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Discover the barks of trees

Discover the barks of trees


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Show me what your bark looks like, and I'll tell you what tree you are. Because if the trees differ in their antlers, they are also distinguished by their skin which can have a wide variety of colors: red, green, white, silver… This skin also varies in its texture - fluffy, smooth, in scales… - thus than in its form. Just by looking at the bark of a tree, can you recognize its essence or even pierce its soul? Let's try by discovering the following 10 varieties.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé My long slender stems are made of very hard and resistant wood and can reach up to 10 meters. Robust, I am always once cut and dry and I am used to profit for construction and furniture. I am ... bamboo.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé My bark is a brilliant white which supports the comparison with the whiteness of the snow in which I like, because despite my slender figure and my frail foliage, I acclimatize very well at high altitude! As I grow, my bark flakes and can even curl. It is appreciated in herbalism for its purifying properties. I am ... the birch.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé I am very present in our temperate forests. I frequently grow in the form of forests and my trunk is commonly up to 20 meters tall. I am recognized by my smooth bark and without irregularity, even when old age comes. Very thin, my bark is also characterized by a pretty shade of an almost silvery gray. I am ... beech.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé My bark is a deep red which is reminiscent of that of the small berries that adorn my twigs and whose birds love. I grow slowly but surely… some of my species are hundreds or even thousands of years old! I am a conifer without being a conifer. I am a symbol of life and death. I'm ... yew.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé My hard and dense wood keeps growing a bit of the burgundy color that characterizes my twigs in their young age. This color is in harmony with the deep green of my evergreen. I grow in varieties but you can also shape me into a topiary. My leaves are prized for their deep aroma while being a recognized symbol of victory. I am ... the laurel.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé I grow in hedges or as an isolated subject. I am wild or cultivated. It is enough to prune me so that my trunks start again in vines. The basket makers then appreciate my young shoots, both straight and flexible, which they use to frame their baskets. In the fall, squirrels enjoy my branches. My thin and subtly speckled bark is a pretty silver brown. I'm ... the hazelnut.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé I have a frail and slender trunk which carries a bouquet of fine branches which is parented in spring with flowers and in summer with gourmet fruits. Young, my bark is smooth and a pretty burgundy hue, it cracks and thickens as I age. In Asia, my wood is renowned for its ability to repel demons. I am ... the peach.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé My strong and vigorous trunk can soar up to several tens of meters above the ground. I am recognized in particular by the ocher-red color of my bark. I am a conifer used in reforestation and my wood is then used in the construction and manufacture of pulp. I am ... the Scots pine.

Tree bark


J-F. Mahé I am a tree that is often unloved because it is unknown. However, my wood - easy to empty - is ideal for making small rudimentary wind instruments while my fruit produces delicious jelly and wine. Wild, my presence is often a sign of the presence of groundwater. In a recent successful novel by little wizards, my wood is used to make a very powerful wand. I am ... the elderberry.



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