Forms and Information
- Master Tree List
- Approved Trees for Small Lot Development
- 12.16 Tree Preservation Ordinance
- Folsom Street Tree Information Sheet
- A Word About Topping Trees
- Mistletoe Disease in Folsom
- Correcting Young Tree Issues
- Benefits of Organic Mulch
- Tips for Watering Trees
- Clearance Pruning for Right-of-Way
- Soil Fertility Testing
Tree Identification Reference Handbook
You can purchase a printed copy of this book at the City of Folsom Senior Center, 48 Natoma Street, during regular business hours for $30.
- Cover and Forward
- Table of Contents
- Section 1 - Broadleaf Alternate Simple Evergreen
- Section 2 - Broadleaf Alternate Simple Deciduous
- Section 3 - Broadleaf Alternate Compound Palmate
- Section 4 - Broadleaf Alternate Compound Pinnate
- Section 5 - Broadleaf Opposite Simple Evergreen
- Section 6 - Broadleaf Opposite Simple Deciduous
- Section 7 - Broadleaf Opposite Compound Palmate
- Section 8 - Broadleaf Opposite Compound Pinnate
- Section 9 - Needles
- Section 10 - Palm Palmate
- Section 11 - Palm Pinnate
- Section 12 - Scale
- Section 13 - Misc.
- Index by Botanical Name
- Index by Common Name
- Index by Section Number
- Tree I.D. Chart
Fast Tree Facts
- 100 trees remove five tons of carbon dioxide per year.
- 100 trees remove 1,000 pounds of pollutants per year, including 400 pounds of ozone and 300 pounds of particulates.
- 100 mature trees catch about 100,000 gallons of rainwater per year.
- Strategically placed trees can save up to 30% of air conditioning costs and 10-25% of winter heating costs.
- Large specimen trees can add as much as 10% to property values.
- Consumers spend more time and 12% more for goods in tree-lined commercial districts.