This fungi was found off of the trail at the Union bay natural area.
This tree is located near the UW farm along stevens way. They can reach heights of 40 feet and live for hundred of years. This cedar has bright greed needles that are in bundles. The new growth in the needles are a brighter color than the older ones.
This is one of the long needles that comes from a big cone pine outside the School of forest resources. True to its name, the cones on these trees are huge.
The gingko tree is native to china. The species have females and males. However, people tend to only use male ginkgo trees in public spaces because the females produce a rancid smell.
This tree drop little seed pods that are sterile. This was located in from of Roberts hall. They do well in urban environments because they are tolerant to air pollution.