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Gillian Lloyd (@imagesbygillian) Instagram Profile Photo imagesbygillian

Gillian Lloyd

 image by Gillian Lloyd (@imagesbygillian) with caption : "#traveltuesday ‘Golden Wonder’

I saw my first Cottonwood tree in Wyoming, USA and it happened to be in the Fall / Autum" - 1891537413845294623
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‘Golden Wonder’ I saw my first Cottonwood tree in Wyoming, USA and it happened to be in the Fall / Autumn. Along with the Aspen trees the sceney just blew me away. Having visited the same area in every season since, I’ve seen the trees at all stages. Maybe obviously - the Autumn colours are my favourite. Besides this the Cottonwood Tree is possibly my favourite of all trees. All my images are for sale. www.gillianlloydphotography.co.uk #cottonwood . . . . @lonleyplanet .planet @outdoorphotographymag

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Molly McCarthy

 Instagram Image by Molly McCarthy (@mccarthymm3) with caption : "Favorite restaurant ever  #merkinvineyards #cottonwood #arizona #backatitagain #bestfriend #thedankestofdanks 🍁🍽❤️ @bron" at Merkin Vineyards - 1891528688366057635

Favorite restaurant ever #cottonwood 🍁🍽❤️ @bronwyn_kate

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Save an endangered word # tag your next tree pictures with these words in Sauk, Potawatomi, and Lakhota! . . English: Sauk: Potawatomi: Lakhota: . - - mshimnatek . gzhkey . #cottonwood . - wnip - péíkčeka, . - . . . . . Lakhota uses of trees: čhaŋšúška (Acer negundo) boxeldermaple. - Sap is collected in the early spring by "tapping" trees and is used as a sweetener or a refreshing beverage. The leaves are sucked to relieve dry mouth during Sundances. The inner bark is edible, but only used during food shortages. The seeds are also edible after the husks have been removed and the seeds boiled. . tȟahálo (Acer saccharinum) silvermaple A decoction of the bark is used to dye hides. The sap is sometimes collected and used as a sweetener or refreshing beverage. An infusion of the bark is used to treat diarrhea, dysentery, and cramps. . čhaŋhásaŋ (Acer saccharum) sugarmaple - Sap is collected in early spring by "tapping" trees and is used as a sweetener. A decoction made from the inner bark is used as a expectorant čhaŋsúhu (caria ovata) hickory - Hickory nuts are a tasty and nutritious food source. The nuts were eaten whole or ground into flour. The sap of the hickory is sometimes used as a sweetener. . p’eíkčeka, p’éčhaŋ (ulmus americana) American elm An infusion of the outer and inner bark is used to treat TB and lung hemorrhaging, coughs, colds, influenza, dysentery, eye infections, cramps and diarrhea. A decoction of the bark is used to wash wounds. The wood is used for fuel, to make pots, and as building material. . .