produced by the male part kno... Read More »
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Do pine trees give off pollen?

Yellow pollen comes from the male flowers of pine trees. Each male pinecone releases 1 to 2 million pollen grains annually, according to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The pollen from pine tr... Read More »
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When do pecan trees produce?

A grafted pecan tree that is 4 to 6 feet tall will start producing in six to seven years. Some varieties may start producing in four to five years, and some can take eight to 10 years. A non-grafte... Read More »
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How old do oak trees have to be to produce acorns?

Oak trees produce acorns when they reach the age of sexual maturity. Typically, an oak tree will produce its first crop of acorns when it's 40 to 50 years old.Source:Trees For Life: Species Profile... Read More »
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