Lancolate leaf changing to a three lobed leaf in maturity. Aromatic leaf when crumbled.
medium sized deciduous tree with many slender branches. The leaves are alternate, ovate to obovate, and can be lobed. the fruit is a blue black drupe born on a red fleshy club shaped pedicel.
large tree with grooved bark, leaves heteroblastic with 0-3 lobes, alternately arranged, smooth leaf margins
Tree 5-6 meters tall, leaves fragrant when crushed, fruit recently dropped from red receptacle.
Identified by odor of leaf when crushed, and by heteroblastic leaf shape, and alternate leaf arrangement. Confirmed via teaching specimen at ASU, Google Images and Smith's Key
Alternate leaves with 3 lobes. Tree has a mucilaginous bark.
Small single trunk tree. Leaves vary can be 3, 2, or even un-lobed and very colorful in fall. Stem if broken has a smell to it like fruit loops.
Tree with various leaf shapes and alternate arrangment. This plant can be distinguished by the 3 lobed leaf. Also when leaves are crushed they smell of lemon/citrusy.
Medium-sized tree with simple leaves. Margins entire, some leaves with two or three lobes. Three main veins joining a little above the leaf base. Bark on stems fragrant when scratched, smelling like Fruit Loops.
Location: Back of store along fence line behind a couple of carports. In tree line.
Description: Low hanging branches, smaller tree, understory covered by some oaks.
Associated species: weetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), flowering dogwood (Cornus florida), elms (Ulmus spp.), eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana), hickories (Carya spp.), and American beech (Fagus grandifolia).
Collection number: 21