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Building your vocabulary is one of the first steps you will have to take when learning any new language. The names of the most common things you see around and use every day can add to your vocabulary. In this article, you will be introduced to the names of a number of trees from all around the world. Furthermore, explore more about some common trees.
List of Trees Names
|Cherry Blossom Tree
List of Some Common Trees, facts about it and Images
|Name of the Trees
|The mango tree, also known as Mangifera indica, belongs to the family of Anacardiaceae. Mango trees are believed to have originated in India, Bangladesh and northeastern Myanmar. This tree bears a sweet, one-seed fruit that only grows in tropical areas. They are consumed in both raw and ripe forms.
|Azadirachta indica, commonly known as neem, belongs to the Meliaceae family. They are evergreen trees and are mostly valued for their medicinal properties. Apart from that, the baby leaves are often eaten, and the twigs are used to brush teeth. The leaves of this tree have antibacterial properties.
|Ficus benghalensis, commonly known as the banyan, is commonly found only in India. It is also the National Tree of India. Older banyan trees have aerial prop roots, and the leaves of this plant are glossy and large. They are evergreen in nature.
|Ficus religiosa or sacred fig, also commonly known as the Peepal, is a species of fig native to the Indian subcontinent. It is also known as the ‘Bodhi Tree’ and is evergreen in nature
|coconut palm, (Cocos nucifera), palm of the family Arecaceae, cultivated extensively in tropical areas for its edible fruit, the coconut. Coconut palms are found in tropical coastal areas.
|Apple, (Malus domestica), domesticated tree and fruit of the rose family (Rosaceae), one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits.
|oak, (genus Quercus), genus of about 450 species of ornamental and timber trees and shrubs in the beech family (Fagaceae), distributed throughout the north temperate zone and at high altitudes in the tropics.
|bamboo, (subfamily Bambusoideae), subfamily of tall treelike grasses of the family Poaceae, comprising more than 115 genera and 1,400 species. Bamboos are distributed in tropical and subtropical to mild temperate regions.
|mangrove, any of certain shrubs and trees that belong primarily to the families Rhizophoraceae, , Lythraceae, Combretaceae, and Arecaceae; that grow in dense thickets or forests along tidal estuaries,