Spruce
Horse-chestnut
Juniper
Maple
Pine

100

Spruce can be  20-60m tall

How tall can an avarage spruce be?

100

Conkers

How are horse-chestnut fruits called?

100

Juniper berries

How junipers cones are called?

100

In the summertime, most maples have green leaves

 When do most maples have green leaves?

100

They are evergreen

What kind of trees are the pine trees?

200

Black spruce are brown

What colour are the cones of black spruce?

200

Gardens, parks, streets

Where does horse-chestnut usually grow?

200

Juniper berries are mainly used in cooking as a spice

How berries are mainly used?

200

Maples bloom in May, usually before growing leaves

 When do maples bloom?

200

 They need for surviving sandy soil, full sun and little water

 What do the pine trees need for surviving?

300

The needles will stick to the tree for 4-10 years

How long will the needles stick to the tree?

300

Europe, East America, Canada

What countries does horse-chestnut usually grow in?

300

In parks and gardens

Where is juniper used as an ornamental tree?

300

Maples can be found everywhere in Estonian cities and forests

 Where are maples found in Estonia?

300

Pine trees can be used for herbal tea and extracts

What can we use pine for?

400

Spruce can be found from northern temperate and boreal regions of the earth

Where can spruce be found?

400

300 years old

How old can a horse-chestnut live?

400

Cedar

What is the common name for juniper?

400

Maples prefer to grow in humus-rich and  sufficiently moist soil

In what kind of soil does maples prefer to grow?

400

They usually grow in Europe, Africa, Asia, US and Canada

Where do the pine trees usually grow?

500

Spruce belongs to in the family of Pinaceae

To which family does spruce belong?

500

Pinky gray

What colour is the tree bark when the tree is young?

500

Scofield juniper

What is the name of the world's oldest juniper?

500

In the summertime, most maples have green leaves

When do most maples have green leaves?

500

The oldest pine tree is Over 5000 years old (Bristlecones pine)

How old is the oldest pine?