Pawpaw. The dark green leaves of Pawpaw have a tropical look, with their large, shiny blades that are distinctly obovate (widest just behind the leaf tip) . They often hang down like "dog ears" from the twigs, and may display a clear yellow or golden brown autumn color .
large, tropical-looking foliage, and prized for its delicious fruits that mature in late summer. When found in the open, it may reach 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide as an individual tree.
Bark: Brown to gray, developing gray-brown ridges and dark brown furrows.
Bark: Dark and scaly when young, developing red-brown or yellow-brown thick flat plates with deep furrows; sprouts of needles may be present on the trunk.
Red Pine grows to 50 feet tall by 30 feet wide, with a medium growth rate. Its shape is upright oval in youth, becoming more spreading but still symmetrical with age
Frequently leaning with age, it may grow to 50 feet tall by 30 feet wide when found in the open
Bark: Orange-brown and scaly on young trees; older stems develop thin, small, scaly plates, cinnamon colored patches often on upper parts of trunk.
Bark: On young trees, thin, smooth and gray-green with some lighter splotty patches; later becoming thick, reddish brown to gray-brown with prominent finely scaly, rounded, long ridges and darker furrows.Form: A large tree with a very straight trunk often reaching well over 100 feet in height. The crown is conical when young, later developing wispy, horizontal, upturning branches.
Poison ivy is a nuisance to people, but it provides considerable wildlife value.
Tree with short trunk, rounded crown of spreading branches, and pink flowers that cover the twigs in spring. Redbud is a 15-30 ft. tree with one to several picturesque, maroon-purple trunks and a wide, umbrella-like crown.