Swamp white oak Leaf is wider at the top Wavy and uneven lobes Wedge shaped base Only acorn borne on a long stalk Found in wet places- surprised?
Red cedar Tree has two types of needles- sharp pointed (left picture) and scale like-(right picture) Sharper are on younger trees Seed is a blue berry with a whitish tinge Wood used for fence post and moth proof closets
White pine Needles in clusters of 5 Only native pine tree with more than 2 needles per cluster Needles 2-4“ long Cone is 3-7” long with white sticky resin on them Tree used for windbreaks and Christmas trees as well as lumber
Sassafras Varied leaf with three shapes Margin of the leaf is entire Leaves turn red and yellow in fall Seeds turn purple when mature Tea made from the roots
Red Mulberry Leaves are varied with three shapes This leaf has TOOTHED margins Fruit is a red/black berry
Week 3 Quiz 1.Which tree can we make tea from their roots? 2.Which oak has acorns borne on a long stalk? 3.The oak whose acorn has a hairy fringe around the cap? 4.Tree with three leaf shapes and margins are entire? 5.A tree with three leaf shapes and margins are toothed? 6.Pine with needles in clusters of five is a _____ pine. 7.This tree has a thorn ¾ inch by each petiole. 8.A tree that the wood is used for fence post. 9.Turkeys and deer are fond of this oak’s acorns…. 10.Oak found on ridges south of here.
Answers to this weeks questions…. 1.Sassafras 2.Swamp white oak 3.Bur oak 4.Sassafras 5.Red mulberry 6.White pine 7.Osage-orange 8.Red cedar 9.White oak 10.Chestnut oak
Want 10 bonus points??? Write out the answers to this weeks quiz and turn into me. If you are one of the first 3 people to do so- I will give you bonus points- but mums the word- want to see how many students are looking at this!!