Tree (disambiguation)

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This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same or a similar title.

Types of trees (plant):

  • Developing Article Acer palmatum: Deciduous tree commonly known as the "Japanese Maple". [e]
  • Developing Article Apple (tree): Pomaceous fruit of an apple tree, species Malus domestica, family Rosaceae. [e]
  • External Article Dacrydium_cupressinum: A large evergreen coniferous tree endemic to the forests of New Zealand. [e] (aka Rimu)
  • Stub Ginkgo: Dioecious tree, commonly known as the maidenhair tree (Ginkgo biloba), that is native to China and is cultivated as a shade tree, and is regarded as a living fossil. [e]
  • Developing Article Maple: Deciduous tree or shrub of the genus Acer of the North Temperate Zone, having opposite, usually palmate leaves and long-winged fruits borne in pairs. [e]
  • Developing Article Medlar: A fruit tree of minor importance, Mespilus germanica, mostly cultivated as an ornamental tree. [e]
  • Developing Article Peach: The popular fruit produced by the tree Prunus persica. [e]
  • Developing Article Pear: The fruit of various trees in the genus Pyrus, cultivated around the world for food. [e]
  • Stub Pine (tree): A conifer belonging to the genus Pinus and the family Pinaceae. [e]
  • Stub Sorb: Several Old World trees of the genus Sorbus in the rose family, cultivated for its flowers, and whose berries are edible. [e] (aka mountain ash or service tree)

In horticulture:

  • Developing Article Espalier: A tree or shrub whose branches are trained to grow in only two dimensions, usually supported on a lattice or frame (also called an espalier). [e]
  • Developing Article Specimen_tree: Ornamental tree planted as a feature in a house park or garden. [e]
  • Topiary: The clipping of shrubs or trees into ornamental shapes. [e]
  • Stub Tree Shaping: In horticulture, the practice of training a tree or shrub to grow into a specific shape. [e]
  • Developing Article Treehouse: A shelter built in, or supported in part by, a tree or multiple trees. [e]