Key:wood

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Diqing, Yunnan, China.jpg
Description
Deprecated: type of wood Edit
Group: Properties
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Documented values: 3
Wikidata
Status: deprecatedPage for proposal

wood=* was used to add information to natural=wood or landuse=forest. Please use leaf_type=* and/or leaf_cycle=* instead.

Former values

  • wood=coniferous - coniferous trees are those that have cones, for example pine cone
  • wood=deciduous - deciduous trees are those who have leaves and which fall off during winter.
  • wood=mixed - if the wood has both types of trees select mixed.
  • wood=evergreen - evergreen trees are those that have leave cover in all seasons
  • wood=palm - palm are distinctively different from trees and typical in tropical environs
  • wood=eucalypt - eucalypt is a family of fast growing trees, more common in tropical and subtropical environs

See also