Other Large Trees


Other Large Trees

Beech, Catalpa, Chestnut, Lindens, Mulberry, Sycamore, Tuliptree, Yellowwood

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European Beech

Fagus sylvatica

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European Beech leaves

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European Copper Beech

Fagus sylvatica purpurea

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European Copper Beech leaves

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Another European Copper Beech

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European Copper Beech trunk (with interesting artwork)

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Northern Catalpa

Catalpa speciosa

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Catalpa leaf

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Catalpa seed pods

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Catalpa Flowers. Catalpa have some of the most beautiful flowers on trees.

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American Chestnut

Castanea dentata

The American Chestnut used to dominate the forests on the east coast, but the disease Chestnut blight has nearly eradicated the species. There are a couple of small specimens in Boulder.

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Chestnut leaves

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Chestnut fruit while still green

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Chestnut leaf and dry fruit

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Chestnut fruit ready to drop

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Little Leaf Linden

Tilia cordata

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Little Leaf Linden foliage. Note the two different kinds of leaves on the tree. The second kind is a seed leaf.

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Little Leaf Linden Flowers. When in bloom, the lindens are covered with these flowers, and the bees love them.

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American Linden

Tilia americana

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American Linden foliage.

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Mulberry

Morus rubra

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Mulberry leaves

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American Sycamore

Platanus occidentalis

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Sycamore leaf

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Sycamore bark

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Tuliptree or Yellow Poplar

Liriodendron tulipifera

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Tuliptree leaf

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Tuliptree flower (dry)

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Yellowwood

Cladratis kentuckea

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Yellowwood leaf

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