Does anyone know what this shrub is. The leaves are very soft and bright white underneath
Any idea what this is ? I see it a lot near the beach.
Any idea on what this is. The leaves are large and opposite
Can someone help identify this tree. There are a few of them on lambton quay in wellington. The leaves are opposite without teeth. Sorry about the photo of the leaves as I could only reach a dead branch
Any idea what this tree is? I assume the nut and mottled bark are distinctive
I have no idea what this is but the fruit is so unusual that I expect it is an easy one for someone to identify.
Is this a deodar?
I see a lot of these trees with pinnate leaves and am trying to work out what they are (I also loaded photos of a tree right next to this one on a sidewalk in Blenheim) Is it an ash?
Can anyone help with he identification of this tree ? I thought it might be an ash. the clusters of leaves are quite distinctive. There are a lot of them on the sidewalks in Blenheim.
Is this a Robina ? I assume it is but there are more leaves and they are smaller than I thought. Is it a frisia varietal ?
Is this a Lawson cypress ? My neighbour was told it was a macrocarpa but the white x's on the underside of the leaves and bark made me think it wasn't.
Any ideas on what this tree is ? I thought it would be easy but I can't find it. It has pinnate leaves with three toothed leaflets _ a pair and a terminal - and prominent veins on the underside of the leaflets, like an alder
Is this a poplar ? It's a broken branch from a large tree at from frimley park in hastings.
Does anyone know which type of maple this is. I assume it is either a Norway or sugar maple but I'm not sure how Cornell the difference between the two
Is this an elm? I assumed it was because of the oblique base and the apex is not toothed but I am not very familiar with elms and it looks big and with a longer petiole than I would expect
Are these all ash ? The big one looks like white ash I thought but I couldn't see what the two smaller ones might be
Are these both Monterey cypress with one being a golden varietal ? I see a lot of the bright yellowy one and assumed they are the same but wanted to check.
Is this a type of birch ?
Any help identifying this would be appreciated. The tree has been cut down but these branches are sprouting from the base. The leaves are pinnate, toothed and strongly aromatic when crushed.
Any ideas on which type of gum this is. I thought it was a silver dollar but the bark is very flakey and the leaves have a red edge which both look different.
Is this a tea tree ? Stripey bark and strong smelling leaves so I thought it was gum but the seed cones are just like manuka and the leaves are thin
I am trying to identify the lime green cypress in the left foreground of the first photo. There are a lot of macrocarpas in this area (including those in the background on the right) and I expect it is a variant of the typical dark green macrocarpa. Is this right ? The 2nd and 3rd photos show the leaves of the two
Any thoughts on what this exotic is ? The leaves are quite strong smelling when crushed
Is this an Elm ? I thought it might be that or a Lime although I don't believe Lime's are common in NZ. It was from a juvenile tree, trunk and branches were smooth and dark. The leaves have white hairs on the underside at some of the the vein joints (which I thought were characteristic of Lime).
Any help identifying this would be appreciated. The leaves are quite stiff and the teeth quite sharp, a bit like holly.