Find out more about these trees and how to identify them, from laburnum to oak.
Trees in this group are a striking yellow when in flower.
One of the few deciduous conifers.
This group of deciduous trees has sweet-scented flowers.
Trees in this group are noted for their large, white or pink flowers.
Also known as ginkgo, female trees are less common than males as they produce unpleasant smelling fruits.
These trees can grow to 25m and produce white, fragrant flowers.
The trees in this group, including the sycamore, have fruits that are winged and in pairs.
A tree with large, scale-like leaves and twisted branches. They are often planted as a curiosity.
These trees have bushy crowns and produce raspberry-like fruits.
This group has large, spreading trees that produce the familiar acorn fruit.