What's that Tree?
If you're not sure how you tell the difference between a rowan and a whitebeam, or have trouble distinguishing a Serbian spruce from a Scots birch, then this is the book for you. Designed as a beginner's guide to trees, but also handy for a more experienced naturalist, What's That Tree? is an indispensable pocket guide that shows you over 150 trees from around the world and how to tell them apart.
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4in/IOcm long Acorn arrangement Q Bark color Birch bract branches bright green Broadly columnar tree Broadly conical tree Broadly spreading tree brown bark catkins Cedar Cherry Chusan Palm cm long conifers Crack Willow dense egg-shaped elliptic European Larch female cones Flower cluster Flower color flowers appear form Q Leaf Fruit shape glossy green gray bark green leaf green on top hairs HIMALAYAN BIRCH Horse Chestnut husk Japanese Laburnum Leaf color Leaf shape Leaf stalk leaf underside LEYLAND CYPRESS lobes London Plane long t Upto look for Q Magnolia Maple medium—sized midrib Monterey Pine Oriental Beech pale green Pedunculate Oak pendulous Pine pink pointed tip Poplar Prunus Q Bark Q Fruit color Q Tree form Redwood ripen from green Scots Pine seed shape and arrangement shoots Small soft Southern Beech spring Spruce tapers Toothed leaf margin Tree form Q twigs veins Whitebeam wide Willow winter buds