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1.  Alder (black), common alder

Rapidly growing tree mature at about 60 years with long trunk and narrow crown. Distinctive outline in winter. Height 20m or more.

2.  Ash (claret)

Little Mediterranean ash.

3.  Ash (common)

Vigorous, deciduous, spreading tree. Dark green pinnate leaves sometimes become yellow in autumn.

4.  Ash (flowering)

Flowering Ash

5.  Ash (mountain), rowan, quickbaum

Rowans are excellent small ornamental trees for parks, gardens and wildlife areas . A small tree typically 4-12 m tall growing in a variety of habitats throughout northern Europe and in mountains in southern Europe and southwest Asia. Its berries are a favorite food for many birds .Deciduous spreading tree. Leaves have mid-green leaflets that turn red or yellow in autumn. Bears white flowers in spring and red fruits in autumn.

6.  Ash (trimmed)

Ash stump shoots.

7.  Ash mountain

8.  Aspen

Parks or gardens.

9.  Beech-a (common)

Young common birch, studied in forest type density.

10.  Beech-b (common)

Big beech growing in high density forest conditions.

11.  Bilberry, blueberry, whortleberry

Deciduous, usually prostrate shrub. Has small, heart shaped, leathery, bright green leaves. Pendent, bell-shaped, pale-pink flowers in early summer are followed by round, blue-black fruits.

12.  Birch (silver), European white birch

Deciduous, broadly columnar or conical graceful tree. Has slender, drooping shoots and silver-like bark that becomes black and rugged at base of trunk with age.

13.  Birch European

14.  Bulrush, cat's tail

Grass silhouette, swamp plant.

15.  Cedar (blue)

Decorative tree. Parks and gardens.

16.  Cherry (Wild)

Wild cherry

17.  Cherry tree (cornelian)

Deciduous, spreading open shrub, green leaves change to reddish-purple in autumn, sulfur yellow flowers in late winter or early spring, then fruits turn red on maturity.

18.  Cherry tree (wild)

19.  Cotoneaster

Bush with partly vertical bearing spread out, evergreen-like leaves, limited in height as if trimmed.

20.  Daphne (February)

Deciduous, spreading, bushy shrub, white or creamy-white flowers, spherical yellow fruits.

21.  Elm (common)

Tree with broad and round port. Glazed, null and void foliage. Flowering in cymes globular in spring, samares with broad wing.

22.  Fern (lady)

Lady fern, under wood type fern, also growing along shady banks.

23.  Fern (male)

Male fern, persistent frond, slender.

24.  Field maple bush shape

It's a deciduous tree reaching 15-2m tall with finely fissured , often somewhat corky bark. Field Maple is widely grown as an ornamental tree in parks and large gardens

25.  Fir (silver)

26.  Grass (tufted hair)

Decorative tuft of hair grass.

27.  Hazel (Turkish)

Deciduous, conical tree with oval leaves.

28.  Heath

Winter heather with persistent leaves.

29.  Heather 'Spring Cream'

Little heath with white blossom.

30.  Heather (Scotch)

Evergreen bushy shrub. Spike of flowers are produced from mid-summer to late autumn.

31.  Holly

Evergreen much-branched and usually erect shrub or tree, with dark green leaves.

32.  Hornbeam

33.  Horsechestnut-a

Young isolated tree without any pruning often found in urban areas. Requiring pruning in the adult stage (see horsechestnut b or horsechestnut d).

34.  Horsechestnut-b

simulates a periodic trimming of the Horsechesnut-a often found in urban areas along city avenues.

35.  Horsechestnut-c

red horsechestnut tree, file simulating periodic trimming

36.  Horsechestnut-d

simulates a periodic trimming of the Horsechesnut-a often found in urban areas within public parks and gardens.

37.  Ivy (creeping English)

Creeping form of English common ivy.

38.  Juniper (creeping common)

Conifer spreading shrub commonly used in horticulture as an ornamental shrub, throughout the cool temperate Northern Hemisphere from the Arctic south in mountains to around 30°N latitude in North America, Europe and Asia.

39.  Laburnum (Voss's)

They are native to the mountains of southern Europe from France to the Balkan . The Laburnum are is widely grown as an ornamental tree in parks and large gardens .They have dark green deciduous leaves, yellow flowers at the end of spring and summer.

40.  Lady's Mantle

Lady's mantle, rock plant, ground covering with persistent leaves.

