SILVER BUTTONWOOD (Conocarpus Erectus Var. Sericeus)
GEIGER TREE (Cordia Sebestena)
Western Hemlock Tsuga heterophylla
Needles short, flat, blunt, widely and irregularly spaced, of unequal length. Two fine lines of stomata below.
Douglas-fir Pseudotsuga menziesii
Needles flat, yellowish-green, 2-3cm long with pointed tips. POINTY, BUT NOT PAINFUL. One groove on upper surface w/ two white lines of stomata below.
Grand Fir Abies grandis
Needles FLAT, tips rounded and notched. DARK GREEN and grooved above, two white lines of stomata below.
Sitka Spruce Picea sitchensis
Needles stiff, very sharp, 1-3 cm long, with 2 white lines of stomata on upper surface, usually 2 narrower lines below. 4-sided, somewhat flattened.
Shore Pine Pinus contorta
Needles in pairs, 2-7 cm long.
Pacific Yew Taxus brevifolia
Needles FLAT, 2-3 cm long, striped with stomata below, ends abruptly in fine point.
Western Redcedar Thuja plicata
Scale-like. Leaves in one pair folded , the leaves in the other not, closely pressed to stem. Looks like a flattened braid.
Red Alder Alnus rubra
Alternate, deciduous, "ruffle"-shaped leaves, 5-15 cm long.
Bigleaf Maple Acer macrophyllum
Opposite, deciduous, 5-lobed maple leaves, 15-30 cm across.
Black Cottonwood Populus balsamifera
Alternate, deciduous, thick, oval, 5-15 cm long, with heart-shaped base and sharp-pointed tip.
Bitter Cherry Prunus emarginata
Alternate, deciduous, oblong-to-oval, 3-8 cm long, FINELY TOOTHED, ROUNDED AT TIP.
Pacific Crab Apple Malus fusca
Alternate, deciduous, lance-to-egg shaped, up to 10 cm long, POINTED AT AND, TOOTHED, IRREGULAR LOBES.
Madrone Arbutus menziesii
Alternate, EVERGREEN, oval, dark green above, whitish green below. HAIRLESS, LEATHERY.
Oregon Ash Fraxinus latifolia
Opposite, deciduous, pinnately compound with usually 5 to 7 leaflets.
any of several 5-needled pines with white wood and smooth usually light gray bark when young
any of several large deciduous trees with rounded spreading crowns and smooth gray bark and people will sometimes carve into the bark for it's not very dense
thin pale bark that scales off in small plates and lobed leaves and ball-shaped heads of fruits. Indians would look for the white top of these trees to find water
yellowwood tree with brittle wood and aromatic leaves and bark. 3 different types of leave can be found on this tree.
a North American tree of the genus Liquidambar having prickly spherical fruit clusters and fragrant sap.
Root beer, anyone?
Tulip shaped leaves
Shade tree . Black round fruits. Smells like turpentine. Dioecious, no showy flowers. Massive branching. Cork-y bark
3 pointed leaf, serrated, red helicopter seeds
-white ash like bark, but maple like leaves -points come to fine point -base of leaf is white when plucked -low economic value/ bad firewood -non-native/ non-invasive -outcompeted by sugar maple -white sap is insect neurotoxin
maple of eastern and central North America having 3- to 5-lobed leaves and hard close-grained wood much used for cabinet work especially the curly-grained form. Maple syrup is only extractable from this tree
any of numerous Old World and American oaks having 6 to 8 stamens in each floret, acorns that mature in one year and leaf veins that never extend beyond the margin of the leaf
any of numerous American oaks having 4 stamens in each floret, acorns requiring two years to mature and leaf veins usually extending beyond the leaf margin to form points or bristles
(Quercus prinus) -white oak -occupied niche on app ridges following loss of chestnut -dry ridges, along with scarlet oak -large acorns--mast --wood is white oak -form not as good as white oak -distinctive bark -80 ft tall
poisonous perennial Old World vine having violet flowers and oval deep orange berries
Tree of Heaven
Eastern Red Cedar
pignut hickory compound leaves
ash tree - straight limbs
ailanthus (tree of heaven)
Rocky Mountain Maple (ang.)
White Fir (conif.)
Rocky Mountain Juniper
Colorado Blue Spruce
sassafras tree leaf
witch-hazel tree leaves
western serviceberry leaves
frosted hawthorn leaves
american plum leaves
oregon ash leaves
velvet ash leaves
desert willow leaves
northern red oak
lobed simple, acorn seeds
compound dentate, hickory nuts
lobed dentate, spiney ball
opposite lobed with sharp edges
eastern white pine
5 needles per leaf bundle, nondeciduous tree
smooth lobed, acorns
compound alternate, walnuts
2 needles per leaf bundle, smaller cones
Trees and shrubs with flat leaves They shed leaves at the end of the growing season. Have seeds, berries or nuts
A tree with thin, white peeling bark.
A tree with rounded or pointed lobed leaves. Has acorns for seeds.
A deciduous tree with leaves that turn bright red, orange and yellow before falling. This tree produces winged fruit called keys. Sugar Maples give sap for maple syrup.
Large deciduous trees with rounded spreading crowns and smooth gray bark Has small sweet edible triangular nuts enclosed in burs.
Bald Cypress- Taxodium Distichum
Longleaf Pine- Pinus Palustris
Loblolly Pine- Pinus Taeda
Virginia Pine- Pinus Virginiana
Eastern Hemlock- Tsuga Canadensis
Flowering Dogwood- Cornus Florida
Red Bud- Cercis Canadensis
Sugar Maple- Acer Saccharum
Red Maple- Acer Rubrum
White Ash- Fraxinus Americana
Hickory- Carya spp.
Black Locust- Robinia Pseudoacacia
Sweet Gum- Liquidambar Styraciflua
American Sycamore- Platanus Occidentalis
Tulip Poplar- Liriodendron Tulipifera
Southern Magnolia- Magnolia Grandiflora
River Birch- Betula Nigra
White Oak- Quercus Alba
Pin Oak- Quercus Palustris
Water Oak- Quercus Nigra
American Beech- Fagus Grandifolia
Lacebark Elm- Ulmus Parvifolia
Crape Myrtle- Lagerstroemia Indica
TREE, evergreen, smooth leaves, sweet pine smell, little cones, native to VT