How do oak trees reproduce their seeds?
The trees get pollinated, then seeds for in the form of acorns.
Trees seeds are on their branches and the wind blows the seeds off the tree and the seed blows in the wind until the seed it landed at another tree. This is how trees reproduce. Palm trees are flowering plants, and as flowering plants, they reproduce through seeds. The flowers are pollinated either by wind or insects, and after pollination, fruit develops.
Simple answer is that it is a hardwood. But a hardwood is not necessarily a harder denser material than a softwood. For example, balsa wood is light and not very dense and is considered a hardwood. The distinction is to do with plant reproduction. All trees reproduce by producing seeds. Hardwood trees are angiosperms, plants that produce seeds with some sort of covering. This might be a fruit or a hard shell, such as an…