Scientific name
Taxodium distichum
Also Known As
Gulf cypress, Pond cypress, Red cypress, Swamp cypress, White cypress
Bald cypress trees are deciduous conifers with flat, alternately arranged deciduous needles. The flowers are tassel-like structures at the end of branchlets.

Scientific name
Juniperus virginiana
Also Known As
Cedar tree, Southern redcedar, Virginia redcedar
Eastern redcedar is a small, egg-shaped, dense, native evergreen tree that can grow from 10 to 40 ft in height. Mature branches have overlapping, scale-like leaves. Fruit are pale blue, fleshy 'berries.'

Scientific name
Thuja occidentalis
Also Known As
American arborvitae, Eastern arborvitae, Eastern white cedar, giizhik (Ojibwe), Swamp cedar
Known as giizhik by the Ojibwe. Small to medium sized tree that can be found along streams, in bogs and cedar swamps. When crushed, the needles will produce an aromatic cedar smell.

Scientific name
Thuja plicata
Also Known As
Redcedar
This is a tall tree easily growing to 150-200 feet, with a conical to irregular crown and many leaders. The dense branches are arching and pendulous, with flattened frond-like, fanning branchlets providing protection from the elements.