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!"
... INSTRUCTIONS · OHIO'S BIG TREES || OHIO DIVISION OF FORESTRY ...
States License. For help with identification please contact your local public library
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.
Identifying and Classifying organisms is fundamental to Biological Sciences. All
living things are divided up into groups. Each individual in the group has similar ...
Dichotomous Tree Identification Key. A dichotomous key is a tool that can be
used to identify trees. "Dichotomous" means "divided into two parts." Therefore, a
Orange eye butterflybush... Buddleja globosa [popup] Orange-ball-tree ...
Cercidiphyllum japonicum [popup] Katsura tree... Cercis canadensis [popup]
Tree Identification. If you can't tell your ash from your hickory, this is the place to
start. Begin with the basics – bark, leaves, branch structure, flowers and fruit.
Tree Identification. Home › Tree Identification. Tree Identification Resources.
What is a Tree? ... Native and Naturalized Trees of Utah. View profiles for 48