My dad used to take us on "nature walks", so I've grown up interested in nature. Now I share that with my children.

I sometimes forget that many people live so far away from a variety of plants that they aren't familiar with the differences. I hope this helps:


linden, littleleaf:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...ittleleaf.html

linden, silver:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...en_silver.html

birch, silver:
http://www.treesforlife.org.uk/tfl.birch.html

pine (see site for many kinds):
http://www.oplin.org/tree/name/commonname.html

gingko:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...ko/gingko.html

oak (see site for many kinds):
http://www.oplin.org/tree/name/commonname.html

possible kind pictured p 46:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...d/oak_red.html

possible kind pictured p 52:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...amp_white.html

walnut, black:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...nut_black.html

maple: (see site for many kinds):
http://www.oplin.org/tree/name/commonname.html

cherry, black:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...rry_black.html

elm, American:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag..._american.html

beech, American:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pages/beech/beech.html

willow, weeping:
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag...w_weeping.html

willow: (see site for many kinds):
http://www.oplin.org/tree/name/commonname.html

ironwood (American Hornbeam):
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pag..._american.html

tigerwood (not a North American tree, couldn’t find a leaf example):
http://www.iswonline.com/wwp/wom/goncaloalves.cfm

http://www.exotichardwoods-southamer...ncaloalves.htm