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Liquid Amber, also know as Red Gum and Sweet Gum trees. The leaves are shaped like a star, and in autumn the leaves turn to colors of red, purple, gold, yellow and orange.
Sycamore Trees, also know as American Planetree, buttonwood, and buttonball tree is a common tree and is often planted as a shade tree. The leaves have three to five shallow lobes and are usually more than 4 inches in size.
The Stone Pine Tree, also known as the Umbrella Tree has been used by many for their edible pine nuts. Stone Pines can grow upwards of 75 feet but are usually around 30-40 feet. Stone Pines are very distinguishable because of their umbrella shaped canopy.
The Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Tree is very popular, it has a delightful fragrance and is a natural bug repellent. The leaves grow in an alternating pattern up each branch stem and have a silvery-green shade.
The Queen Palm is one of the most common Palm Trees in Southern California. Queen Palms also known as Syragus often have large seeds and the flowers are apparent below the crown of the leaves. The Queen Palm is a single trunk Palm that can grow up to 50 feet in height. It has dark green leaves, as these leaves age, they turn brown and tend to hang down toward the ground.
There are many types of Mulberry Trees that produce fruit including White, Black, Red, and American Mulberry Trees. They produce edible juicy berries of all different colors and flavors. Mulberry Leaves have one leaf to one stem and often are oval shaped. Mulberry Trees can grow from 30 – 75 feet, but usually end up being bushes if not trained when young.
The Coast Live Oak definitely takes after its name and is found up and down the California and Baja Coastline. Its Leaves are wavy, thick, waxy and leathery. The buds and leaves cluster towards the twig tips and create acorns. This is a classic West Coast tree and is famous for its sweeping canopy.