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:a tall plant that can live a long time. Treeshave a thick central wooden trunk from which branches grow, usually with leaves on them
:the part of a plant that grows under the ground and takes in water and minerals that it sends to the rest of the plant
:the bottom part of a tree left in the ground after the rest has fallen or been cut down
tree ring(s)【triː rɪŋ】
:a flat green part of a plant, growing from a stem or branch or from the root
:the thick main stem of a tree, that the branches grow from
:a part of a tree that grows out from the main stem and on which leaves, flowers and fruit grow
:a small, very thin branch that grows out of a larger branch on a bush or tree
:a tall evergreen tree with wide spreading branches
:a tall straight evergreen tree
:fine powder, usually yellow, that is formed in flowers and carried to other flowers of the same kind by the wind or by insects, to make those flowers produce seeds
pine tree【paɪn triː】
pine corn【paɪn kɔːrn】
:a tree with long, thin branches and long, thin leaves, that often grows near water
palm tree【pɑːm triː】
:a straight tree with a mass of long leaves at the top, growing in tropical countries. There are several types of palm tree, some of which produce fruit.
maple tree【ˈmeɪpl triː】
:a tall tree with leaves that have five points and turn bright red or yellow in the autumn. Maples grow in northern countries.
:a tree with smooth bark and thin branches, that grows in northern countries
:a tall plant that is a member of the grass family and has hard hollow stems that are used for making furniture, poles, etc.
cherry blossoms【ˈtʃeri ˈblɑːsəmz】
Japanese plum blossoms【ˌdʒæpəˈniːz plʌm ˈtʃeri ˈblɑːsəmz】
:the small hard part produced by a plant, from which a new plant can grow
:the round underground part of some plants, like an onion in shape, that grows into a new plant every year
:a new part growing on a plant
:the main long, thin part of a plant above the ground from which the leaves or flowers grow; a smaller part that grows from this and supports flowers or leaves
:a small closed part that grows on a plant and from which a flower, leaf or stemdevelops; a flower or leaf that is not fully open
:a delicate coloured part of a flower. The head of a flower is usually made up of several petals around a central part.
:a small sharp, pointed part on the stem of some plants, such as roses
:a very small green or yellow plant without flowers that spreads over wet surfaces, rocks, trees, etc.
:a plant that grows in hot dry regions, especially one with thick stems covered in spinesbut without leaves. There are many different types of cactus.
:a plant with large attractive leaves and no flowers that grows in wet areas or is grown in a pot. There are many types of fern.
:a wild plant growing where it is not wanted, especially among crops or garden plants
:any climbing plant with long, thin stems
:a piece of land, normally separated from the surrounding area, in which fruit trees are grown
:a piece of land where grapes are grown in order to produce wine; a business that produces wine from the grapes it grows in a vineyard