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1.  Ash (American mountain)



Roman berry (cat berry), shrub of humid areas and fir forests.

2.  Ash (white)



Canadian white ash, in clear forests or groves.

3.  Basswood (American), American linden alone



American linden, observed alone.

4.  Basswood (American), American linden forest



American linden, simulated in forests.

5.  Birch (paper) alone



Canoe birch, in clear forests or groves.

6.  Birch (yellow) alone



Cherry birch, in clear forests or groves.

7.  Bull bay



Evergreen, broadly conical dense tree, large, glossy, upperface dark green leaves, bears large white flowers from mid-summer to autumn.

8.  Catalpa (southern)



spreading tree with broad leaves, summer blossom consists in bunches of white flowers, followed by long hanging cylindrical pods.

9.  Cedar (eastern white), eastern arbovitae



Eastern arbovitae, big conifer with scale leaves.

10.  Cedar (western red)



Native to the northwestern United States and southwestern Canada . It is cultivated as an ornamental tree and also (to a limited extent) in forestry plantations and for screens and hedges.

11.  Choke Cherry Tree


12.  Cottonwood (eastern)



Necklace poplar, big poplar growing on river banks, and alluvial plains.

13.  Cypress-a (Lawson's)



Conifer with plagiotrope branches and orthotrope twigs.

14.  Cypress-b (Lawson's)



erected conifer with plagiotrope branches and twigs.

15.  Fir (balsam)



The balsam fir is a North American fir , native to most of eastern and central Canada , and south in the Appalachian Mountains, it's a small medium-size evergreen tree . The wood is used for paper and manufacture and is also a popular Christmas tree .

16.  Fir (Douglas)



Douglas fir, erected North American coniferous.

17.  Fir Oregon Douglas


18.  Fir white



White fir is a large coniferous tree that may reach 180 feet (55m). Bark on young trunks is smooth, gray and blistered with resin vesicles, becoming thick, hard and deeply furrowed into scaly ridges with age.

19.  Hemlock (eastern)



Eastern Hemlock is a coniferous tree native to eastern North America. Tree of 20-25 meters used in the large frame, construction of the bridges and paving, in the manufacture of the cases, the slats and the shingle. The industry of the tannery uses its bark which is very rich in tannin.

20.  Hickory (bitternut)



Native to North America, a medium sized tree with an open, rounded top. Its bark is grayish green with shallow furrows and interlaced ridges. Leaves are alternate, pinnate compound with 7 to 11 leaflets. Leaflets are lanceolate and serrate.

21.  Hop-hornbeam (eastern)



Parks, edges of maple wood glade.

22.  Locust (black), white locust



Tree with fast growing, opened branches and irregular shape.

23.  Locust (erected black)



Deciduous fast-growing erected form of locust. Green foliage turning yellow in autumn.

24.  Magnolia



Magnolia, tree with pyramid-like bearing

25.  Maple (ash leaved), box elder



Isolated or parks.

26.  Maple (red)



Isolated, groves, shade for houses and gardens.

27.  Maple (rocky mountain)



Small tree of shrubby form. Young set up branches of a scarlet red. Rather dense branches. Yellow colouring clearly in autumn.

28.  Maple (silver) alone



River maple, growing alone.

29.  Maple (silver) forest



River maple, growing in forest conditions.

30.  Maple (sugar) alone



Bird's eye maple, growing alone.

31.  Maple (sugar) forest



Bird's eye maple, growing in forest conditions.

32.  Mop-head



Parks or gardens.

33.  Oak (pin), swamp oak



water oak, big tree with compact foliage, conical or pyramidal shape.

34.  Oak (red)


35.  Pine (eastern white)



Plain and low mountain big pine.

36.  Pine (jack)



North American pine with its native range in Canada east of the Rocky Mountains .It is not a large tree, ranging from 9-12 m in height.

37.  Pine (ponderosa)



Native to western North America this pine can grow to 40-50 m . Although it is currently the most abundant pine in the west of the United States.

38.  Pine (red)



Native to northeastern North America . It is an evergreen tree characterized by tall, straight growth in a variety of habitats. It usually ranges from 20-35 m in height and 1 m in trunk diameter.

39.  Pine (Western white)



Native to the mountains of the western United States and Canada, specifically the Sierra Nevada, the Cascade Range, the Coast Range, and the northern Rocky Mountains, regularly growing to 30-50 m and exceptionally up to 70 m tall.

40.  Poplar (Canadian)



Tree with null and void foliage from Canada

41.  Spruce (blue)



Colorado Blue spruce, conifer with young silver blue needles.

42.  Sweet gum, red gum, bilsted



Deciduous, broadly conical to spreading tree. Glossy, green leaves turn deep reddish-purple in autumn.

43.  Tulip tree



Vigorous, deciduous tree ; deep green leaves have cut-off or notched tips and lobate sides. Bears greenish-white flowers, splashed orange in summer.

44.  Walnut (butternut), white walnut



Lemon walnut in forests.

45.  Walnut American



Also known as the Black Walnut and is the most characteristic among Midwestern US trees. Tall trees with broad crowns when in open and common in many parks.