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Can You Match The Leaf To The Tree?

We often take trees for granted, but without them, we likely wouldn't be able to survive! Can you match each of these leaves to the tree it belongs to? Let's find out how well you really know your common trees!
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Which tree bears this familiar leaf?
Oak
Maple
Sycamore

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The tree that bears this leaf is also known as a "buttonwood" tree.
Magnolia
Sycamore
Chestnut

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In the fall, you'll find plenty of leaves from this tree on the ground.
Yellow Oak
White Oak
Northern Red Oak

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What type of tree grows this leaf? The largest of its kind grows in North Dakota.
Black Ash
Weeping Willow
Sequoia

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Which tree bears this leaf?
Blue spruce
Ponderosa Pine
Eastern White Pine

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You would find this on what type of tree?
Silver Birch
Eastern Hemlock
White Pine

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What kind of tree would bear this leaf?
Japanese Cherry
Dogwood
American Elm

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Not common in all states, you'd find these leaves on what kind of tree?
Sycamore
Crab Apple
Wild Cherry

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You'd find these unique leaves on what type of tree?
White Pine
Hickory
Turkey Oak

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The needles of which fir tree have silvery bottoms?
Fraser fir
Douglas fir
Noble fir

C+, Leaf Lost

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Last time you took a walk in the woods, did you notice the leaves? Most people don't! Though you didn't pass this leaf quiz, you still gave it your all and maybe learned something new along the way. It's not easy to identify all of these leaves, but at least you tried!

B+, Tree Ace

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Last time you were out in nature, you probably took some time to stop and enjoy the leaves! How do we know? Because you seem to know your trees and leaves as only a true nature lover can. You passed this quiz with ease, because you understand the importance of trees!

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Few people know their leaves and trees quite as well as you do! From the American oak to the Sycamore, you understand just how important trees are to the environment and our well being. You're a nature lover with a true understanding of trees. Try being more impressive, we dare you!
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1
Which tree bears this familiar leaf?
Oak
Maple
Sycamore
2
The tree that bears this leaf is also known as a "buttonwood" tree.
Magnolia
Sycamore
Chestnut
3
In the fall, you'll find plenty of leaves from this tree on the ground.
Yellow Oak
White Oak
Northern Red Oak
4
What type of tree grows this leaf? The largest of its kind grows in North Dakota.
Black Ash
Weeping Willow
Sequoia
5
Which tree bears this leaf?
Blue spruce
Ponderosa Pine
Eastern White Pine
6
You would find this on what type of tree?
Silver Birch
Eastern Hemlock
White Pine
7
What kind of tree would bear this leaf?
Japanese Cherry
Dogwood
American Elm
8
Not common in all states, you'd find these leaves on what kind of tree?
Sycamore
Crab Apple
Wild Cherry
9
You'd find these unique leaves on what type of tree?
White Pine
Hickory
Turkey Oak
10
The needles of which fir tree have silvery bottoms?
Fraser fir
Douglas fir
Noble fir

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