Is a fruit tree an example of an angiosperm?

Answer Angiosperms are flowering plants that encase their seeds inside of several layers of tissue. Fruit trees are angiosperms. On fruit trees, such as apple and pear trees, the fruit itself is the tissu... Read More »

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Is a Birch Tree an Angiosperm or Gymnosperm?

Birch trees (Betula sp.) are recognizable for their interesting bark, autumn color, and graceful forms. Less noticeable are their clusters of flowers that, when pollinated, produce tiny winged seed... Read More »

Anyone had a blight on their fruit tree s etc this year, half of our apple tree appears to have died off..?

I saw a lot of Chestnuts with Bleeding Canker when I was in Suffolk, but Apples seem fine here in bonny Scotland. My only problem was birds that nipped the flowers off one of the trees. It could be... Read More »

What is the name for the fruit of a hybrid tangerine tree&grapefruit tree?

The fruit of a hybrid tangerine tree and grapefruit tree is called a tangelo. There are many different varieties of tangelos, including the Orlando and Minneola. Their taste, color, and size depend... Read More »

Is there a fruit tree that bears more than one fruit?

There are no known natural fruit trees that produce more than one fruit on the same tree. There are horticulturalists who have grafted various types of fruits onto the same tree, which are known as... Read More »