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Virginia Creeper Scientific name is Parthenocisus quinquefolia It is a vine It produces fruit in the fall Has 5 leaves
Flowering Dogwood Scientific name is Cornus Florida Produces red fruit in the fall Grows best underneath trees
Eastern Red Cedar Scientific name is Juniperus Virginiana Looks like a Christmas tree Native to Georgia
Water Oak Scientific name is Quercus nigra Little acorns Club shaped leaves
Southern Magnolia The scientific name is Magnolia grandiflora It has white creamy blooms in the summer In fall they are dark green They have seed pods located in fruits that look like pinecones
French Mulberry Scientific name is Callicarpa americana Native to Georgia It’s a small bush It produces purple fruit in the fall
Black Cherry Scientific name is Prunus serotina Small trees It produces small little cherry fruits
Sassafrass Scientific name is Sassafras albidum The leaves are shaped like turkeys feet People use to make tea from the leaves
Sweet Gum Scientific name is Liquidambar styraciflua Star shaped leaves Makes burrpods
Pecan Tree (Stewart) Scientific name is Carya illinoinensis Puts on nuts called pecans
Loblolly Pine Scientific name Pinus taeda Plate like bark Medium pine cones
Mimosa Scientific name is Albizia julibrissin Pink like flowers all summer
Cow itch vine (Trumpet Creeper) Scientific name is Campsis radicans Orange / red trumpet flowers
Chinaberry Tree Scientific name is Melia azedarach Small green and yellow berries
Hackberry or Sugarberry Tree Scientific name is Celtis occidentalis
Persimmon Tree Scientific name is Diospyros virginiana Small orange fruit in the fall
Post Oak Scientific name is Quercus stellata Cross shaped leaves
Southern Red Oak Scientific name is Quercus falcata
Morning Glory Scientific name is Ipomoea nil Has purple flowers
Yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) sassafras (Sassafras albidum) sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) black Cherry.
Identification of Forest Trees Gymnosperms Cupressaceae (Cypress/Cedar Family) Pinaceae (Pine Family)
Horticulture I Plant Identification Trees I. Acer palmatum Common Name: Japanese Maple Small, deciduous tree Wide, palmate, deeply lobed leaves Fruit:
FORESTRY: DENDROLOGY. eastern white pine Pinus strobus (Pinaceae)
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Plant ID Week 7. 1 Betula nigra COMMON NAME: River Birch Deciduous, Medium size tree FOLIAGE: Alternate, simple leaves, doubly serrate margin, diamond.
Horticulture II – LC Plant ID Trees. Acer palmatum Common Name: Japanese Maple Small, deciduous tree Wide, palmate, deeply lobed leaves Fruit: Samara.
Native Trees Week 2. Loblolly Pine Pinus taeda DESCRIPTION Leaves 6 to 9 inches long Bark on young trees dark in color and deeply furrowed Perhaps.
2004 Envirothon Training November 6, 2004 Blackbird State Forest.
Tree Identification By: Courtney Barber. Baldcypress Taxodium distichum Leaf: linear and small, ¼ to ¾ inch long, leaves look feathery and are yellow-green.
About Trees Created by: Emanuel County Institute.
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Tulip Poplar- Liriodendron tulipifera Characteristics: Brown furrowed bark, alternate simple 3-6 inch leaves with four lobes Height: ft Range:
Urban Forest Hurricane Recovery Program
Leaf and Tree Finder Study Guide 2015 Science Olympiad.
Eastern hemlock Tsuga canadensis (Pinaceae). river birch Betula nigra (Betulaceae)
Our Tree Notebook Created By: Emanuel County Institute.
Central Broadleaf Forest. American Elm (Ulmus americana) Characteristics Height: 60’-100’ Diameter: 4’ or larger Leaves: two rows, 3-6” long, 1-3”
Common Forest Trees in Virginia Easter White Pine.
Horticulture II Plant ID Trees. Acer platanoides CN: Norway Maple Large deciduous tree 40-60’ Leaves: opposite, 5-lobed, 4-7” – dark green – yellow in.
Pennsylvania Forest Stewardship Program Identifying Pennsylvania Trees.
White Fir, Abies concolor Images from
Tree Quiz. The Pines eastern white pine 5 needles per bundle, 1-5 inches long, 5 letters in “white”
Forestry ID 2 nd 9 weeks. ID Test #8 Chestnut OakQuercus prinus Live OakQuercus virginiana Post OakQuercus stellata Southern Red OakQuercus falcata White.
Tree Identification Forestry Career Development Event.
1 Let’s Learn About… Deciduous Trees!. 2 What Is a Deciduous Tree? Has broad, flat leaves –Leaves are green in summer –Leaves turn colors in the fall.
Summer Tree ID Made Easy Sanford S. Smith, Ph.D. (“Sandy”) Extension Specialist Natural Resources and Youth Education School of Forest Resources Penn State.
TREE BIBLE Horticulture A Mr. Olson Spanish Fork High Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office July 2002.
Week 9-Trees Evergreen/Deciduous. Leyland Cypress X Cupressocyparis leylandii Height: 100’ Spread: 12-17’ Scale leaves Sun Used as a border or screen.
1 Let’s Learn About… Deciduous Trees!. 2 What Is a Deciduous Tree? Has flat leaves –Leaves are green in summer –Leaves turn colors in the fall –Leaves.
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Natural Resources Week 3 Leaf Identification. White oak group Seeds mature in one year Wood pores are closed Lobes are rounded.
Seed Classification Identify seeds using a dichotomous key.
1) An interior plant that is about 4 feet tall and looks similar to a little pine or cedar tree with dark green leaves. A) Eastern White Pine B) Evergreen.
State Tree Identification Created by Rick, Sarah, Tyler, and Mo.
Tree Identification By: Tristan Yeomans. American Holly Ilex opaca Leaves are leathery, thick, evergreen, with spiny margins, arranged in clusters.
Hickory Several species are common Alternate compound leaves 5-11 serrated leaflets Edible nuts covered by a husk that splits apart in 4 pieces Large tree,
Tree Identification John Ross. Tree Identification ISA Certified Arborist Study guide for the Arborist Certification exam of the International Society.
TREE BIBLE Horticulture A Mr. Olson Spanish Fork High.
Winter Tree Identification. Evergreens (Conifers) Deciduous Leaves are needles or scalelike Leaves stay on Tree year round Fruit is a cone Sap has “antifreeze”
Paperbark Maple Acer griseum. Japanese Maple Acer palmatum.
2014 Native Tree Sale Tree Photos & Descriptions.
Plant ID Review 2 for Vocats. A medium size deciduous shrub with dark green leaves 1" to 2" long that turn a glowing brilliant red in the fall. A.Winged.
Win With Wood Tree Identification. Silver Maple Alternate – compound – lacks terminal leaflet black walnut.
WEEK 3 Plant ID EVERGREENS
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Woody Plant Identification. Anacua Leaves big and green Feels like sandpaper.
Plant ID Group #9 Horticulture 2. Picea abies Norway Spruce –Foliage: evergreen shrub with simple, needle-like shape, slightly curved; needles that persist.
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