It's a weeping willow!
Fun fact: Weeping willows are some of the fastest-growing trees out there, adding at least two feet to their height in a single growth season.
It's a maple!
Fun fact: More states have claimed the sugar maple tree as their state tree than any other species. Those states are New York, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
It's a giant sequoia!
Fun fact: The tallest giant sequoia is named General Sherman, which stands at 275 feet in California's Sequoia National Park. Oh, and giant sequoias can live for more than 3,000 years.
It's a birch!
Fun fact: Throughout history, the birch has influenced everything from Native American canoe skins and utensils to the poetry of Robert Frost.
It's an acacia!
Fun fact: The acacia is an iconic tree in the African savanna, and gets pruned by giraffes that carefully wriggle their long tongues between the trees' thorns to grab its tasty leaves.
It's an elm!
Fun fact: Central Park's iconic Mall and Literary Walk is home to one of the largest and last-remaining stands of American elm trees in North America.
It's a dogwood!
Fun fact: The dogwood has some pretty wide-ranging uses — its wood has been used to make golf club heads and extracts of its bark were used in the 19th century to treat malaria.
It's a sycamore!
Fun fact: Known for their hardiness, sycamores are one of the oldest species of trees on the planet.
It's a cherry blossom!
Fun fact: These trees only show off their beauty briefly, blooming for a period of just several days, depending on weather conditions.
It's an olive!
Fun fact: Archeologists who have discovered olive pits and traces of olive oil in pottery shards estimate we’ve been cultivating these ancient trees for up to 8,000 years.