Not local, from east coast. Produces chemicals that are intended to keep other plants from growing near by
small under-story tree, approx. 5 m. Fruit present, no flowers. Fruit smooth, tan outer layer, has not open at slits, with few leaves on branches, 5 elliptical serrated leaflets at end of branch. Bark is tan to brown, older mature tree. Habitat: surrounded by Carya and Quercus along with smilax and cornus species. Sits on rocky bed on top of hill at forest edge.
This tree was in the corner of my backyard, Strongsville ohio and was pretty tall. There's no distinct pattern in the leave and in the fall, the tree looks very pretty
This tree is about 20 feet tall and has very serrated edges. In the summer the leaves are almost a yellow color. It is located in Strongsville ohio.
In the Cape Mondego Natural Monument, a protected area in central Portugal.
Observed growing through out the preserve area.
Sapindales /sæpɨnˈdeɪliːz/ is a botanical name for an order of flowering plants. Well-known members of Sapindales include citrus; maples, horse-chestnuts, lychees and rambutans; mangos and cashews; frankincense and myrrh; mahogany and neem.