C to E trees

Find out more about these trees and how to identify them, from cedar to evergreen oak.

  • Cedar tree cone

    This is a group of tall, evergreen conifers.

  • Cherry blossom
    Cherry tree factsheets

    Factsheets on nine groups or species of cherry tree - bird, Fuji, Japanese, morello, rum, spring, St Lucie, Tibetan and wild cherry.

  • Cherry laurel leaf
    Cherry laurel

    A fast-growing evergreen with glossy black fruit.

  • Cherry-plum

    These are one of the first Prunus species to flower in the spring and are often confused for true cherries.

  • Coast redwood tree needles
    Coast redwood

    This is the tallest conifer tree, capable of reaching 112m.

  • Cockspur-thorn flowers

    This group of thorny trees produce red or orange fruits.

  • Cornelian cherry fruit
    Cornelian cherry

    The fruits of this tree are acidic but edible.

  • Cotoneaster fruit

    This group of small trees has impressive and colourful berries in the autumn.

  • Flowering crab-apple

    This description covers a group of flowering crab apples, not wild crab-apples.

  • Cypress tree cones
    Cypress tree

    A group of evergreen trees - one of the most commonly planted species is the leyland cypress, Cupressocyparis leylandii.

  • Elder fruit

    Elder trees are small and bushy with outward curving branches.

  • Elm seeds

    A group of deciduous trees with reddish or purplish flowers.

  • Eucalyptus tree adult leaves

    This group can have juvenile or adult leaves, which are different in shape.

  • Evergreen magnolia flower
    Evergreen magnolia

    Usually 10–15m tall, they produce very large, creamy white flowers.

  • Evergreen oak tree
    Evergreen oak

    This medium-sized tree is also known as the holm oak.