41.  Larch (European)

Fast-growing, deciduous conifer with a conical crown when young, broadening on maturity.

42.  Laurel 'Otto Luyken'

Otto Luyken laurel, shrub with abundant white flowers in spring, persistent leaves.

43.  Laurel (Portugal)

Evergreen, bushy, dense spreading shrub, white flowers appear in early summer, followed by deep purple-red fruits.

44.  Laurustinus

Evergreen, dense shrub with oval, dark green leaves. Freely produces flat heads of small, white blooms open from pink buds during late winter and spring, sometimes autumn blossom may happen.

45.  Lime (Broad-leaved - linden)

Deciduous spreading tree. Has rounded, dark green leaves.

46.  Lime (common), common linden

Trimmed lime tree.

47.  Lime (small leaved), small leaved linden

Young small leaved lime tree.

48.  Manzanita

Evergreen, trailing, sometimes arching shrub. Has small, bright green leaves and bears white flowers in summer, that are followed by globose red fruits.

49.  Maple (field) tree shape

50.  Maple (Norway)

Deciduous, vigorous spreading tree, large lobed, bright green leaves that turn yellow or orange in autumn.

51.  Maple (sycamore)

52.  Oak (common)

Big tree with drawn up then spread out port and null and void foliage. Flowering in spring with then ovoid fruits.

53.  Oak (English)

54.  Olive tree (Russian), oleaster

Russian-olive is a small, usually thorny shrub or small tree that can grow to 30 feet in height. Its stems, buds, and leaves have a dense covering of silvery to rusty scales. Has narrow, silvery-gray leaves.

55.  Pine (Austrian)

Parks or plantations.

56.  Pine (Bhutan)

Native to the Himalayas , it grows at high altitudes in mountain valleys at altitudes of 1800-4300 m (rarely as low as 1200 m), and is a tree from 30-50 m in height. It grows in a temperate climate with dry winters and wet summers. Its hardiness allows its use in Mediterranean plantations.

57.  Pine (dwarf), mountain pine, Swiss mountain pine

Spreading, shrubby conifer. Has bright to dark needle-like leaves.

58.  Pine (Maritime)

Coniferous with persisting foliage, long needles and a slow growth.

59.  Pine (Scots)

Forest plantation tree.

60.  Pine laricio

Native to Corsica. Perfectly straight tree which can attain 40 meters in height and age to 600 years.

61.  Poplar (black)

Forest plantations, rest areas.

62.  Poplar (Lombardy)

Isolated or lined trees.

63.  Poplar (white)

Planting type : Parks or gardens.

64.  Reedmace (lesser)

65.  Spruce ('pyramidalis' Norway)

Outspread branches.

66.  Spruce (Norway)

Slender tree, Christmas tree.

67.  Spruce (white)

Silvery green Canadian spruce.

68.  Spruce Norway

69.  Stonecrop (white)

Evergreen woody-stocked stonecrop, basal rosette perennial leaves, terminal heads of star-shaped flowers in summer.

70.  Sycamore - trimmed (American), Plane tree (trimmed)

Trimmed isolated tree with goblet-shape, in squares and esplanades.

71.  Sycamore b (American), Plane tree-b

Tall plane tree trimmed every 17 years.

72.  Sycamore tree (American), Plane tree

Planting type : Isolated trees or lined plantings.

73.  Wall spray

Semi-deciduous, tiff-branched, spreading shrub, small white flowers are followed by red berries.

74.  Walnut (common)

Native to the Carpathian Mountains of eastern Europe, but often found growing wild eastward to Himalayas and China. Widely cultivated throughout this region and elsewhere in temperate zone of the Old and New World. Juglans regia is a deciduous tree growing to 20m by 20m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 5 and is frost tender.

75.  Wayfaring tree

Vigorous, deciduous, upright shrub, dark green leaves sometimes reddish in autumn, flattened heads of creamy white flowers in spring sometimes followed by red fruits that ripen to bluish black.

76.  Whitty pear

Is sometimes known as the True Service Tree to distinguish it from the Wild Service Tree, it is native to western and southern Europe (north to south Wales), northwest Africa, and southwest Asia.

77.  Willow (basket)

78.  Willow (weeping)

Parks or gardens.

79.  Willow (white)

Fast-growing, deciduous, spreading tree, conical when young. Has narrow, bright, silver-gray leaves.

80.  Yew

Low clump plant.

81.  Yew (forest)

Fast growing conifer, with a broad crown.