It means that you are not concentrating on what you are doing. All you can see is one tree but there is actually a whole bunch of them in front of you.
It may mean concentrating on the smaller specifics and in the process losing out on the larger perspective. Trees are part of the forest. While one may be enjoying the beauty of the trees individually but at the same time he is losing out the beauty of nature as is evident in the complete forest.
The expression does not come from Shakespeare.
Missing the woods for the trees is a figure of speech. It means that someone is only focusing on the smaller details and so are missing the bigger picture in a situation.
Oak trees are deciduous. I'm not sure if the term can, strictly speaking, be applied to wood or not.
oak trees , red wood trees , and forest wood trees
Gymnosperm trees such as the conifers are softwoods. Those are your pines, cedars, larches, spruces, cypress, ginkgo and other trees that don't produce flowers. The term has little meaning relative to the hardness of the wood since some hardwood trees have wood that is softer than the wood of some softwoods.
There area variety of trees that have soft wood. These trees include cedar trees, pine trees, as well as spruce trees.
Like Oak Wood from Oak Trees . . . Cherry wood comes from Cherry trees
Deforestation is when people cut down trees to do something with the wood.
the name for trees with hard wood
No they dont hard wood trees do
Wood not really, look around you, trees and what are trees made from?
Yes because wood comes from trees and trees are organic
All trees have timber. Timber is wood and wood comes from trees.
renewable Wood is renewable because you can plant more trees to grow more trees for wood.
Non-coniferious wood is wood from trees that are not gymnospermous trees that bear cones, such as pines and firs.
Wood comes from trees. A wood is a number of trees growing together. The substance 'wood' is mainly cellulose
Any wood from trees that do not have deciduous leaves is called 'soft' wood. Conversely, any wood from trees that do not have needles is a 'hard' wood.
Wood isn't made, it's harvested from trees. Trees consists of wood. They get felled and sawed into easy-to-use pieces - wood.
Coal is non-renewable but wood is. Because wood comes from trees that can be replanted to supply for more wood in the future. Renewable does not mean it can be used over and over again. it just mean a potentially infinite supply of it
A sawmill is a place where trees are sawn and the wood prepared for use.
No, wood comes form trees, tree grow, so wood is a RENEWABLE resource Yes it is provided you keep planting trees as you cut them down. They are a renewable reasorce renewable Wood is renewable because you can plant more trees to grow more trees for wood.
Softwood is a common term given to pine trees and other conifers. However, some pines do not have soft wood. The wood of the longleaf pine tree is harder than that of most hardwood trees. The wood of a particular type of slash pine that grows a taproot instead of fibrous root is so hard that it must be drilled in order to insert nails. And white pine is hard enough to be machined. The wood of other cone bearing trees is generally soft and deserves the term of softwood.
Wood is made from trees