Find out more about these trees and how to identify them, from service tree to yew.
Trees in this group are deciduous and have leaves similar to rowans.
Trees in this group have unusual and very distinctive fruits.
Trees in this group are evergreen and have needles spreading out around the shoot.
The leaves of this tree become bright orange or red in autumn.
This tree bears its flowers and fruits simultaneously in the autumn.
This deciduous tree produces the edible chestnut.
Trees in this group can be between 10m and 30m tall, producing round fruit.
Sycamore is a well-known species of maple found in the British Isles. It grows into a large tree when mature.
Trees in this group are deciduous, rather twiggy and slender.
A fast-growing deciduous tree with colourful fruits.
Unrelated to the tulip plant, these trees can reach 45m and have large, cup-shaped flowers.
Trees in this group are tall and spreading, producing the familiar walnut.
A tall evergreen tree, reaching 90m when full grown.
A tall, evergreen tree with reddish bark.
Trees in this group are deciduous, and they get their name from the pale undersides of the leaves.
Trees in this group are deciduous and medium-sized.
The smaller branches of this deciduous tree often hang almost to the ground.
An evergreen tree with flat needles and red fruit.