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Ana H, Naomi J, and Dana D's Tree Classification Project

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    • 1. TREE CLASSIFICATION
    • 2. TREE CLASSIFICATION By Dana, Naomi, and Ana!
    • 3. Tilia Americana
    • 4. Tilia Americana Known as the Basswood
    • 5. Tilia Americana Known as the Basswood Facts The Basswood is a thin bark. Its also sensitive to fire. They use this kind of wood in children's toy and in furniture. Its soft and easy to work with. It has a genus of 30 species.
    • 6. Tilia Americana Known as the Basswood Facts The Basswood is a thin They are related to the: bark. - American Basswood Its also sensitive to fire. They use this kind of wood in children's toy and in furniture. Its soft and easy to work with. It has a genus of 30 species.
    • 7. Tilia Americana Known as the Basswood Facts The Basswood is a thin They are related to the: bark. - American Basswood Its also sensitive to fire. They use this kind of wood in children's toy and in furniture. Its soft and easy to work with. It has a genus of 30 species.
    • 8. Tilia Americana Known as the Basswood Facts The Basswood is a thin They are related to the: bark. - American Basswood Its also sensitive to fire. They use this kind of wood in children's toy and in furniture. Its soft and easy to work with. It has a genus of 30 species.
    • 9. Amelanchier
    • 10. Amelanchier Known As The Juneberry
    • 11. Amelanchier Known As The Juneberry Facts -A Juneberry tree can grow between 8 ft-25 ft -It had about 20 species - It grows slow - It doesn’t like growing in dry soil or very wet
    • 12. Amelanchier Known As The Juneberry Facts -A Juneberry They are related to: tree can grow between 8 ft-25 -Asian Service berry ft -Nantucket service -It had about 20 berry species - It grows slow - It doesn’t like growing in dry soil or very wet
    • 13. Amelanchier Known As The Juneberry Facts -A Juneberry They are related to: tree can grow between 8 ft-25 -Asian Service berry ft -Nantucket service -It had about 20 berry species - It grows slow - It doesn’t like growing in dry soil or very wet
    • 14. Amelanchier Known As The Juneberry Facts -A Juneberry They are related to: tree can grow between 8 ft-25 -Asian Service berry ft -Nantucket service -It had about 20 berry species - It grows slow - It doesn’t like growing in dry soil or very wet
    • 15. Carya Ovata
    • 16. Carya Ovata Known As The Shagbark
    • 17. Carya Ovata Known As The Shagbark Facts ~Shagbark hickory trees are slow growers so you'll need to plant early if you want to harvest. ~Shagbark hickory trees are deciduous ~They grow in full to partial sun. ~"Shagbark" hickory trees get their name from the interesting flaky bark they have.
    • 18. Carya Ovata Known As The Shagbark Facts ~Shagbark hickory trees They are related to are slow growers so you'll the: need to plant early if you want to harvest. ~Pecan Tree ~Shagbark hickory trees ~Beaked Hickory are deciduous ~They grow in full to partial sun. ~"Shagbark" hickory trees get their name from the interesting flaky bark they have.
    • 19. Carya Ovata Known As The Shagbark Facts ~Shagbark hickory trees They are related to are slow growers so you'll the: need to plant early if you want to harvest. ~Pecan Tree ~Shagbark hickory trees ~Beaked Hickory are deciduous ~They grow in full to partial sun. ~"Shagbark" hickory trees get their name from the interesting flaky bark they have.
    • 20. Carya Ovata Known As The Shagbark Facts ~Shagbark hickory trees They are related to are slow growers so you'll the: need to plant early if you want to harvest. ~Pecan Tree ~Shagbark hickory trees ~Beaked Hickory are deciduous ~They grow in full to partial sun. ~"Shagbark" hickory trees get their name from the interesting flaky bark they have.
    • 21. Cercis Canadensis
    • 22. Cercis Canadensis Known As The Judas Tree
    • 23. Cercis Canadensis Known As The Judas Tree Facts ~The Judas Tree is used as an ornamental tree. ~The wood is heavy and hard but since it has an irregular shape and is small. ~It is unavailable to be used as lumber.
    • 24. Cercis Canadensis Known As The Judas Tree Facts ~The Judas Tree is used as an ornamental tree. They Are ~The wood is heavy and Related To hard but since it has an irregular shape and is The: small. ~Eastern Redbud ~It is unavailable to be used as lumber.
    • 25. Cercis Canadensis Known As The Judas Tree Facts ~The Judas Tree is used as an ornamental tree. They Are ~The wood is heavy and Related To hard but since it has an irregular shape and is The: small. ~Eastern Redbud ~It is unavailable to be used as lumber.
    • 26. Cercis Canadensis Known As The Judas Tree Facts ~The Judas Tree is used as an ornamental tree. They Are ~The wood is heavy and Related To hard but since it has an irregular shape and is The: small. ~Eastern Redbud ~It is unavailable to be used as lumber.
    • 27. Pinus Resinosa
    • 28. Pinus Resinosa Known As The Red Pine
    • 29. Pinus Resinosa Known As The Red Pine Facts ~It can grow from 60 ft. to 100 ft. ~Seeds from the pine feed Songbirds and Bald Eagles usually build their nests at the top. ~Needles are 4 in. - 6 in. ~For a Red Pine to grow it needs full sunlight but not much water is required when it is full grown. ~Pine’s can spread out over 30 ft. across.
    • 30. Pinus Resinosa Known As The Red Pine Facts They Are Related To ~It can grow from 60 ft. to 100 ft. The: ~Seeds from the pine feed ~White Pine Songbirds and Bald Eagles usually build their nests at the top. ~Jack Pine ~Needles are 4 in. - 6 in. ~For a Red Pine to grow it needs full sunlight but not much water is required when it is full grown. ~Pine’s can spread out over 30 ft. across.
    • 31. Pinus Resinosa Known As The Red Pine Facts They Are Related To ~It can grow from 60 ft. to 100 ft. The: ~Seeds from the pine feed ~White Pine Songbirds and Bald Eagles usually build their nests at the top. ~Jack Pine ~Needles are 4 in. - 6 in. ~For a Red Pine to grow it needs full sunlight but not much water is required when it is full grown. ~Pine’s can spread out over 30 ft. across.
    • 32. Pinus Resinosa Known As The Red Pine Facts They Are Related To ~It can grow from 60 ft. to 100 ft. The: ~Seeds from the pine feed ~White Pine Songbirds and Bald Eagles usually build their nests at the top. ~Jack Pine ~Needles are 4 in. - 6 in. ~For a Red Pine to grow it needs full sunlight but not much water is required when it is full grown. ~Pine’s can spread out over 30 ft. across.
    • 33. Pinus Resinosa Known As The Red Pine Facts They Are Related To ~It can grow from 60 ft. to 100 ft. The: ~Seeds from the pine feed ~White Pine Songbirds and Bald Eagles usually build their nests at the top. ~Jack Pine ~Needles are 4 in. - 6 in. ~For a Red Pine to grow it needs full sunlight but not much water is required when it is full grown. ~Pine’s can spread out over 30 ft. across.