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Acer cissifolium

Acer cissifolium is a maple native to Japan, from southern Hokkaidō south through Honshū and Shikoku to Kyūshū. It is a deciduous small tree or large shrub growing to 5-10 m, rarely 15 m tall, with smooth gray bark. Young shoots are green, often ...

Acer crataegifolium

Acer crataegifolium, is a species of maple in the snakebark maple group, native to mountains forests of central and southern Japan, on Honshū, Kyūshū, and Shikoku. It is a deciduous small tree or shrub that grows to a height of 5-10 m, with a tru ...

Aesculus turbinata

Aesculus turbinata, common name Japanese horse-chestnut), is native to Japan but cultivated elsewhere. It is a tree up to 30 m tall. Flowers are white to pale yellowish with red spots. Capsules are dark brown, obovoid to pyriform. The seeds were ...

Fagus crenata

Fagus crenata, known as the Siebolds beech, Japanese beech, or buna, is a deciduous tree of the beech genus, Fagus, of the family Fagaceae. It is native to Japan, where it is widespread and often one of the dominant trees of Japans deciduous fore ...

Fagus japonica

Fagus japonica, known as the Japanese beech, Japanese blue beech or in Japanese as inubuna or kurobuna, is a deciduous tree of the beech family Fagaceae. It is native to Japan, where it is one of the main tree species in natural deciduous forests ...

Hamamelis japonica

Hamamelis japonica, Japanese witch-hazel, is a species of flowering plant in the family Hamamelidaceae, native to Japan but widely cultivated in temperate situations elsewhere. A horizontally spreading, hardy deciduous shrub or small tree, it is ...

Lithocarpus edulis

Lithocarpus edulis is a species of stone-oak native to Japan. It is an evergreen tree growing up to 15 metres tall. The nuts are edible for people but taste bitter. The nuts contain tannins, however soaking them in water removes them. It is culti ...

Neolitsea aciculata

Neolitsea aciculata is a species of small evergreen tree) in the family Lauraceae. It is found in Japan and Taiwan. In Taiwan, it grows often in mixed coniferous and broad-leaved forests in valleys throughout the island.

Salix yoshinoi

Salix yoshinoi is a species of willow tree native to central Japan. It is a deciduous tree, reaching a height of 25 m.

Tsuga sieboldii

Tsuga sieboldii, also called the southern Japanese hemlock, or in Japanese, simply tsuga, is a conifer native to the Japanese islands of Honshū, Kyūshū, Shikoku and Yakushima. In Europe and North America the tree is sometimes used as an ornamenta ...

Millettia leucantha

Millettia leucantha or sathon is a species of plant in the family Fabaceae. It is a perennial flowering tree found in Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. It is the provincial tree and flower of Korat or Nakhon Ratchasima province, Isaan, Thailand, where ...

Cedrelopsis grevei

Cedrelopsis grevei Baill., atlas 2, t. 25.1893) also known as Katrafay or Kathrafay is an endemic bush tree from Madagascar.

Haematodendron

Haematodendron is a monotypic genus of trees in the family Myristicaceae containing a single species, Haematodendron glabrum, endemic to forests of east Madagascar.

Humbertia madagascariensis

Humbertia madagascariensis is a species of tree in the morning glory family, known in French as bois de fer, it is endemic to southeastern Madagascar where it occurs in humid evergreen forests at altitudes up to about 600 m.

Myrcianthes fragrans

Myrcianthes fragrans, commonly known as twinberry or Simpsons stopper, is a tree in the family of Myrtaceae, native to Florida, the United States Virgin Islands, other countries within the Caribbean, Central America and northern South America. It ...

Quercus greggii

Quercus greggi, otherwise known as the Mexican oak, is a monoecious semi-evergreen oak that is adapted to survive in arid conditions. It is native to Mexico and commonly grow around 2000–3300 meters North of the 24th parallel and spreads across m ...

Gymnostoma sumatranum

Areas where the tree is native include Burma, Sumatra, Borneo, Java, Kalimantan, Malaysia, Sulawesi Indonesia, Western New Guinea, and the Philippines. In Malaysia, G. sumatranum is known as Rhu Bukit with Bukit in Malaysia, which means "hill". A ...

