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1.  Arbousier (forme buisson)

Typical from the Mediterranean flora with red fruits.

2.  Arbousier d'Amérique

Native to West America it's a tall tree, 50-100 ft, with its glossy foliage. California Indians ate the fruit raw and cooked.

3.  Arbre de Judée

Small tree to 10-15 m tall native to the south of Europe and Southwest Asia, it's an ornamental tree in parks and gardens . According to the legend, Judas would have been hung with this tree. Spreading tree or shrub, pea-like magenta flower buds are followed in spring by pink flowers before oval leaves emerge.

4.  Caroubier

Shrub or small tree with spread out port and persisting foliage.

5.  Cèdre bleu

Decorative tree. Parks and gardens.

6.  Cèdre du Liban

Native from mountains of the Mediterranean region, from Turkey and Lebanon west to Morocco. Leaves dark green to blue-green. The tree measures from 20 to 40 m.

7.  Châtaignier-a

Deciduous tree with a spreading crown. Old version of this tree which can be simulated from 20 to 60 years old but cannot be simulated younger than 20 years old. For a younger version of this tree, please refer to Chestnut tree-b.

8.  Chêne pubescent

9.  Chêne vert

Tree originated from South-West Europe and North Africa with rounded port and persisting foliage a little thorn-bush.

10.  Chêne vert (forme cépée)

Tree originated from South-West Europe and North Africa with rounded bush shape and persisting foliage, a little thorn-bush.

11.  Chêne vert (forme taillée)

Tree originated from South-West Europe and North Africa pruned for fruits production with persisting foliage, a little thorn-bush.

12.  Chèvrefeuille rampant

Climbing shrub with persisting or semi-persistent foliage.

13.  Ciste blanc, ciste cotonneux

Evergreen, bushy shrub. Leaves are oblong and white-felted. Saucer-shaped, pale rose-pink flowers open in early summer.

14.  Cyprès d'Italie

Erected columnar coniferous.

15.  Cyprès de Provence pyramidal

Open, upright conifer. Dark green-green foliage.

16.  Dattier des Canaries

17.  Dracaena, Cordyline

18.  Epine du Christ ou arbre à chapeau

Large shrub or shrubby tree having sharp spines and pinnate leaves with small deciduous leaflets and sweet-scented racemose yellow-orange flowers; grown as ornamentals or hedging or emergency food for livestock.

19.  Eucalyptus commun

The Tasmanian Blue Gum or Blue Gum Eucalyptus, is one of the most widely cultivated trees native to Australia. They typically grow from 30-55 m (98 to 180 feet) tall. The natural distribution of the species includes Tasmania and southern Victoria. The Tasmanian Blue Gum was proclaimed as the floral emblem of Tasmania .

20.  Figuier de Barbarie

21.  Filaire à feuilles étroites ou à feuilles d'olivier

Evergreen shrub, sometimes bushy, lower face of leaves is silvery, looking like olive tree ones, discreet blossom ; is followed by bluish berries.

22.  Filao

23.  Filoa taillé - AITO, TOA

24.  Flamboyant

25.  Frêne à fleurs

Flowering Ash

26.  Frêne oxyphylle

Little Mediterranean ash.

27.  Genévrier oxycèdre, cade

Evergreen, sometimes a small shrubby tree. Needles are green-green an thorny.

28.  Laurier rose

Flowered bushes limited in height as if been trimmed.

29.  Laurier sauce

30.  Laurier-tin

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.

31.  Lavande

Lavanda, shrubby plant with summer blossom.

32.  Lin de Narbonne

Clump-forming semi-perennial plant, has grayish-green leaves, important dark-blue summer blossom.

33.  Lin textile

34.  Micocoulier

Mediterranean nettle tree, slow growing tree.

35.  Mimosa commun

36.  Myoporum

Myoporum flourishes is native to New Zealand. They are found widely in Australia and the South Pacific. It was introduced to California as a horticultural species and grown in coastal areas from San Francisco Bay to San Diego. It is most common in urban, disturbed areas, below 900 feet elevation. It is not known to spread by vegetative means, but it can re-sprout from stumps.

37.  Nerprun (forme buisson)

Deciduous, bushy, arching shrub with narrow, silvery leaves, bright orange berries on female plants (mostly used).

38.  Nerprun (forme tige)

A good evergreen shrub for a hedge or screening that has nice green foliage throughout the year. Spring-blooming greenish-yellow flowers produce dark black fruits.

39.  Noyer commun

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.

40.  Olivier (Européen)

Fruit bearing Mediterranean tree simulating an old olive tree. An olive tree can grow very old. so, the age units are dimension units and do not reflect the real physiological age.

41.  Olivier taillé

42.  Palmier (Phœnix)

Phoenix Mediterranean palm tree.

43.  Palmier de Guadeloupe

Native to Guadalupe Island that grows to 30 feet (10m) with a highly fissured trunk. The large fan-shaped leaves are shiny green and flowers black fruits.

44.  Palmier de Washington

Palm tree with persisting, large webbed sheets whose ends of the lobes form wire. Set up port and single feather-grass.

45.  Palmier du Mexique

46.  Palmier méditerranéen

Chamaerops humilis is today one of the most popular palm tree in Southern Europe. It can resist to very cold temperature and dry period. It is very used in parks and gardens.

47.  Peuplier d'Italie

Isolated or lined trees.

48.  Peuplier tremble

Parks or gardens.

49.  Pin d'Alep

Conical, open-crowned conifer with an open growth of bright green leaves, sometimes green-green.

50.  Pin de l'Himalaya

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.

51.  Pin laricio

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

52.  Pin noir d'Autriche

Parks or plantations.

53.  Pin parasol, pin pignon

Conifer with a rounded crown on an apparently short trunk.

54.  Pistachier lentisque

55.  Pistachier térébinthe

Dioïc shrub from Mediterranean area with diffuse port and null and void foliage. Flowering at the end of spring with red drupes.

56.  Ricin commun

57.  Rince bouteille pleureur

Callistemon viminalis occurs naturally on the east coast of Australia . It is more common along watercourses on the coastal plains where it forms a shrub or small tree up to 8 m tall; larger specimens up to 18 m tall have also been recorded. The leaves are lanceolate. The flowers are borne in spikes with prominent red stamens. Callistemon viminalis is extremely adaptable in cultivation.

58.  Romarin commun

Evergreen, bushy, dense shrub with narrow leaves. Small purplish-blue to blue flowers appear from mid-spring to early summer and sometimes in autumn.

59.  Séquoia côtier

Native to California it's an evergreen, long-lived tree living for up to 2,000 years and is commonly considered the tallest tree in the world, reaching up to 115.5 m (378 ft). Redwood burls are used in the production of table tops, veneers, and turned goods. The phenols and tannins present in old growth redwood stock affords excellent termite and water damage protection .

60.  Vigne vraie

Deciduous, woody-stemmed plant cup shape trimmed for grape harvesting. Green lobed leaves turn to yellow to purple in autumn.