Can only name three of the brands for sure! Generally agree with the above about the plants but I think that D is more likely to be a grape leaf, and in my area G would be a cottonwood leaf and H a sycomore leaf.
BTW, wild grapes on the ditch bank near me have tender leaves and I've developed a passion for their sorrel-like flavor.
"Just outside our field of vision sits the unknown, calmly licking its chops."
Charming quiz! Thank you.
Here are my guesses:
A white oak
B maybe fir or spruce? I never can keep those straight. The hemlock suggestion above sounds good too, maybe
D I was going to say grape, but I've been pulling a lot of porcelain berry in Massachusetts lately, so just to be different I'm going to say porcelain berry
E A conifer, but sorry, I really don't know who.
G Quite a few have that outline. A bit similar to the black poplar I know in Ladakh, a bit like the Tilia linden I know in Massachusetts
I Some kind of cone or catkin, but not a mature pine cone, I don't think.
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(B) Western Hemlock
(C) Sorrel or clover
(E) Noble fir or other fir
(F) Maple seed
(H) Maple Leaf
(I) Douglas Fir cone (I'm positive about this one, as I grew up with them all over the place)
Oh, the icon with the three people is myspace? Last I saw it was "my____." I guess that goes to show why changing logos all the time is a bad idea. But, then, maybe they hope people don't recognize them and are lured into clicking on it. I mean, does anyone use myspace these days?