Urban & Community Forestry
|Whether you're a homeowner trying to decide what kind of tree(s) to plant on your property, or a city arborist thinking ahead to what types of trees to plant on your streets or in your city's parks and open spaces, these short but informative "featured tree" handouts taken from our Forests for Oregon quarterly magazine, contain information on several tree species, such as tree identification, care, and maintenance. |
They include photos of the tree, bark, cones, leaves and flowers, special site needs and information about wildlife use, conflicts to watch for, and fall color. We hope you find them useful.
Oregon State University, Department of Horticulture also offers a great catalogue of Landscape Plants featuring images, identification tools, and information about each tree or plant. OSU Landscape Plant Guide