Thuja Plicata – Western Redcedar trees are quick to grow into massive green columns. It’s a popular tree for landscaping.
Abies Amabilis – The Silver Fir originates from the Pacific Northwest. Fir trees are the furry part of the spruce family. Instead of spiky tips, the leaves (needles) are rounded and soft to the touch.
Platanus ✕ Acerifolia – Londen Planes line city streets all around the world. Its striking camouflage bark and deep green foliage make this tree stand out.
Acer Pseudoplatanus – Maple trees are very diverse in color, bark and leaf shape. This one is called Pseudoplatanus for its resemblence to Plane Trees. Maples carry the brilliantly engineered helicopters which carry their seeds across long distances.
Quercus Rubra – Red Oaks are native to Eastern North America and have very attractive lobed leaves with saturated autumn colors.
Tilia ✕ Europaea – Common Linden. Linden trees are popular street trees. They are also a bee favorite, which love the abundant flowers.
Fagus Sylvatica – European Beech. One of the most majestic forest trees. Impressive branches fluently branch into big fans of leaves. Outside the woods, Beeches are often used as ornamental trees in parks and large gardens.
Acer Cappadocicum – Maple trees are very diverse in color, bark and leaf shape. This vatiety has thick leaves, the top side being leathery glossy. Maples carry the brilliantly engineered helicopters which carry their seeds across long distances.
Betula Papyrifera – Paper Birches wear a very attractrive white bark, with flaky white sheets resembling sheets of paper. Their leaves are quite large when compared to the Silver Birch, and its bark even whiter. Its fall color is an intense yellow.
Liriodendron Tulipifera – Tulip Tree. Despite its tropical appearance, this close relative to Magnolia’s endures harsh winters and prefers the climate of the Northeastern United States, where it originates.