Large tree with alternating leaves. Leaves very triangular on shape with small serrations.
This Tree stands around 60 feet in height.
Canopy of the tree is located high within the tree and forming a balloon shape.
Diameter of the trunk seems to be around 2 feet in length.
Surface of the bark is rough and thick while displaying a light-grey color.
The leaves of this tree are green and smooth within the surface.
Leaves are deltoid in shape and have teeth like edges.
tree-single stem. height: 10ft. width: 8 in
leaf: green, circular with a point on top
Family : Salicaceae
Genus : Populus
Species : deltoids
More commonly known as the Cottonwood tree, there was one located in region five (east side of neuroscience building). This tree stood approximately 20 meters tall and occupied approximately 1% of the total region. This large tree's bark is silvery grey in colour and was deeply fissured: suggesting that this tree is mature. The leaves are large, dark green, glossy, deltoid (triangular shaped) and are coarsely toothed.
-25 feet tall
-7 feet wide
-Small, round leaves
-Alternating leaf pattern
Tall slender trunk, with smooth pale bark, scarred with black marks. The leaves are a glossy dark green
The tree has a slim profile. It yellowish green lanceolate leaves with scalloped margins. Catkins are fluffy and white.
Populus is a genus of 25–35 species of deciduous flowering plants in the family Salicaceae, native to most of the Northern Hemisphere. English names variously applied to different species include poplar /ˈpɒp.lər/, aspen, and cottonwood.