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How to Identify a Tree
Introduced species hardy in southwestern British Columbia leaves
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Acorn alder autumn axils balsam fir balsam poplar Bark Smooth base beneath birch botanical botanist bracts branches British Columbia broadleaf bud and leaf bud scales Buds Terminal bud Canada clusters cm in diameter cm long Cone scale conifers cotyledons Crataegus crown cultivars dark green deciduous drooping dwarf shoots eastern Fruit capsule genus globular gray grayish-brown Habitat hairless hairs hairy Hardy Lateral bud Latin leaf scar leaf stalk leaflets Leaves Deciduous lenticels lobes maple Mature bark Mature seed native neoformed North America north as Zones nutlet pairs pine Pollen catkin Pollen cones Pollen flowers Quick Recognition Leaves reddish reddish-brown resin ridges Root system rounded scaly seed catkins seed cones seed flowers seed right seedcase Seedlings serviceberry shiny shrubs small trees species spruce tapered teeth Trunk Twigs Slender Twigs Stout upper surface usually Vegetative Reproduction vein scars western hemlock whorls willow winged seed Winter twig Wood yellow yellowish-green