approximately 4 m tall tree with blocky/checkered bark. Elliptical to ovate leaves with crenate margins and an acuminate tip. Oppositely arranged leaves with short petioles. Red, pea-sized fruits present (inferior ovary)
Medium tree (approx. 6 m tall), leaves entire with arcuate venation, bark blocky. Next year's flower buds present.
Fruit is bright red cluster of drupes, smooth bark on a skinny trunk with over hanging limbs, leaves with pinnate venation turning a scarlet color in the fall.
Tree approximately 10+ meters tall, leaf color already changing. Fruits occurring in many small clusters, tree is right off of road at beginning of bluff trail.
Small tree, fruit red drupes, opposite, simple, ovate leaves, field edge
Identified via veins that curve to margins, opposite leaf arrangement and ripe, red drupes arranged in cluster. Leaves were red, experiencing fall color change.
Tree is part of the second canopy and grows among some old concrete building bases;leaves have pinnate vinnation, alternate, entire, and simple; fruit is bright red and in clusters
Small single trunk tree with tear drop leaves. Red fruits in clusters and white flowers in the spring. Bark small scale like.
Slanted tree overhanging trail, ~6 m tall, terminal buds for next years flowers present, leaves red.
leaves opposite, simple ovate; margins appear entire, but very finely toothed under a lens; fruit a cluster of drupes that are bright red
Fruit with clusters (mostly green, some red). Bark broken up into small square blocks. Opposite leaves that are usually (3-6)in. Tree approximately 4.6 m high.
Cornus florida (flowering dogwood) is a species of flowering plant in the family Cornaceae native to eastern North America, from southern Maine west to southern Ontario, Illinois, and eastern Kansas, and south to northern Florida and eastern Texas, with a disjunct population in Nuevo León and Veracruz in eastern Mexico.