Identifying Trees Of Nebraska

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What is that tree with the beautiful white flowers? What is that tree with the wide spreadingnches? Take a stroll around your town or a drive across the state and you may ask yourself these, and other, questions about the numerous types of trees you will see. There are hundreds tree species in Ne.ska and across the .Has also been written about Ne.ska trees, but a simple and well il.rated guide which would enable anyone to identify our trees and to become better acquainted with them has never before been pub- lished. The chief purpose of this little book is to offer a ready and direct means for the identification of our native and .Acq~~ainltad with some native and introduced trees of Ne.ska. Invlud- ed arc dcsc.riptions and i1.r:ltions of thc leaf, winter twig, and fruit of. '.Facts about Ne.ska forests, state tree, and native tree species. Information includes rare or endangered tree species, native tree families and genera, invasive/noxious weeds and pests, and links to individual tree species..

What is that tree with the beautiful white flowers? What is that tree with the wide spreadingnches? Take a stroll around your town or a drive across the state and .Acq~~ainltad with some native and introduced trees of Ne.ska. Invlud- ed arc dcsc.riptions and i1.r:ltions of thc leaf, winter twig, and fruit of '.HANDBOOK OF NE.SKA TREES BY RAYMOND J. POOL INTRODUCTION Ne.ska is not to be cl.ified as a forested state since less than 3 per cent of the area of the state is covered by natural timber. How ever our native forest trees are numerous as to different kinds and their distribution in the state is characterized by many .The state tree of Ne.ska changed in 1979 from the American elm to the Eastern cottonwood, Populus deltoides. Ne.ska was home to the 85 foot tall National Champion cottonwood until the summer of 2007 when itd and was later removed. Cottonwood trees were an important part of pioneer life in Ne.ska..

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