Waynflete Campus Tree Map
<div>click on link for more information about the trees of Wayne-Henge</div> docs.google.com Wayne-Henge Eastern Hemlock Tsuga canadensis Family: pine Height: 60-70 ft Diameter: 2-3 ft Needles: ⅓-⅔ inches long, evergreen, flat, 2-ranked, dark yellow-green top with whitish underside Cones: ¾ inch long, light brown, oblong-shaped Bark: color varies from cinnamon-brown to gray, rough te...
<div>Norway Spruce</div><div>Picea abies</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Norway Spruce Picea abies Family: pine Height: 80 ft Diameter: 2 ft Needles: ½ -1 inch long, evergreen, stiff, shiny, dark green with whitish lines, 4 sided (can be twirled between thumb and finger) Cones: 4-6 inches long, light brown, thin cone-scales, oval-shaped, down hanging Bark: reddish-b...
<div>Norway Spruce</div><div>Picea abies</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Norway Spruce Picea abies Family: pine Height: 80 ft Diameter: 2 ft Needles: ½ -1 inch long, evergreen, stiff, shiny, dark green with whitish lines, 4 sided (can be twirled between thumb and finger) Cones: 4-6 inches long, light brown, thin cone-scales, oval-shaped, down hanging Bark: reddish-b...
<div>Northern Red Oak</div><div>Quercus rubra</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Northern Red Oak Quercus rubra Family: beech Height: 60-90 ft Diameter: 1 - 2 ½ ft Leaves: 4-9 inches long, 3-6 inches wide, dull light green, turns brown or dark red in autumn, elliptical, 7-11 lobes, toothed Acorns: ⅝ - 1 ⅛ inches long, ovate Bark: dark gray with blackish furrows, red inner b...
<div>Katsura Tree</div><div>Cercidiphyllum japonicum</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Katsura Tree Cercidiphyllum japonicum Family: monotypic Height: 148 ft Leaves: 3-8 cm long, 3- 3 ½ cm wide, heart-shaped, bright green Bark: light grayish brown, fissured Shape: broad conical crown The katsura tree is native to Japan and China, where it is the tallest deciduous tree. Katsur...
<div>White Ash</div><div>Fraxinus americana</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com White Ash Fraxinus americana Family: Ollive Height: 80 ft Diameter: 2 ft Leaves: 8-12 inches long, opposite, compound, paired with one singly borne at end, oval-shaped, dark green Bark: dark gray, diamond-shaped fissures Shape: conical or rounded crown [1] The white ash is native to east...
<div>Red Maple</div><div>Acer rubrum</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Red Maple Acer rubrum Family: Maple Height: 60-90 ft Diameter: 2 ½ ft Leaves: 2 ½ - 4 inches long, dull green, grow opposite, 3 main lobes with 2 smaller ones at the base Bark: gray, smooth when young, fissures deepen as tree ages Shape: rounded crown [1] The red maple is native to eastern and ...
<div>Honey Locust</div><div>Gleditsia triacanthos</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div><div><br></div><div><br></div> docs.google.com Honey Locust Gleditsia triacanthos Family: legume Height: 75 ft Diameter: 2 ½ ft Leaves: 4-8 inches long, compound, shiny, dark green, oblong Bark: gray, brown, or black, scaly, fissured Shape: flattened crown, spreading The honey locust is native to central North America. Wildlife often eat it...
<div>White Ash</div><div>Fraxinus americana</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com White Ash Fraxinus americana Family: Ollive Height: 80 ft Diameter: 2 ft Leaves: 8-12 inches long, opposite, compound, paired with one singly borne at end, oval-shaped, dark green Bark: dark gray, diamond-shaped fissures Shape: conical or rounded crown [1] The white ash is native to east...
<div>River Birch</div><div>Betula nigra</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com River Birch Betula nigra Family: birch Height: 40-80 ft Diamter: 1-2 ft Leaves: 1 ½ - 3 inches long, oval shapes, glossy dark green surface, whitish underside, slightly lobed, 7-9 veins Bark: pinkish brown or silvery gray, lustrous, shreddy, papery scales Shape: irregular spreading crown [1] ...
<div>Princeton American Elm</div><div>Ulmus americana 'Princeton'</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Princeton American Elm Ulmus americana 'Princeton' Family: elm Height: 50-70 ft Leaves: 16 cm long, toothed, dark green, compound, opposite Shape: broad, rounded crown The American elm is native to eastern and central North America. It is commonly planted alongside streets or in lawns for ...
<div>Butternut (White Walnut)</div><div>Juglans cinerea</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information </div> docs.google.com Butternut Juglans cinerea Family: Walnut Height: 40-70 ft Diamter: 1-2 ft Leaves: 15-24 inches long, yellow-green turning yellow or brown in the fall, compound (11-17 leaflets), broad, pointed tip Fruit: 1 ½ - 2 ½ inches long, oval-shaped, light green, covered with sticky hairs Bark: Light gr...
<div>Sugar Maple</div><div>Acer saccharum</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Sugar Maple Acer saccharum Wings are nearly parallel Family: maple Height: 70-100 ft Diameter: 2-3 ft Leaves: 3 ½ - 5 ½ inches long, dark green, opposite, 5 main veins, 5-lobed Bark: light gray, ridged, scaly, moderately furrowed (furrows deepen as tree ages) Shape: rounded crown...
<div>Blue Spruce</div><div>Picea pungens</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com Blue Spruce Picea pungens Family: pine Height: 80 ft Diameter: 1-2 ft Needles: ½ - 1 ½ inches long, stiff, sharp, covered with waxy blue coating Cones: 2 ½ - 4 inches long, thin papery scales, light brown, ovate Bark: silvery gray, scaly Shape: pyramidal The blue spruce is native to the Ro...
<div>White Ash</div><div>Fraxinus americana</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com White Ash Fraxinus americana Family: Ollive Height: 80 ft Diameter: 2 ft Leaves: 8-12 inches long, opposite, compound, paired with one singly borne at end, oval-shaped, dark green Bark: dark gray, diamond-shaped fissures Shape: conical or rounded crown [1] The white ash is native to east...
<div>European Beech, Copper Beech</div><div>Fagus sylvatica</div><div><br></div><div>click on link for more information</div> docs.google.com European Beech, Copper Beech Fagus sylvatica Family: beech Height: 60-100 ft Diameter: 5-10 ft Leaves: 4 inches long, broadly oblong, shiny, reddish-purple, 5-9 viens, curvy margins Bark: gray, smooth The copper beech is native to Europe, and has been cultivated there for hundreds of years. The...

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