Comparison of the evergreen Cedar tree’s leaves when living and dead.
Forest tree Stump in winter capped with snow
Winter image of Willow Tree branches
Maple Tree with squirrel or bird nest hole
Winter tree branches in the forest with snow cover!
Oak leaf fallen from the tree over winter
American Beech Tree leaves on a sunny winter day.
Majestic image of a country maple tree lane.
Work starts with the seedlings set in two nice rows.
One’s reward matures over the next 15-25 years and you have a laneway of maple trees.
The paper birch tree is readily identified by it white paper bark that peels off.
This birch has fallen some time ago, life span of the birch is relatively short in comparison to other trees (100+ years) at about 30-40 years.
White trunk and branch bark is a unique feature of this tree and is a top landscaping pick for a feature tree in front yards.
We have many types of birch tree pictures at our Birch Trees page
Deciduous trees lose their leaves in the winter months and will produce new leaves in the Spring.
Many American Beech Trees hold some of their leaves during the Winter months making them readily identifiable.
Cedar rails, some call split cedar rails, are taken from cedar trees.
Property lines can be a sensitive issue between neighbors and a permanent fence is a good solution.
The cedar rail fence is popular for larger yards because considerable number of wood rails are needed.
Simple design and installation makes this type of cedar fence low cost for going long distances.
We have many types of cedar tree pictures on our Cedar Trees page
Little Christmas photo of a snowman on a hicks yew evergreen shrub.
Untraveled old deciduous forest trail photo during snowy winter months.
Autumn picture of honey locust trees .
The honey locust tree variety has smaller leaves than the regular honey locust.
Leaves turn a bright yellow and are pretty when the sun passes though on a bright Fall day.
When the sun comes out in winter months it can cause the snow to melt off buildings creating long icicles.
Winter icicles can be quite striking to look at as the sunlight travels through them as seen in the above forest photo.
Deciduous trees lose their leaves seasonally in the winter but some leaves like on this Maple Tree are still holding on.
This is true with some red oak trees where a few leaves will stay on the tree until spring.
We have lots of types of maple tree pictures and can been viewed on our Maple Trees page.
Cedar being an evergreen tree makes for a great year round hedge.
These white cedar trees run the edge of a driveway and provide more of a wind break.
Many property owners plant a row of cedars as a property line break rather than use more expensive options such as a wood fence.
There are many types of cedar trees and more pictures can be found on our Cedar Trees page
Picture of the seeds from an Ash Tree.
Trees fight for light while providing nice cool shade along this farm tractor lane.
Making a natural center piece is easiest if you have access to branches of a pine and/or cedar tree.
The white pine and cedar are evergreen trees so creating a natural display can be done any time during the year,
Christmas is the best time. Especially with twinkle lights and a few snowy décor accessories.
We have lots of Pictures of Christmas Trees
Spruce trees are resilient as shown in the picture.
Out in the open, high winds blow the trees hard which has prevents them from growing up straight.
Landscapers will typically stake newly planted trees so they grow straight.
We have lots of Pictures of Spruce Trees
Red maples are an Autumn favorite.
The bigger the red maple tree, the bigger the red splash of color!
We have lots of pictures of Maple Trees
These Forest Trees have been tagged for cutting down. Why you might ask?
These are ash trees and are subject to emerald ash borer infestation which kills the trees by getting under the bark. Cutting down the trees in the forest is a plan to control the spread of the emerald ash borer (EAB )infestation.
Red oak leaves left on the tree blowing in the wind in this winter photo.