15 June 2013

Vanderbilt's online Tree ID

If your yard is anything like ours, trees pop up willy nilly and about half the time we aren't sure

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whether to pull them up, move them or leave them where the birds planted them.

Vanderbilt University's tree ID site couldn't be any easier to use for trees common to TN and similar climates.

Check it out at
http://www.cas.vanderbilt.edu/bioimages/tree-key/tree-key.htm


For Native & Naturalized Plants of the Carolinas and Georgia and similar climates, go to this link
at Name that Plant.

In or near Minnesota? Check out Key Plants appearing in the Field Guides to Native Plant Communities of Minnesota: Forests and Woodlands.

Northeastern Shrub and Short Tree Identification online book is at http://www.esf.edu/ivm/PDFs/ShrubID%20preview.pdf

Trees of Texas: Tree Identification 101 is at http://www.isatexas.com/images/pdf_files/TreeID/Key_to_Texas_Tree_Species_TFS.pdf

The Huachuca Audubon Society has a tree key for AZ and NM at
http://www.huachuca-audubon.org/TREE_KEY.pdf

You get the idea - there is a tree ID website for each of us!

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