Plants can be identified by looking at their buds, bark, and leaves.
To really identify a tree, learn its leaves’ shape by looking at both sides of the leaf in to in order to see if there are any differences between them and keep track of the fruit order fruit and flowers as well. Leaf shapes vary from long and slender, to wide and oblong, pointed-toothed or saw-toothed edges or lobed leaves.
The leaves on oak will always alternate between being light and light green on top with dark green underneath. While maple’s leaves may have different green different shapes or colors depending on where the shapes they.
Specific plants can also be identified by their buds and bark. The shape of a plant’s buds and bark is one way to identify it because many plants have specific shapes or patterns on the underside that help you determine species.