There are many different trees in the Ridge Valley area. In this page you will find and see how some trees grow. You will also see the different kinds of trees that can be found in Ridge Valley.
Most of the trees are deciduous trees which shed their leaves annually. Coniferous trees can also be found in the Ridge Valley area.
|There are many trees in Ridge Valley. This is the deciduous canopy at the treetops.||Here is a coniferous canopy in Ridge Valley.|
Ridge Valley is filled with trees of all different species. The deciduous trees of these woods are primarily maple, oak, and beech with some walnut, hickory, and dogwood trees. Conifers include cedar trees, several varieties of pine, and an occasional fir or spruce tree. The photos below show trees in different stages of development.
|New growth from a beech tree sapling - a deciduous tree.||An emerging forest here shows deciduous trees and the common cedar tree.||This hickory tree shows off its unusual bark pattern.|
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