Test your tree knowledge with our interactive tree quiz!

We love trees!

Trees give us so many things: shelter, building materials, food and even the air we breathe! To celebrate 45 years of The Tree Council’s National Tree Week (which runs from 28th November until 6th December in 2020), we’ve put together a quiz to test how well you know your trees.

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How many of these trees can you name by looking at their leaves, berries, flowers or bark?

Which tree do these beautiful pink flowers and orange fruits appear on each autumn?

1. Western red cedar
2. European Spindle
3. Rowan
4. Wayfaring tree

These flowers can be seen around the UK in springtime. Which tree do they grow on?

1. Poplar
2. Elder
3. Hawthorn
4. Plane

Can you name the tree that these seeds come from?

1. Elm
2. Hornbeam
3. Juniper
4. Sycamore

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Which tree is this?

1. Lawson Cypress
2. Scots Pine
3. Sweet Chestnut
4. Douglas Fir

These spiky green leaves are from which tree?

1. Silver birch
2. Scots Pine
3. Douglas fir
4. Monkey Puzzle

These leaves and seeds are from which tree?

1. Maple
2. London Plane
3. Ash
4. Aspen

Which tree do these trunks belong to?

1. Larch
2. Copper beech
3. Silver birch
4. Hazel

Which tree do these leaves belong to?

1. Birch
2. Oak
3. Beech
4. Chestnut

Which tree do these berries grow on?

1. Cherry
2. Holly
3. Juniper
4. Blueberry

Do you recognise the base and bark of this beautiful tree? (GS photo)

1. Black Pine
2. Coast Redwood
3. Giant Sequoia
4. English Oak

A sign that autumn is coming - which tree do these leaves grow on?

1. Oak
2. Bramley Apple
3. Horse Chestnut
4. Dogwood

Which tree do these red berries belong to?

1. Cranberry
2. Rowan
3. Poplar
4. Holly

Possibly the most flammable tree in the world, but with antiseptic properties. What is this tree?

1. Buckthorn
2. Pine
3. Eucalyptus
4. Aloe

These dangly things are known as earrings and are well-known for triggering hayfever. Which tree are they from?

1. Downy birch
2. Alder
3. Willow
4. Ash

This tree is less common these days due to disease sweeping through them. Do you know what it is?

1. Yew
2. Ash
3. Elm
4. Cedar

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