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Red Maple
Acer rubrum
White Pine
Pinus strobus
American Holly
Ilex opaca
Chaste Tree
Vitex agnus castus
Southern Magnolia
Magnolia grandiflora
Star Magnolia
Magnolia stellate
Aristocrat Pear
Pyrus calleryana 'Aristocrat'
Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum
Norway Maple
Acer plantanoides
Weeping Fig
Ficus benjamina
Bald Cypress
Taxodium distichum
Tulip Tree
Liriodendron tulipifera
Saucer Magnolia
Magnolia x soulangeana
Black Locust
Recina psedoacacia
Honey Locust
Gleditsia trialanthos
Japanese Black Pine
Pinus thumbergii
Osage Orange
Maclura pomifera
Crabapple
Malus spp
Yoshino Cherry
Prunus x yedoensis
Bradford Pear
Pyrus calleryana 'Bradford'
Soapberry
Sapindus drummendi
Royal Paulownia
Paulownia tomentesa
Weeping Silver Pear
Pyrus salicifolia
Black Walnut
Sugtans nigra
American Larch
Larix laricina
Pecan
Carya illinoensis
River Birch
Betula nigra
White Birch
Betula pendula
Weeping Willow
Salix babylonica
Pussy Willow
Salix caprea
Flowering Dogwood
Cornus florida
Eastern Redbud
Cercis canadensis
Eastern Cottonwood
Populus deltoids
Silver Maple
Acer saccharinum
Sugar Maple
Acer saccarum
Boxelder
Acer negundo
Blue Spruce
Picea pungens 'Glaula'
Deoderara Cedar
Cedrus deodara
Pin Oak
Quercus palustris
Post Oak
Quercus stellata
Swamp White Oak
Quercus bicolor
Sawtooth Oak
Quercus acutissima
White Oak
Quercus alba
Shumard Oak
Quercus shumardii
Northern Red Oak
Quercus rubra
Willow Oak
Quercus phellos
Water Oak
Quercus nigra
Live Oak
Quercus virginiana
American Elm
Ulmus americana
Lacebark Elm
Ulmus parvifolia
Japanese Zelkova
Zelkova serrate
Scotch Pine
Pinus sylvestris
Ponderosa Pine
Pinus ponderosa
Amur Maple
Acer tataricum
Russian Olive
Elaegnus angustofolia
Sourwood
Oxydendrum arboreum
Blackgum or Black Tupelo
Nyssa sylvatica
Green Ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanica
White Ash
Fraxinus americana
Chinese Pistache
Pistacia chinensis
Buckeye
Aesulus glebra
Buckthorn
Rhamnus
Eastern Red Cedar
Juniperus virginiana
Dragon Tree
Draceana marginata
Coleus
Soleonostemon scutellarioides
Chitalpa or Desert Willow
x Chitalpa task kentensis
Catalpa
Catalpa bignoides
Lavender
Lavendula angustifdia
Black Alder
Alnus glutinous
Lipstick Tree
Bixia orellana
Sago Palm
Cycas revolute
African Tulip Tree
Spathodea companulata
Burr Oak
Quercus macrocarpa
Red bud
sweet gum
sweet gum
sugar maple
tulip poplar
tulip poplar/ yellow poplar
dogwood
long leaf pine
Virgina pine
oak
hickory
white pine
birch
sycamore
sycamore
Red Maple
Hong Kong Orchid
Black Olive
Gumbo Limbo
Satin Leaf
Citrus Tree
Signature Tree/ Pitch Apple
Pigeon Plum
Silver Button Wood
Geiger Tree
Royal Poinciana
Dahoon Holly
"Nellie R. Stevens" Holly
Jacaranda
Southern Red Cedar
Golden Rain Tree
Crape Myrtle
Sweet Gum
Southern Magnolia
Weeping Bottle Brush
Black Gum
American Hophornbeam
Ginko (Ginko biloba)
Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea)
European Larch (Larix decidua)
Tamarack (Eastern larch, Larix larcina)
Norway Spruce (Picea abies)
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White spruce (Picea glauca)
Black spruce (Picea mariana)
Blue spruce (Picea pungens)
Red spruce (Picea rubens)
Jack pine (Pinus banksiana)
Red pine (Pinus resinosa)
Pitch pine (Pinus rigida)
Eastern white pine (Pinus strobus)
Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis)
Ginkgo
Pacific Yew
Balsam Fir
White Fir
Grand Fir
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Subalpine Fir
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Tamarack
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Western larch
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Engelmann Spruce
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White Spruce
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Black Spruce
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Blue Spruce
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Red Spruce
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Sitka Spruce
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Whitebark Pine
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Bristlecone Pine
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Knobcone Pine
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Jack Pine
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Lodgepole Pine
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Shortleaf Pine
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Pinyon
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Limber Pine
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Sugar Pine
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Singleleaf Pinyon
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Western White Pine
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Longleaf Pine
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Ponderosa Pine
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Red Pine
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Pitch Pine
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Eastern White Pine
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Loblolly Pine
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Virginia Pine
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Douglas Fir
