The needles on the Austrian Pine and in clusters of 2. This tree is planted at a park in the grass.
Needles from the tree are in clusters of five. This tree was found in the middle of a park.
The leaves have 5 lobes that are serrated and the stem is very long. The tree is in the middle of a grassy park.
The leaves are lobed and serrated with v-shaped notches. The tree was found in a grassy park near a pond.
The tree has compound leaves that are pointed at the tips. The tree was found in the middle of a park.
A quaking aspen in the woods behind my house. It is next to a cornfield and a forest.
A White Spruce that was in my forest behind my house. It was surrounded by other White Spruces.
A slippery elm I found in the woods behind my house. It was surrounded by pine trees
A Northern red oak that was in the forest behind my house. There were no red oaks around it.
A sweet crabapple tree on the side of my driveway in a pine forest. The apples are edible and are not very sour, but are quite small.
An American Elm I saw on the side of my driveway in a pine forest. It was surrounded by thorn bushes and was huge compared to other trees around it.
A Sugar Maple that I found on the side of my driveway in a pine forest. The tree's branches were far from the tree itself.
A Norway Spruce that is in a pine forest in front of my house. The bark is thick and tough, the tree also has pinecones in abundance.
A pine tree in the yard in front of my house that is part of a pine forest. It has palm tree like needles and its bark is black at the bottom but white at the top.
Small patch along moist partially open trail
Infrequent along border of woods along Headwaters bike trail.
I have been waiting for the right moment to photograph this plant. Lord knows I've seen a lot of it lately (and still rash-free, believe it or not), but I've never felt the urge to take a photo until this day. There's still a better photo to be taken out there on some future foray, but I like this one for now.
Frequent on sphagnum hummocks in poor shrub fen with Alnus rugosa, but generally common throughout shrub swamp and fen.
Frequent in sedge meadow and occasional in cinquefoil shrub fen.