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Rated 0 points - posted 9 years ago by kris in category Other.
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Eastern Redbud Report Abuse
Eastern Redbud or Cercis Canadensis is a small tree with rose colored flowers. It's a hardy fast growing tree that is native to America.
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Empress Tree Report Abuse
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Weeping Willow Report Abuse
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Sugar Maple Report Abuse
The Sugar Maple (Acer Saccharum) is a large tree. Has amazing fall leaves from bright yellow to bright red-orange, some may even have all the colors combined.
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Tulip Poplar Report Abuse
Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron Tulipifera) is the tallest hardwood tree in the east. Fast growing with greenish-yellow flowers, amazingly shaped and a major honey plant in most cases.
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Quaking Aspen Report Abuse
Quaking Aspen scientific name (Populus Tremuloides) is a big rapid growing tree whose leaves mostly turn golden or yellow, rarely red. Its root splits to make more tree clones.
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Flowering Dogwood Report Abuse
The Flowering Dogwood or (Cornus Florida) is a small tree with white, pink or rarely red flowers. Its fruit turns red or yellow with a red tint which is an important food for many birds.
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Yellow Birch Report Abuse
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White Ash Report Abuse
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Scarlet Oak Report Abuse
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Eastern Red-Cedar Report Abuse
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Doryphora Sassafras Report Abuse
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Ginkgo Tree Report Abuse
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Silver Maple Report Abuse
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Red Mulberry Report Abuse
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Fire Cherry Report Abuse
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American Chestnut Report Abuse
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Bigtooth Aspen Report Abuse
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American Beech Report Abuse
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