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Eastern Hemlock
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Western Hemlock
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Mountain Hemlock
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Port-Orford-Cedar
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Monterey Cypress
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Utah Juniper
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Rocky Mountain Juniper
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Eastern Redcedar
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Northern White-cedar
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Western Redcedar
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Cabbage Palmetto
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California Washingtonia
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Narrowleaf Cottonwood
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Balsam Poplar
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Eastern Cottonwood
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Fremont Cottonwood
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Bigtooth Aspen
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Quaking Aspen
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Black Cottonwood
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Bebb Willow
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Black Willow
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Scouler Willow
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Japanese Maple
Japanese Maple
Red Maple
Hong Kong Orchid
Black Olive
Gumbo Limbo
Satin Leaf
Citrus Tree
Signature Tree/ Pitch Apple
Pigeon Plum
Silver Button Wood
Geiger Tree
Royal Poinciana
Dahoon Holly
"Nellie R. Stevens" Holly
Jacaranda
Southern Red Cedar
Golden Rain Tree
Crape Myrtle
Sweet Gum
Southern Magnolia
Weeping Bottle Brush
Black Gum
American Hophornbeam
Ginkgo
Balsam Fir
Tamarack
White Spruce
Black Spruce
red spruce
jack pine
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Royal Poinciana
Dahoon Holly
Nellie R. Stevens Holly
Jacaranda
Jacaranada
Southern Red Cedar
Golden Rain Tree
Crape Myrtle
Weeping Bottlebrush
Mango
Slash Pine
RED MAPLE
HONG KONG ORCHID (Bauhinia blakeana)
BLACK OLIVE (Bucida Buceras)
GUMBO LIMBO (Bursera Simaruba)
SATIN LEAF (Chrysoplyllum Oliviforme)
CITRUS TREE (Citrus Spp.)
SIGNATURE TREE/PITCH APPLE (Clusia Rosea)
PIGEON PLUM (Coccoloba Diversifolia)
SILVER BUTTONWOOD (Conocarpus Erectus Var. Sericeus)
GEIGER TREE (Cordia Sebestena)
Geiger Tree
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.
White Pine
any of several 5-needled pines with white wood and smooth usually light gray bark when young
Beech Tree
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
Sycamore
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
Sassafras Tree
yellowwood tree with brittle wood and aromatic leaves and bark. 3 different types of leave can be found on this tree.
Sweet Gum
a North American tree of the genus Liquidambar having prickly spherical fruit clusters and fragrant sap.
Sweet Birch
Root beer, anyone?
Tuliptree
Tulip shaped leaves
Amur corktree
Shade tree . Black round fruits. Smells like turpentine. Dioecious, no showy flowers. Massive branching. Cork-y bark
Red Maple
3 pointed leaf, serrated, red helicopter seeds
Norway Maple
-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
Sugar Maple
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
White Oak
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
Red Oak
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
Chestnut Oak
(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
Bittersweet
poisonous perennial Old World vine having violet flowers and oval deep orange berries
Norway Spruce
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Wild Grape
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Black Walnut
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Paulowhia
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Spice Bush
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Hickory
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Holly
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Tree of Heaven
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English Ivy
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Pokeberry
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Dogwood
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Eastern Red Cedar
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Staghorn sumac
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Eastern Hemlock
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Lichens
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Larch
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Virginia Creeper
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Cattails
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Osage Orange
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Poison Ivy
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white pine
bittersweet vine
pignut hickory compound leaves
ash tree - straight limbs
Norway maple
sugar maple
red oak
sumac
ailanthus (tree of heaven)
Virginia creeper
buckthorn
red pine
red maple
Rocky Mountain Maple (ang.)
acer glabrum
Silver Maple(ang.)
