Find out more about these trees and how to identify them, from pagoda tree to rowans.
These are popular as ornamental trees, and have impressive white flowers.
These trees can grow up to 8m and feature deep or pale pink, occasionally white, flowers.
Trees in this group can grow to 20m, and the familiar fruits may be pear or almost globe-shaped.
The needles of pines in this group appear in bundles of 2.
The needles of pines in this group appear in bundles of 3.
The needles of pines in this group appear in bundles of 5.
These tree are tolerant of pollution so they are frequently planted as street trees.
These trees can reach 10m and have red or purple fruits.
These trees have both their flowers and fruits arranged in catkins.
Small trees with red to purplish-black fruits.
This tree has attractive foliage and bright yellow flowers in the summer.
Trees in this group are small and have spectacular flowers.
Rowans are part of the Sorbus genus, along with whitebeams and service trees.
Rowans are a group of distinctive small trees, especially when in fruit or flower.