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Bursera microphylla is a North American species of tree in the frankincense family in the soapwood order. Bursera microphylla, known by the common name elephant tree in English or 'torote' in Spanish, is a tree in genus Bursera.It grows into a distinctive sculptural form, with a thickened, water-storing or caudiciform trunk. It is found in the southwestern United States and northwestern Me...

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4. Prune off any unwanted side shoots or crossed branches to create a more open shape to show off the elephant tree's attractive trunk, or prune the main branches back by one-fourth in spring to ...

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The plant is also referred to as the Elephant Foot Tree because of the swollen shape base, coupled with the greyish-brown colour and the wrinkled texture of the bark. Beaucarnea Recurvata is the most commonly grown of the Beaucarnea species. It is a slow-growing plant with a green rosette of recurved, pendulous leaves rising from its swollen trunk.

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The Elephant Tree is the rare, northernmost species of small, aromatic, tropical family which is extremely susceptible to cold. Their short, very stout, tapered trunks and branches are reminiscent of elephants legs and trunks, hence their name. They have an open, but sparse crown, and grow to a ...

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The Asian elephant has only one, and relies more on wrapping around a food item and squeezing it into its mouth. Asian elephants have more muscle coordination and can perform more complex tasks. Losing the trunk would be detrimental to an elephant's survival, although in

archive.bio.ed.ac.uk/jdeacon/desertecology/elephant.htm

ELEPHANT TREES [Most images are clickable, for a larger version] Elephant tree (Pachycormus discolor) near the eastern coast of Baja CaliforniaElephant trees are large shrubs or relatively small trees, characterised by their thick, swollen trunks which serve for water storage.

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It is many body parts in one The trunk is both an upper lip and a nose, with two nostrils running through the whole thing. At the trunk’s tip, African elephant have two fingers while Asian ...

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The Elephant's Trunk Flea Market will be OPEN this Sunday, December 9th for a sunny Holiday Market. The forecast is Dry and chilly but with a warm cup of Coffee and some Holiday Spirit, you will have a wonderful time. Come support our local Police Department with the annual Stuff-A-Cruiser gift drive.

www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/ponytail-palm/...

In recent years, the ponytail palm tree has become a popular houseplant and it is easy to see why. Its sleek bulb-like trunk and lush, long curly leaves make it visually stunning; and the fact that a ponytail palm is forgiving and easy in its care makes this an ideal houseplant for many people.