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🌳 French Tree Vocabulary

Camille Chevalier-Karfis By Camille Chevalier-Karfis - updated on Jul 7, 2020
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French tree names list and French flowering tree vocabulary with English translations.

French Tree Names

Thank you to French immersion teachers Eliane and Suzanne for submitting these lists.

  1. Un charme = a hornbeam
  2. Un hêtre = a beech
  3. Un châtaignier = a chestnut tree
  4. Une châtaigne = a chestnut
  5. Un marronnier = a horse chestnut
  6. Un marron = a chestnut brown
  7. Un pin = a pine
  8. Un érable = a maple
  9. Un chêne = an oak
  10. Un gland = an acorn
  11. La cime de l’arbre = the top of the tree
  12. Une branche = a branch
  13. Un tronc = a trunk
  14. Un feuillage = a foliage
  15. Une feuille = a leaf
  16. Un bourgeon = a bud
  17. Une écorce = a shell
  18. Un champignon = a mushroom

2 – French Flowering Tree Vocabulary

  1. Le mimosa – mimosa
  2. Le Pêcher – peach tree
  3. L’abricotier – apricot tree
  4. Le poirier – pear tree
  5. Le prunier – plum tree
  6. Le pommier – apple tree
  7. L’arbre à soie – silk tree
  8. Le sorbier – mountain ash tree
  9. Le sumac – sumac
  10. Le laurier – laurel
  11. Le tamaris – salt cedar
  12. Le cognacier du japon – Japanese quince
  13. Le lilac – lilac
  14. Le lilac de Californie – California lilac
  15. Le prunus – plum tree
  16. L’ajonc – gorse
  17. Le sureau – elder
  18. Le magnolia – magnolia
  19. Les camélia – camelia
  20. L’aubépine – hawthorn
  21. Le prunellier – blackthorn

Would you like to help me make a better list? Please add your suggestion (French and English please) to the comment section below. Merci!

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