Trees of Oklahoma

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Trees:

Trees

Tree:

Tree A tall plant, over 12 feet tall at maturity Usually has only one woody trunk, some trees have multiple trunks Are the largest of all living things, some are over 300 feet tall Are the oldest living things, some Sequoia trees are 3500 years old

Bark:

Bark The outer layer of protective cells, not living tissue Can be smooth, bumpy, knotty or peeling

American Elm:

American Elm

Hackberry:

Hackberry

River Birch:

River Birch

Silver Maple:

Silver Maple

Sycamore:

Sycamore

Leaves:

Leaves The green portion of a plant where photosynthesis takes place Usually a broad flat structure, but sometimes may be needle-like or scale-like

American Holly:

American Holly

Chinese Pistache:

Chinese Pistache

Needle-like Leaves:

Needle-like Leaves Long, thin, usually pointy leaves

Bald Cypress:

Bald Cypress

Pinon:

Pinon

Shortleaf Pine:

Shortleaf Pine

Scale-like Leaves:

Scale-like Leaves

Long, thin leaves:

Long, thin leaves

Cane:

Cane

Broad Flat Leaves:

Broad Flat Leaves

Ginkgo:

Ginkgo

Slippery Elm:

Slippery Elm

Smooth Edges:

Smooth Edges

Toothed Edges:

Toothed Edges

Chinquapin Oak:

Chinquapin Oak

Birch:

Birch

Mock Orange:

Mock Orange

Wavy Edges:

Wavy Edges

Lobed Edges:

Lobed Edges

Maple Leaf Oak:

Maple Leaf Oak

Sassafras:

Sassafras

Simple Leaves:

Simple Leaves

Compound Leaves:

Compound Leaves

American Elm:

American Elm

American Holly:

American Holly

Bald Cypress:

Bald Cypress

Black Cherry:

Black Cherry

Black Willow:

Black Willow

Bristly Locust:

Bristly Locust

Black Jack Oak:

Black Jack Oak

Chinese Pistache:

Chinese Pistache

Cottonwood:

Cottonwood

Dogwood:

Dogwood

Eastern Red Cedar:

Eastern Red Cedar

Elderberry:

Elderberry

Sumac:

Sumac

Golden Raintree:

Golden Raintree

Gooseberry:

Gooseberry

Green Ash:

Green Ash

Hackberry:

Hackberry

Hawthorn:

Hawthorn

Honeylocust:

Honeylocust

Huckleberry:

Huckleberry

Mimosa:

Mimosa

Pin Oak:

Pin Oak

Persimmon:

Persimmon

Red Maple:

Red Maple

Redbud:

Redbud

River Birch:

River Birch

Shortleaf Pine:

Shortleaf Pine

Sycamore:

Sycamore

Texas Buckeye:

Texas Buckeye

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