Plant Identification Tools
Apps are constantly changing. Most are for all plants, with the option to use photos of bark, a leaf, a flower, or a seed. Three to try:
Trees in Canada by John Laird Farrar is a classic.
Trees of Ontario by Linda Kershaw is out-of-print, but is available in many libraries.
For those who want to experience more of the Carolinian habitat, on foot, Walks in Carolinian Canada by Brad Cundiff.
The Sibley Guide to Trees continues to be a detailed, reliable, resource.
Diana Beresford-Kroeger, Canadian botanist and medical biochemist, combines her traditional Celtic learning with science to show how important trees are to the health of humans and to the planet.