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Oak Trees

tree - Burr Oak

Burr Oak

is a species of oak tree native to eastern North America. It is in the white oak section.

More information can be found on the Burr Oak Wikipedia page

tree - Pin Oak

Pin Oak

is a tree in the red oak section of the genus Quercus. Pin oak is one of the most commonly used landscaping oaks in its native range due to its ease of transplant, relatively fast growth, and pollution tolerance.

More information can be found on the Pin Oak Wikipedia page

tree - Red Oak

Red Oak

is an oak tree in the red oak group. It is a native of North America, in the eastern and central United States and southeast and south-central Canada.

More information can be found on the Red Oak Wikipedia page


Maple Trees

tree - Freeman Maple

Freeman Maple

is a naturally occurring hybrid maple that is the result of a cross between red maple and silver maple.

More information can be found on the Freeman Maple Wikipedia page

tree - Hedge Maple

Hedge Maple

is a very common shrub throughout Europe where it is used as a hedge, tolerates pruning very well; also nice as a shade tree; one of the most adaptable of the maples to a wide range of growing conditions

More information can be found on the Hedge Maple Wikipedia page

tree - Sugar Maple

Sugar Maple

is a species of flowering plant in the soapberry and lychee family Sapindaceae. It is best known for being the primary source of maple syrup and for its brightly colored fall foliage.

More information can be found on the Sugar Maple Wikipedia page


Other Trees

tree - Honey Locust

Honey Locust

is a deciduous tree in the family Fabaceae, native to central North America where it is mostly found in the moist soil of river valleys.

More information can be found on the Honey Locust Wikipedia page

tree - Japanese Elm

Japanese Elm

is a hardy spreading umbrella-shaped tree native to Japan and northeastern Asia. This species is reported to be highly resistant to Dutch Elm disease and is used to develop resistant cultivars.

More information can be found on the Japanese Elm Wikipedia page

tree - Tulip Tree

Tulip Tree

is a genus of two species of characteristically large trees, deciduous over most of their populations, in the magnolia family. These trees are widely known by the common name tulip tree or tuliptree for their large flowers superficially resembling tulips.

More information can be found on the Tulip Tree Wikipedia page