(a) the native habitat where the species originated;
(b) why the tree is located in a different part(s) of the world;
(c) the climatic conditions the species needs to grow effectively;
(d) the type of soils and topographic position in which the
species will more commonly be found;
(e) the uses of the bark, leaves, seeds, and wood of the tree
(f) the nesting, roosting, or foraging opportunities the species
provides for wildlife.