This is the oldest apple tree. We can eat the apples but they are small, hard and bitter.
Pigeons, jays, squirrels and mice all want to eat the fruit of the hazel tree. And so do we! The hazelnuts on this tree are the same as the ones you can buy in shops.
Beech (Fagus sylvatica)
You will often find lots of these trees growing together. They have tall trunks and the leaves and branches grow from a long way up.
Prickly hedges in the countryside are often made of hawthorn bushes. Hawthorn can also grow into a tree. They have white or pink flowers and red berries.
Oak trees grow from little acorns into some of the biggest trees in the wood. They can have very thick trunks and live for hundreds of years.
This tree is also called mountain ash. It grows higher up the hills than most other trees. People plant it in their gardens too.
Silver Birch (Betula pendula)
This tree is named for its silvery-white trunk. It grows very fast. A silver birch will be as tall as you when it is only three years old.
Willow trees have long thin leaves and live in wet places. When they are old, their trunks often crack open.