Lagerstroemia loudonii

Lagerstroemia loudonii is a species of flowering plant in the Lythraceae family. Its origin is in Burma and Thailand, where it is found in the wild in Isan and the east down to central Thailand. Salao-medium size tree growing to a height of from ...

Saraca declinata

Saraca declinata, the red saraca or sorrowless tree, is a tree in genus Saraca belonging to the legume family. The species is found in Thailand and Burma, and was introduced into Ceylon.

Dalbergia sissoo

Dalbergia sissoo, known commonly as North Indian rosewood, is a fast-growing, hardy deciduous rosewood tree native to the Indian Subcontinent and Southern Iran. D. Sissoo is a large, crooked tree with long, leathery leaves and whitish or pink flo ...

Engelhardia spicata

Engelhardia spicata is a species of plant in the Juglandaceae family. It is recognized to include the variety E. spicata var. integra W.E. Manning ex Steen.

Ficus auriculata

Ficus auriculata is a type of fig tree seen all over Asia noted for its big and round leaves. This is used as fodder in Nepal. It is least resistant to fire, but likes good sunlight. This plant is a small tree 5-10 m tall 16-33 feet with numerous ...

Heynea trijuga

Heynea trijuga is a species of plant in the family Meliaceae. It is found in Nepal and Manipur in North East India. It is threatened by habitat loss in Nepal.

Litsea monopetala

Litsea monopetala is a plant in the genus Litsea, found in the regions from the Terai to 1450 m, in Shorea robusta forest and tropical evergreen forest in Nepal. Outside Nepal, its range extends from Kumaon to Sikkim, Bangladesh, Burma and southw ...

Magnolia hodgsonii

Magnolia hodgsonii, known in Chinese as Gai lie mu is a species of Magnolia native to the forests of the Himalaya and southeastern Asia, occurring in Bhutan, southwestern China, northeastern India, northern Myanmar, Nepal, and Thailand. It grows ...

Mallotus tetracoccus

Mallotus tetracoccus, also known as the rusty kamala, is a species of flowering plant in the family Euphorbiaceae. It is a tree species found in parts of south Asia, typically occurring in the edges of tropical wet evergreen and semi-evergreen fo ...

Populus ciliata

Populus ciliata, the Himalayan poplar, is a large deciduous tree with tall clean straight trunk and wide rounded crown. The bark of the young trees is smooth greenish-grey and the bark of the old trees is dark brown with vertical cracks. Leaves a ...

Rhododendron falconeri

It is a tree, and sometimes the dominant canopy tree, that typically grows to 12–15 meters in height, with leathery leaves that are elliptic to obovate in shape and usually about 1 foot in length. Flowers are white to cream, pale yellow, or pinki ...

Saurauia napaulensis

Saurauia napaulensis is a small to medium tree. Leaves 20–35 cm by 6.5–12 cm, apex acuminate, base rounded, margins with fine teeth, 30-35 pairs of straight prominent veins. Flowers about 1.5 cm in diameter, pink, in branched axillary inflorescen ...

Stereospermum chelonoides

Stereospermum chelonoides is an deciduous tree native to South Asia. In Theravada Buddhism, this plant was used as the tree for achieved enlightenment, or Bodhi by third Lord Buddha called "Saranankara - සරණංකර", and the twenty-second Buddha "Vip ...

Cyphophoenix fulcita

The trunk is solitary to 15 m in height, at 13 cm wide, supported by a nearly 2 m tall mass of stilt roots. Prominently ringed by scars, the trunks are topped off by a tall green to white crownshaft with a bulging base. The leaves are pinnate up ...

Meryta denhamii

Meryta denhamii grows to about 6 metres 20 ft tall. The large, stiff, leathery leaves are elongated, curved at the edges and appear in tufts or bunches at the ends of the branches. Their central rib is thick and fleshy with longitudinal grooves. ...

