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www.questionsanswered.net/article/how-to-identify-a-tree-by-its-foliage

People have an innate curiosity about the natural world around them, and identifying a tree by its leaves can satisfy that curiosity. In addition, many people use trees for landsca...

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If you're trying to create a tropical oasis, you'll definitely need a palm tree or two. With a wide array of palm tree varieties, you've got lots to consider before you buy a palm ...

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Surface and sub-soil tree roots become problems when they invade sewers, create cracks in sidewalks and rise prominently in your yard. Here are some tips to safely and effectively ...

www.treehugger.com/sweetgum-tree-overview-1343173

A guide to identifying sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua). Find out more about the sweetgum tree's habit, range, silviculture, and management. Steve Nix is a member of the Society ...

www.instructables.com/Identifying-Dogwood-Trees

Identifying Dogwood Trees: This is the second Instructable I have done in regards to identifying trees. As with the last one I did on Identifying Beech trees, I learned this from p...

todayshomeowner.com/how-to-identify-a-tree

Isabel asks, “How do I identify a tree in my yard?”With almost 700 species of trees native to the US and Canada, most of us need help identifying them. Read on for some tips on how...

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The last time I put up a Christmas tree, my cat, Houdini, was beside himself. If you have pets, I bet you already know what happened. It's a dramatic story involving a spectacular ...

www.treehugger.com/beginning-guide-to-winter-tree-identification-1343460

Learn how to properly recognize and name common dormant tree species, mainly in Eastern North America, in this beginner's guide. Steve Nix is a member of the Society of American Fo...

www.treehugger.com/spruce-fir-doug-fir-baldcypress-hemlock-1343487

Confires like spruce, hemlock, and fir can easily be identified as separate genera, then as individual species, by observing their needles and cones. Steve Nix is a member of the S...

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These tree pictures will allow you to stroll through the world of walnuts, maples, redwoods and more. Check out these tree pictures at HowStuffWorks. Advertisement By: Marie Bobel ...