New England Trees
All New England Trees
Red Cherry Pin Cherry Pigeon Cherry Bird Cherry
=Habitat and Range.=--Roadsides, clearings, burnt lands, hill slopes, occasional in rather low grounds. From Labrador to the Rocky mountains, through British Columbia to the Coast Range. Throughout New England; very common in the nort...
Abele White Poplar Silver-leaf Poplar
=Range.=--Widely distributed in the Old World, extending in Europe from southern Sweden to the Mediterranean, throughout northern Africa, and eastward in Asia to the northwestern Himalayas. Introduced from England by the early settlers and soon esta...
LARIX. PINUS. PICEA. TSUGA. ABIES. Buds scaly; leaves evergreen and persistent for several years (except in Larix), scattered along the twigs, spirally arranged or tufted, linear, needle-shaped, or scale-like; sterile and fertile flowers separate...
Ailanthus Tree-of-heaven Chinese Sumac
Sparsely and locally naturalized in southern Ontario, New England, and southward. A native of China; first introduced into the United States on an extensive scale in 1820 at Flushing, Long Island; afterwards disseminated by nursery plants and by ...
Anacardiaceae Sumac Family
=Rhus typhina, L.= Rhus hirta, Sudw. ...
The common apple; introduced from Europe; a more or less frequent escape wherever extensively cultivated, like the pear showing a tendency in a wild state to reversion. =Amelanchier Canadensis, Medic.= ...
Aquifoliaceae Holly Family
=Ilex opaca, Ait.= ...
Arbor-vitae White Cedar Cedar
=Habitat and Range.=--Low, swampy lands, rocky borders of rivers and ponds. Southern Labrador to Nova Scotia; west to Manitoba. Maine,--throughout the state; most abundant in the central and northern portions, forming extensive areas known...
Balm Of Gilead
=Habitat and Range.=--In a great variety of soils; usually in cultivated or pasture lands in the vicinity of dwellings; infrequently found in a wild state. The original site of this tree has not been definitely agreed upon. Professor L. H. Bailey re...
Balsam Poplar Balm Of Gilead
=Habitat and Range.=--Alluvial soils; river banks, valleys, borders of swamps, woods. Newfoundland and Nova Scotia west to Manitoba; northward to the coast of Alaska and along the Mackenzie river to the Arctic circle. Maine,--common; ...
Basswood Linden Lime Whitewood
=Habitat and Range.=--In rich woods and loamy soils. Southern Canada from New Brunswick to Lake Winnipeg. Throughout New England, frequent from the seacoast to altitudes of 1000 feet; rare from 1000 to 2000 feet. South along the mou...
=Habitat and Range.=--Moist, rocky soil. Nova Scotia through Quebec and Ontario. Maine,--abundant; New Hampshire,--throughout the state; common on the Connecticut-Merrimac watershed, enters largely into the composition of the hardwood forests o...
Betulaceae Birch Family
=Ostrya Virginica, Willd.= Ostrya Virginiana, Willd. ...
Bitternut Swamp Hickory
=Habitat and Range.=--In varying soils and situations; wet woods, low, damp fields, river valleys, along roadsides, occasional upon uplands and hill slopes. From Montreal west to Georgian bay. Maine,--southward, rare; New Hampshire,--easte...
Black Ash Swamp Ash Basket Ash Hoop Ash Brown Ash
=Habitat and Range.=--Wet woods, river bottoms, and swamps. Anticosti through Ontario. Maine,--common; New Hampshire,--south of the White mountains; Vermont,--common; Massachusetts,--more common in central and western sections; Rhode Islan...
Pomaceae Apple Family
Pomaceae Apple Family