Acer saccharinum
Hackberry (Elm)(ang.)
celtis occidentalis
Russian Olive(ang.)
elaeagnus angustifolia
Green Ash(ang.)
fraxinus pennsylvanica
Honey Locust(ang.)
gleditsia triacanthos
Plains Cottenwood(ang.)
populus sargentii
Quaking Aspen(ang.)
populus tremuloides
American Plum(ang.)
prunus americana
Gambel Oak(ang.)
quercus gambelii
White Willow(ang.)
salix alba
Peachleaf Willow(ang.)
salix amygdaloides
american elm(ang.)
ulmus americana
White Fir (conif.)
abies concolor
Rocky Mountain Juniper
juniperus scopulorum
Colorado Blue Spruce
picea pungens
Bristlecone Pine
pinus aristata
Lodgepole Pine
pinus contorta
Pinyon Pine
pinus edulis
Limber Pine
pinus flexilis
Ponderosa Pine
pinus ponderosa
Douglas Fir
pseudotsuga menziesii
sassafras tree leaf
witch-hazel tree leaves
sweetgum leaves
sycamore leaves
western serviceberry leaves
frosted hawthorn leaves
american plum leaves
oregon ash leaves
velvet ash leaves
desert willow leaves
honey locust
compound
northern red oak
lobed simple, acorn seeds
shagbark hickory
compound dentate, hickory nuts
sweetgum
lobed dentate, spiney ball
sugar maple
opposite lobed with sharp edges
eastern white pine
5 needles per leaf bundle, nondeciduous tree
white oak
smooth lobed, acorns
black walnut
compound alternate, walnuts
birch
alternate dentate
scotch pine
2 needles per leaf bundle, smaller cones
Deciduous
Trees and shrubs with flat leaves
They shed leaves at the end of the growing season.
Have seeds, berries or nuts
Birch
A tree with thin, white peeling bark.
Oak
A tree with rounded or pointed lobed leaves.
Has acorns for seeds.
Maple
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.
Beech
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
Oak leaf
Elm
Sycamore
Ash
Crabapple
Arborvitae
TREE, evergreen, smooth leaves, sweet pine smell, little cones, native to VT
Ash (green)
TREE Pinnately compound leaves, tiny fruits
Beech
TREE, hairy beech nuts, smooth silvery bark, sharp buds
Birch (river and paper)
TREE, distinct bark, triangular leaves, flower at tip of branches
Crabapple*
TREE, mini apples, come back next year
Dogwood (flowering and Korean)
TREE, large white flowers, two types of buds, reddish leaves
Elm (American)
TREE, side of roadways, branches grow up, get really tall
Gingko
TREE, fan shaped leaves, fruits, memory enhancing
Honeylocust*
TREE, Pinnately compound leaves, two different leaf types, native to VT, lets some sun in
Linden (little leaf)*
TREE, heart shaped, assymetrical leaf base, one side of leaf higher, cluster of seeds
Maple*
TREE,invasive in VT, male pleaf, flying helicopters, dense shade
Oak*
TREE, round or jagged leaves, acorns
Pear
TREE, mini hairy pears, glossy spade shaped leaves, fishy smelling foliage
Pine
TREE, group of 5 needles, pine cones, wider cone than spruce
Spruce
TREE, blue wax on needles, compact cylindrical cone, looks like upside down ice cream come
Boxwood*
SHRUB, dense, used to sculp, opposite small ovalshaped leaves, doesn't like salt
Burning Bush
SHRUB, invasive to VT, foliage is red in fall, spreads rapidly
Forsythia
SHRUB, mounding shrub, clusters of buds
Holly
SHRUB, glossy dark green leaves with berries
Hydrangea
SHRUB, pompom flowers, pink (basic), blue (acidic), white (can't change)
Juniper
SHRUB, spikey, used to flavor gin, low to ground
Lilac
SHRUB, heart shaped leaf, lilac, white pink purple cut flower, stem ends in 2 buds
Magnolia
SHRUB, red seed, flower bud, pink warts (stale) on branches
Rhododendron*
SHRUB, evergreens, dry out, north side
Rose
SHRUB, prickles
Viburnum
SHRUB, opposite hairy leaves, fall foliage on top first
Yew
SHRUB, red berries, flattened bristles, used for sculptures
Pachysandra
GROUNDCOVER, ever green, low to ground, groes vertical
Vinca
GROUNDCOVER, vine, lies horizontal, small flowers

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