Suburban yard. Juvenile and stock still while I went within 1.5m. 50f and drizzly
I found this tree on East Bath Road. It was appx. 10 feet tall. It has short,sharp needles.
I found this tree on East Bath Road. It has long needles that are in tufts of five needles in a bundle.
Very small pine plant in front of someone's house. Has small berries
In front of someone's house. Small pine like bush. It had berries
90 ft tall. Long skinny pine cone pointy bristles. Has sap
Fruit has not yet developed. Tree is young and is about 10 feet. Fruit is naked a has dots covering its surface. Angiosperm, alternate.
Habitat: Water Works Park around a park.
Distinctive leaf. 20 ft tall. Little blue fruits. At the edge of a woods
100 ft tall. In the middle of the woods. Smooth bark
Even though the tree was short, I believe it to be young and growing into this. Pine combs have not yet grown. Tree was about 25-30 feet tall. Gymnosperm, needles, and dark green.
Habitat: Water Works Park in a shady area about 16 feet from a pond.
About 1 centimeter per individual needle. Alternate or opposite? Undeniable .
Habitat: Water Works Park 10 feet near a pond.
85 ft tall. In the middle of the woods. Grey, rough bark
About 65 ft tall, alternate leaves. Found in the middle of a forest
Gymnosperm, about 11-17 inches per each twig, about 2 centimeters for each individual leaf, dry bark, fruit, pine cones, no picture of it due to allergies.
Habitat: Water Works Park in a more sunny area where water is about 10 feet away.
Leaf is about 4-4.5 inches tall, not lobed, smooth, color changed by weather, fruit, angiosperm. Short tree; dwarf.
Habitat: Shaded area away from all of the other trees.
Tons of leaves/branches, acorns,Alternating
Leaf is about 5.75 inches tall, v-shaped notches, angiosperm, and had fruit but it was beyond my reach.