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Streets with Tree Names

Guess the most popular U.S. street names that are also a type of tree. To make it easier we give you a random clue.
Last updated: March 29, 2017
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Clue
Tree
6,143
Acorn
Oak
5,636
Canada
Maple
5,397
Conifer
Pine
4,766
Lebanon
Cedar
4,671
Nightmare
Elm
4,366
Pecan relative
Walnut
3,280
Weeping
Willow
2,883
Andrew Jackson
Hickory
2,829
George Washington
Cherry
2,656
Canine
Dogwood
2,649
Roasting on an open fire
Chestnut
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Clue
Tree
2,594
Blue
Spruce
2,470
Steel
Magnolia
2,372
Papery bark
Birch
2,321
"Sicker than"
Sycamore
2,319
"Popular"
Poplar
2,221
Louisville Slugger
Ash
1,963
Insane membrane
Cypress
1,904
Christmas decoration
Holly
1,826
Apollo's wreath
Laurel
1,741
Ski resort
Aspen
1,649
Its seeds are like bolls
Cottonwood
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level 63
Feb 11, 2015
Walnut should be in here.
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level 80
Feb 21, 2015
I concur.
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level ∞
Mar 29, 2017
Fixed
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level 68
Feb 21, 2015
good clues
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level 59
Feb 21, 2015
Typed "Ivy" for Blue.
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level 59
Feb 21, 2015
Also I have absolutely no idea why "Insane membrane" means Cypress.
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level 69
Feb 21, 2015
"Insane in the Membrane" (or Insane in the Brain) was a "song" by Cypress Hill.
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level 77
Feb 21, 2015
A group called Cpyress Hill did a "song" called Insane in the Brain in the '90's.
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level 77
Feb 21, 2015
Wow, that's weird, rgc1600...we must have been typing at the same time. I didn't see your reply until after I typed mine. And what does is say about Cypress Hill that we both put the word song in scare quotes?
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level 58
Dec 4, 2017
People have been insane in the membrane ever since the debate of Cyprus being in either Europe or Asia.
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level 75
Feb 21, 2015
My first thought on the insane membrane clue was, "I've never heard of a Brain Tree"
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level 66
Feb 21, 2015
I'm heard of the 'insane membrane' song, but I had no idea who it was by. I also tried brain tree. :P
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level 63
Dec 4, 2017
It's a town in Massachusetts.
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level 74
Dec 4, 2017
I think that's where John Adams was born.
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level 60
Jun 14, 2018
Like several Massachusetts towns, it's named after a town in Essex.
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level 56
Feb 22, 2015
Do you mean balls not bolls?
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level 57
Feb 23, 2015
Heard of a "boll weevil"?
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level 68
Feb 27, 2015
I thought Holly was a bush
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level 68
Mar 29, 2017
FIVE STARS for the Cyprus Hill reference.
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level 75
Mar 31, 2017
Yes, that was clever! Made me laugh, though I'm sure it feels obscure to some.
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level 66
Mar 30, 2017
Can someone save me a trip to Google and explain the Andrew Jackson - Hickory as well as George Washington - Cherry answers please? I suspect it's another case of not being an American counting against me. Although i'm also completely lost by Blue and Spruce. Lol
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level 75
Mar 31, 2017
Andrew Jackson gained a nickname from his battlefield exploits, people said he was "tough as old hickory", and he was thereafter known as "Old Hickory".
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level 75
Mar 31, 2017
And blue spruce is simply a species of spruce. I didn't get that one as it just didn't come to me, but I was not surprised when I saw the answer.
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level 69
Apr 1, 2017
Apocryphal story - actually made up by a biographer years after his death. George Washington as a young lad chopped down his father's favorite cherry tree. When his father asked if he knew who had done the dastardly deed, young Georgie replied "Father, I cannot tell a lie. Twas I.
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level 66
Apr 30, 2017
Cheers guys!
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level 74
Dec 4, 2017
How do you know these aren't trees with street names?
+1
level 52
Dec 4, 2017
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level 2
Dec 4, 2017
If Cherry is an option, as far as popularity of trees go, where are the other fruits? Orange, Peach, Apple streets are all over the place.
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level 2
Dec 4, 2017
Also Palm is probably on the list.
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level 66
Dec 4, 2017
Good quiz.......I tried 'Blue Gum' over and over, it's a very numerous tree here in Australia and a Paper Bark is also widespread here.
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level 61
Dec 5, 2017
How'd you forget Eucalypt(us) Drives everywhere?
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level 44
Dec 5, 2017
"Chesnut" should be an accepted answer for "chestnut," I imagine it's a common spelling mistake.
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level 72
Dec 7, 2017
Birch, birch, birch