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This is by Cecilia Betancourt and Carlos Ortiz

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 Trees!! Trees!! Presentation Transcript

  • By: Carlos Ortiz and Cecilia Betancourt
  • TREE CLASSIFICATION PROJECT By: Carlos Ortiz and Cecilia Betancourt
  • TREE CLASSIFICATION PROJECT
  • The Blue Spruce!
  • The Blue Spruce! The genus of the Spruce tree is the Picea. The scientific name of the Blue Spruce is Picea pungens. Blue Spruce is kind of like an evergreen. But there are different things about it too. Blue spruce trees have needles that are ¾ to 1 ¼ inches long. They also have cones that grow up to 2 to 4 inches long, they mature in the fall. The tree looks like a medium to large tree with a pyramidal form reaching up to 80 feet tall. The branches appear layered, especially with age. The Spruce tree is the most important tree for paper. The Blue Spruce can also look like the Engelmann Spruce, Norway Spruce,
  • The Blue Spruce! The genus of the Spruce tree is the Picea. The scientific name of the Blue Spruce is Pic pungens. Blue Spruce is kind of like an evergreen. But the different things about it too. Blue spruce trees have needles that are ¾ to 1 inches long. They also have cones that grow up to 4 inches long, they mature in the fall. The tr looks like a medium to large tree with a pyram form reaching up to 80 feet tall. The branches layered, especially with age. The Spruce tree is most important tree for paper. The Blue Spruce also look like the Engelmann Spruce, Norway S
  • We all know that Carlos and I go to the same school which is LMS so we have gone out doors around the school and found a Blue Spruce we took a picture of it and this is what it looked like. We found the tree next to a house on Grant Street. The address is 1128 N.Grant St. Another place where the Blue Spruce can be found is in Colorado.
  • Blue Spruce Locations! We all know that Carlos and I go to the same school which is LMS so we have gone out doors around the school and found a Blue Spruce we took a picture of it and this is what it looked like. We found the tree next to a house on Grant Street. The address is 1128 N.Grant St. Another place where the Blue Spruce can be found is in Colorado.
  • Blue Spruce Locations!
  • Blue Spruce Locations! We all know that Carlos and I go to the same school which is LMS so we have gone out doors around the school and found a Blue Spruce we took a picture of it and this is what it looked like. We found the tree next to a house on Grant Street. The address is 1128 N.Grant St. Another place where the Blue Spruce can be found is in Colorado.
  • The Sugar Maple!
  • The Sugar Maple! The scientific name of the sugar maple is Acer saccharum. The tree can grow to be up to a height of more than 100 feet and a diameter of 3 feet or more! The leaves are a bright green towards the top, and pale green down to the bottom. These leaves turn bright yellow, orange or red in the fall. The Sugar Maple is an extremely important species to the ecology of many forests in North America.The Sugar Maple tree can grow to be up to 82-115 feet tall. Carlos and I went outside to find a Maple tree and we did. This is what we found!
  • The Sugar Maple! The scientific name of the sugar maple is Acer saccharum. The tree can grow to be up to a height of more than 100 feet and a diameter of 3 feet or more! The leaves are a bright green towards the top, and pale green down to the bottom. These leaves turn bright yellow, orange or red in the fall. The Sugar Maple is an extremely important species to the ecology of many forests in North America.The Sugar Maple tree can grow to be up to 82-115 feet tall. Carlos and I went outside to find a Maple tree and we did. This is what we found! !
  • More Maple Trees!
  • More Maple Trees!
  • More Maple Trees! The Sugar Maple tree can be found to the left of the this house. The address is 1116 N. Grant
  • The Honey Locust
  • The Honey Locust !
  • The Honey Locust The scientific name of the Honey Locust is Gleditsia triacanthos. ! Honey locusts can reach a height of 66–100 ft, with fast growth, they really don’t live long they live for about 120 years some living up to 150. The honey locust is a North American tree. Thornless honey locust seed pods and seeds are consumed by livestock and wildlife such as rabbits, deer, and squirrels.The pulp on the insides of the pods is edible, unlike the Black locust, which is toxic.
  • The Honey Locust!
  • The Honey Locust! The Honey Locust is like the Black Locust. A honey locust can be found in eastern North America. The Honey Locust can also be found in front of our school.
  • The Silver Maple! The silver maple has a scientific name the Acer saccharinum it is also called creek maple, river maple, silver leaf maple, soft maple, water maple, or white maple. These trees are a species of maple native to eastern North America in the eastern United States and adjacent parts of southeast Canada. The Silver Maple is a fast growing tree. It usually reaches a hight of 50 - 80 ft tall. The silver maple has brittle wood, and is commonly damaged in storms. It is also commonly cultivated outside its native range, showing tolerance of a wide range of climates, growing successfully as far north as central Norway and south to Orlando, Florida.
  • The Silver Maple!
  • The Silver Maple! The silver maple has a scientific name the Acer saccharinum it is also called creek maple, river maple, silver leaf maple, soft maple, water maple, or white maple. These trees are a species of maple native to eastern North America in the eastern United States and adjacent parts of southeast Canada. The Silver Maple is a fast growing tree. It usually reaches a hight of 50 - 80 ft tall. The silver maple has brittle wood, and is commonly damaged in storms. It is also commonly cultivated outside its native range, showing tolerance of a wide range of climates, growing successfully as far north as central Norway and south to Orlando, Florida.
  • The Silver Maple Location!
  • The Silver Maple Location! The Silver Maple can be found on the west of our school it is to the right side of this house address, 1110 N.Grant st.
  • The Green Ash!
  • The Green Ash! The Green Ash has a scientific name its name is Fraxinus pennsylvanica. Green ash trees have an average life span of 100 to 120 years. The wood of Green Ash trees form strong branches.The canopy of the Green Ash Trees is shaped pyramidal or globular, and the leaves are opposite-just like the branching habit that shows opposite placement.The Green Ash tree can live to be 100 years old with a 3 foot trunk diameter.
  • Green Ash Location! The Green Ash can be seen on the side of our school too.