Collective nouns for trees
    Collective noun for trees usage
    groveA grove of trees
    ('grove' refers to a small group of trees that form a continuous canopy and give shade)
    forestA forest of trees
    ('forest' refers to a large group of trees in a very large area)
    thicketA thicket of trees
    ('thicket' refers to a small group of trees or bushes which are growing closely together)
    standA stand of trees
    ('stand' refers to a group of of one species of trees, for example, A stand of oak trees)
    orchardAn orchard of trees
    ('orchard' refers to a group of fruit or nut trees planted for commercial purposes)
    clumpA clump of trees
    ('clump' refers to a small group of trees or shrubs of different species)
    copseA copse of trees
    ('copse' refers to a group of small trees or shrubs in a very small area)
    coupeA coupe of trees
    ('coupe' refers to a small group of trees planted for wood harvesting)
    spinneyA spinney of trees
    ('spinney' refers to to a small group of trees or bushes)
    coppiceA coppice of trees
    ('coppice' refers to a group of densely growing small trees)
    plantationA plantation of trees
    ('plantation' refers to a large group of trees that are grown to be cut down for wood)