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Identifing Your Trees

Love the tree section of this website! When I create a piece of art or craft with nature, I want to know about the tree. Sustainable collecting isn't really possible if you don't know what you're collecting and the importance of it in the eco-system, right? This guide is awesome. It shows you how to identify trees and also provides lots more useful information for us tree huggers.

from Etsy

Tree of Light Giclee Fine Art Print - Magical tree of life, light, vivid colors, branches, weeping willow

Spring Flower Blossoms - Nature Fantasy Watercolor Painting - Serene Soothing Zen Wall Art


German Forest Ranger Finds That Trees Have Social Networks, Too

German Forest Ranger Finds That Trees Have Social Networks, Too - The New York Times

Quercus agrifolia, California Coast Live Oak silhouette.

Miniature trees for doll houses made by Earthscapes by Heath 4 inches and up.

from Pacific Horticulture Society


Peeling cinnamon bark of manzanita species Arctostaphylos obispoensis.Beautiful! But this is why I gather manzanita for my fairy gardens and such in the spring and summer. Then it keeps its color year-round. If you gather in fall or winter, it will peel. Photograph by Carol Bornstein

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Charleston, SC

The Angel Oak Tree on John's Island is a symbol of Charleston, South Carolina. It is estimated to be in excess of 400-500 years old. Some contend that it is 1,500 years old. It is among the oldest trees in the United States. This magnificent oak stands 66.5 ft tall, measures 28 ft in circumference, and produces shade that covers 17,200 square feet. From tip to tip Its longest branch distance is 187 ft. A must-see!

The Manzanita - California Native Plant Society. These manzanita trees or large shrubs covered in snow look much like like the ones we have in the San Bernardino Mountains.