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RedBud
  RedBud
Early settlers sometimes used redbud blossoms as a salad food. Redbud bark was used to treat common


Seems like a Judas-tree, but it is NOT
  Seems like a Judas-tree, but it is NOT


Unnamed
  Unnamed


Goldenrain tree
  Goldenrain tree
Medicinal Uses: The flowers are ophthalmic. They are used in the treatment of conjunctivitis and epi


Avocado
  Avocado
P. americana has a long history of being cultivated in Central and South America; a water jar shaped


Pinyon Pine
  Pinyon Pine
The pinyon pine nut (seed) species will take 18 months to complete its maturity, however, in order t


Bristlecone Pine
  Bristlecone Pine


Aspen Tree
  Aspen Tree


Persimmon
  Persimmon
Used as food and medicine by many Native American tribes. The persimmon native to North America is t


English Walnut
  English Walnut
The walnut was introduced into western and northern Europe very early, by Roman times or earlier, an


Cashew
  Cashew
It was brought to India and East Africa during the 1400s by Portuguese missionaries. Medicinal Uses


American Witch Hazel
  American Witch Hazel
Hamamelis virginiana was well known as a medicinal plant by Native Americans. Cherokee, Chippewa, Ir


Yerba maté
  Yerba maté
Name meaning: The word mate is Spanish for "gourd," and refers to the small gourd cup in w


Impala Lily
  Impala Lily
This member of the Apocynaceae family was given this name by Johann Friedrich Klotzsch in 1861. It


Papery Birch
  Papery Birch


Greenspire Tree?
  Greenspire Tree?


Elm Tree with Slime Flux
  Elm Tree with Slime Flux
This tree looks to be infected with slime flux, or wet wood.


Yew Tree
  Yew Tree
The Yew Tree is poisonous, except for the ripe red berries. The seeds are toxic.


Russian Olive Tree
  Russian Olive Tree
The fruits are edible and sweet, though with a dryish, mealy texture.


Whispy Tree
  Whispy Tree


Oak Tree
  Oak Tree


Birch Tree
  Birch Tree


Sassafras
  Sassafras
The name sassafras is a Native American name used by the Spanish and French in Florida in the middle


Sweet Gum
  Sweet Gum
The earliest record of the tree appears to be in a Spanish work by F. Hernandez, published in 1651,


Desert Date
  Desert Date
Medicinal Uses: It is useful in anti bacterial, loss of appetite, pain in abdomen. The fruits have b


Flame of the Forest
  Flame of the Forest
Medicinal Uses: Bark has medicinal properties. The traditional healers use the leaves of Peltophorum


Holly
  Holly
The ancient Romans used holly in their winter Saturnalia festivals. When early Christians celebrated


Mimosa
  Mimosa
Silk tree was introduced to the U.S. in 1745. Silk tree continues to be a popular ornamental because


Red Buckeye
  Red Buckeye
Early settlers made a soap substitute from its gummy roots, and they made home remedies from its bit


RedBud
  RedBud
Early settlers sometimes used redbud blossoms as a salad food. Redbud bark was used to treat common


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