Gymnosperm, spice, and timber plants field trip

A field trip to the Pwunso botanic garden in Kolonia, Pohnpei, to view spice plants, timber trees, and gymnosperms. The class started by visiting the "millenium" tree, a Ficus prolixa planted in 2000 by then governor Del Pangalinan. The class went on to examine the clove trees Syzygium aromaticum and the Araucaria pine trees.


Kevina and Judy Ligohr look up at the Cinnamomum verum.


Ronda Kephas and Jake Manuel also study the cinnamon tree.


The cycad, a gymnosperm, was bearing cones.


Maylani Clarence looks up at a painted gum tree, Eucalyptus deglupta, also known as a rainbow gum or Mindanao gum tree. Eliza Sailas, Gary Totong can also be seen. Judy Ligohr waves a bottle in the background.

Jake, Kevina Berngun, Melody Tulenkun, and Ruthy Phillip.


Trickson Ladore, Kanio Torres, Judy Ligohr, and Rockson Salihk.

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