Tree Database

“Trees exhale for us so that we can inhale them to stay alive. Can we ever forget that? Let us love trees with every breath we take until we perish.” 

― Munia Khan 

Download a comprehensive listing of the historic trees in Oak Ridge Cemetery: Tree Database

American Arborvitae

American Basswood

American Holly

American Smoke Trees

AMERICAN SYCAMORE

Bebb Hybrid Oak

BEBB OAK

Bimundor Oak

Bitternut Hickory

Black Hills Spruce

Black Maple

BLACK OAK

Buckley’s Oak

Bur Oak

Butternut

Camadian Hemlock

Chinkapin Oak

Colorado Spruce

Concordia Oak

Cory Hybrid Oak

Cory Hybrid Oak 94-03 b-e

CORY OAK

Cottonwood

Cucumber Magnolia

David Elm

Deam Oak

Eastern RedCedar

Emporer Oak

European Hornbeam

European Pedunculate Oak

Fastigiate European Oak

Flowering Dogwood

Framing Oak

Ginkgo

Green Ash

Hawkins Oak

Hess Oak

HONEY LOCUST

Hungarian Oak

HYBRID OAK

Ironwood

JAPANESE EMPEROR OAK

Lea’s Hybrid Oak

Lincoln Oaks

New Madrid Oak

Northern Catalpa

Northern Red Oak

NORTHWESTERN BUR OAK

NORWAY MAPLE

Norway Spruce

Mockernut Hickory

Ohio Buckeye

OSAGE-ORANGE

Overcup Oak

Pedunculate Oak

Persimmon Tree

Pin Oak

Pitch Pine

Post Oaks

PUBESCENT OAK

Red Maple

Richardson’s Oak

River Birch

ROCK CHESTNUT OAK

Rose-of-Sharon

Salfast Oak

Sassafras

Saucer Magnolia

Sawtooth Oak

Scarlet Oak 

Sessile Oak

Shagbark Hickory

Shingle Oak

Silver Maple

Sugar Maple

Sunset Maple

Swamp White Oak

Sweetgum

Thornless Honeylocust

Vilmorin’s Oak

Virgil’s Oak

Ware’s Oak

Water Oak

Wild Black Cherry

WHITE ASH

White Pine

Yew

 

 

 


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