Santalum austrocaledonicum

Santalum austrocaledonicum, or New Caledonia sandalwood, is a sandalwood tree from the family Santalaceae. It is a small tree with gray bark and green leaves, and is parasitic. Most have been removed from their habitat due to logging, very few tr ...

Alectryon excelsus

Alectryon excelsus, commonly known as titoki, is a shiny-leaved tree native to New Zealand, where it occurs in coastal and lowland forests. It is found throughout most of the North Island and from Banks Peninsula to central Westland in the South ...

Aristotelia serrata

Aristotelia serrata, commonly known as wineberry or in the Maori language makomako or just mako, is a small tree in the family Elaeocarpaceae, in the genus Aristotelia, found in the North Island, South Island and Stewart Island of New Zealand.

Clianthus

Clianthus, commonly known as kakabeak, is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family Fabaceae, comprising two species of shrubs native to New Zealand. They have striking clusters of red flowers which resemble the beak of the kaka, a New Zea ...

Coprosma robusta

Coprosma robusta, commonly known as karamu, is a flowering plant in the family Rubiaceae. It can survive in many climates, but is most commonly found in coastal areas, lowland forests, or shrublands. Karamu can grow to be around 6 meters tall, an ...

Cordyline banksii

Cordyline banksii is a monocot tree endemic to New Zealand. The specific epithet banksii refers to the 18th-century botanist Joseph Banks.

Cordyline indivisa

Cordyline indivisa is a monocot tree endemic to New Zealand, where it is called mountain cabbage tree or bush flax. It is also known as the Broad-leaved cabbage tree, and in the Māori language as tōī.

Entelea

Entelea arborescens or whau is a species of malvaceous tree endemic to New Zealand. E. arborescens is the only species in the genus Entelea. A shrub or small tree to 6 m with large lime-like leaves giving a tropical appearance, whau grows in low ...

Fuchsia excorticata

Fuchsia excorticata, commonly known as tree fuchsia, New Zealand fuchsia and by its Māori name kōtukutuku, is a New Zealand native tree belonging to the family Onagraceae. It is commonly found throughout New Zealand and as far south as the Auckla ...

Griselinia littoralis

Griselinia littoralis, commonly known as kapuka, New Zealand broadleaf or papauma, is a fast-growing small to medium-sized evergreen tree that is native to New Zealand.

Griselinia lucida

Griselinia lucida, commonly known as puka, akapuka or shining broadleaf, is an epiphytic plant native to New Zealand. G. lucida naturally occurs in wet lowland-forests and open or rocky coastal environments mostly in the North Island of New Zeala ...

Halocarpus

Halocarpus is a genus of conifers of the family Podocarpaceae. The genus includes three closely related species of evergreen trees and shrubs, all endemic to New Zealand.

Hedycarya arborea

Hedycarya arborea, commonly known as pigeonwood, porokaiwhiri, and poporokaiwhiri is an endemic tree of New Zealand. Found on both the North and South islands of the country, the tree grows to a height of 15 metres. The leaves are oval shaped wit ...

Hoheria

Hoheria is a genus of six species of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae. All are endemic to New Zealand. The genus name is a latinization of the Māori language name, houhere. That name, as well as lacebark and ribbonwood, are often used as ...

Hoheria lyallii

Hoheria lyallii, the mountain lacebark, is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family Malvaceae, native to New Zealand, where it grows on drier mountainous areas of South Island - mainly in eastern Canterbury and Marlborough. Growing to 7 ...

Litsea calicaris

Litsea calicaris, the mangeao, is an evergreen tree endemic to the North Island of New Zealand, occurring in lowland forest from near North Cape south to about 38°S. It belongs to the Laurel family, Lauraceae.

Melicope ternata

Melicope ternata, commonly known as wharangi, is a coastal shrub or small tree in the family Rutaceae that is native to New Zealand. M. ternata has glossy green, trifoliate leaves and can grow to a tree 8 m tall. It is found in coastal areas in t ...

Nothofagus

Nothofagus, also known as the southern beeches, is a genus of 43 species of trees and shrubs native to the Southern Hemisphere in southern South America and Australasia. The species are ecological dominants in many temperate forests in these regi ...

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