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Tree of the Month: Kentucky Coffeetree

Scientific Name: Gymnocladus dioicus The Kentucky coffeetree has been considered threatened in Ontario since 2008 through the Endangered Species Act, due to lack of suitable habitats and poor seed production….

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Tree of the Month: Nannyberry

Scientific Name: Viburnum lentago Also known as Sheepberry and Sweet Viburnum, the nannyberry is found from Saskatchewan to Quebec and New Brunswick in Canada, and from the north central to…

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Tree of the Month: Eastern Cottonwood

Photo by Chris Earley Photo by James L. Reveal Scientific Name: Populus deltoides The eastern cottonwood is generally found clustered around the lower Great Lakes in Ontario and throughout the…

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Tree of the Month: Northern Hackberry

Scientific Name: Celtis occidentalis The Northern Hackberry tree is a member of the elm tree family. It has many common names, such as the American Hackberry, Beaverwood, Common Hackberry, False…

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Tree of the Month: Norway Maple (Invasive Species)

Scientific Name: Acer platanoides The Norway Maple, and its dark red leafed relative, the Crimson King, are popular choices for city boulevards and gardens. These fast growing trees provide good…

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Tree of the Month: Ohio Buckeye

Scientific Name: Aesculus glabra Related to the European horse chestnut, the Ohio Buckeye is a rounded deciduous tree with low, sweeping branches that arch upwards at the ends, and dense…

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Tree of the Month: Pagoda Dogwood

Scientific Name: Cornus alternifolia Pagoda Dogwood, otherwise known as Alternate-leaf Dogwood, is a common understory and forest edge species that can be found throughout Southern Ontario. This tree gets its…

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Tree of the Month: Pawpaw

Scientific Name: Asimina Triloba The pawpaw is a small tree (or tall shrub), the only local member of the tropical custard apple family. In Canada, it is unique to the…

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Tree of the Month: Pin Cherry

Scientific Name: Prunus pensylvanica Pin Cherry is a small tree, growing up to 12 metres high and 25 centimetres in diameter (trunk). Pin Cherry trees grow at a medium rate…

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Tree of the Month: Red Maple

Image Source: Robert L. Anderson, USDA Forest Service, Bugwood.org Scientific Name: Acer rubrum The red maple is native to London. In the spring you will see brilliant red blossoms. While the…

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Tree of the Month: Red Oak

Scientific Name: Quercus rubra The red oak (or Northern red oak) is found throughout most of eastern North America. It is the provincial tree of Prince Edward Island and the…

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Tree of the Month: Eastern Hemlock

Photo by Alan Cressler Photo by Brian Lacey Scientific Name: Tsuga canadensis The eastern hemlock is native to Eastern Canada and is a prominent tree in the Maritime provinces. In…

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