Ever had trouble telling a maple from an oak? Or distinguishing a pine from a spruce? If you’re like most people, it’s a pretty difficult task – and one that can be quite frustrating. But don’t worry, with a little bit of help, you can learn to identify the different types of trees in your area.
The tree in the photo is a white oak. White oaks are typically found in the eastern United States and can grow up to 150 feet tall.
This tree is a species of oak. Oaks are tall trees, reaching heights of 100-200 feet. They have large branches and leaves. The bark is rough and scaly. The leaves are opposite, spiral shaped, and about 6-12 inches long. The flowers are green and inconspicuous. The fruit is a nut-like seed which ripens in autumn.
The tree in the picture is a willow. Willow trees are used for building materials, such as fences and panels. They are also used for making furniture and other objects.
Ways to Care for a Tree
There are many species of trees, and they all need different care in order to thrive. Here are a few tips to help you keep your tree healthy:
-Water the tree regularly, using a water penetrant fertilizer if needed.
-Fertilize the tree every two months during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer.
-Prune the tree regularly to maintain its shape and prevent it from becoming overgrown.
-Remove any dead or diseased limbs or branches.
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This is a sapling of the redwood tree. The redwood tree can grow to be over 300 feet tall and up to 2.5 inches in diameter.