The Forest Synonyms feature lets you find your favorites trees in all the world’s forests, and even the ones that have been left off of your map.
To use the forest synonym feature, simply add the following code to your webpage.
The code will take you to the page where you can use it.
For example, in the following example, you will find the pine forest on the tree list.
Forest synonym: Pine forest name: Barked Pine Forest Forest: Sudbury Mountain Forest (SMP) Location: Milton, CT, USA.
Type: Pine tree species: Balsam Pine (Balsam), Red Pine (Prunus), Blue Pine (Hyla), and Yellow Pine (Stenophylla) Habitat: Forest is a mixed-forest with trees, shrubs, and flowers.
The forest synonyms feature shows you which forests have trees, bushes, and shrubs.
You can also click on a forest to go to that forest’s webpage.
Forest synonyms are available to all countries, including the United States, and are available for use in most languages.
You can use the feature to find trees and shrub species that you love, and you can filter out any forest that you don’t love.
If you want to search for trees you’ve never seen before, you can also add a search term like “tree,” and then use the following codes to get to the tree page.
Search term: [Search term] tree type: Tree Description: Name of the tree Height: The tree’s height in feet (feet = 1 meter) Type of soil: Ground cover (e.g. clay, sand, etc.)
Origin: This is the root of the species in question, or its most likely habitat type, if known.
Location (location): This area of the forest where the tree was found, e.g., a field or woods.
When you add a new forest synonymous to your website, it will be added to your Tree Search field.
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