9 Collective noun for trees

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A collective noun is the name of a group or collection of persons or things taken as a whole.

What is the Collective Noun for trees?

There are several Collective Nouns for trees and those are:

  1. Forest
  2. Copse
  3. Orchard
  4. Grove
  5. Stand
  6. Spinney
  7. Thicket
  8. Clump
  9. Plantation




collective noun for trees

Let me show you the usage of the above mentioned Collective nouns in a sentence

  • Forest can be used for a large area covered chiefly with trees and undergrowth
  • Copse is referring to a small group of trees
  • Orchard is only used for fruit trees like mango, apple trees
  • Grove is for a small group of trees
  • The stand is used for any kind of trees
  • Spinney is used for a small area of trees
  • We can use thicket for a group of bushes or small trees growing closely
  • The clump is referring to a small group of things especially trees or plant
  • The plantation is used for a large area of land that is planted with trees

Usages of each of those in a sentence

Forest: The forest of pine tree.

Copse: The copse of Crabapple.

Orchard: An apple orchard.

Grove: Lemon groves.

Stand: A stand of coconut tree.

Spinney: A spinney of cactus.

Thicket: A dense of thicket bamboo.

Clump: They planted trees in clumps around the house.

Plantation: A banana or coffee plantation

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Explanation about tree

In botany, a tree is a perennial plant with an elongated stem, or trunk, supporting branches and leaves in most species. 

Source: Wikipedia 

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