Learn to Identify Trees
To identify a tree, you need to consider two major aspects: what various parts of a tree look like, and whether or not your tree will grow in a particular area. You can then use a key, which takes into account various aspects of a tree appearance.
Arbor Day Society's online tree identification site for Eastern/Central and Western
"CAUTION! --- Both Poison Sumac and Poison Ivy occur in Ohio. Read about
them; know what they look like before you touch unknown trees, shrubs or vines!"
A dichotomous key is a tool that can be used to identify trees. "Dichotomous" ... If
you end up with two matching pictures you have identified the tree correctly. ...
Ever wonder how to identify a particular tree type? We've compiled a great list of
resources to help you identify all types of trees.
List of Tree Species in New York, Washington DC, or the Northeast available on
Leafsnap. Leafsnap is an electronic field guide for tree and plant species in New
A simple tree leaf identification key for 100 of the most common North American
tree's common name and species name.
Chart of British Trees, Leaves and Fruit. Download also Autumn Leaves - 3 page
Pictorial List from Nature Detectives. ALDER. BUCKTHORN. ALDER.
Leaf ID - Easily Leaf Identification! This small program for tree identification will
get you soon lead to success. What is the shape of the leaf? Is it a single leaf like
Welcome to the Urban Tree Key, a resource for identifying the 250 most common
urban tree species in California! When you're trying to identify a particular tree, ...