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eastern white pine 5 needles per bundle, 1-5 inches long, 5 letters in “white”
loblolly pine 3 needles per bundle
longleaf pine 3 needles per bundle, very long
shortleaf pine 2 and 3 needles per bundle
slash pine 2 and 3 needles per bundle
Virginia pine 2 needles per bundle, twisted V for Virginia
black oak Tough leaves, pointed lobes
chestnut oak Shallow rounded lobes
live oak state tree, leathery leaf, sometimes curled under, evergreen oak
post oak shaped like a cross, cross made from post
southern red oak bell shaped at bottom, turned up, shaped like dress of “southern belle”
water oak boat paddle/ water drop/ duck’s foot
white oak Rounded, deeper lobes
black walnut Compound leaves 12 to 12 inches long with leaflets,
pecan compound leaf, sickle shaped (curved leaf – smile)
mockernut hickory compound leaf, fuzzy petiole, leaves
pignut hickory compound leaf, smooth stem, hickory nut with ‘’pig snout”
black locust Compound leaf, floppy
red maple often has red petiole (stem), 3 lobes
silver maple silvery back, deeper lobes than red maple
boxelder compound leaf with 3 to 5 leaflets, reminds of poison ivy
Needles/Scales not Pines
baldcypress feather like leaves (Bald Eagle)
eastern hemlock needles locked into place like stitches in hem, tiny cones
eastern redcedar scales
Black cherry/ persimmon/ black gum
black cherry serrated leaves, often fuzzy red along midvein
common persimmon Black buds, may have fruit, often spotted later in year
black gum Leaves come out in whorl
American basswood Lopsided base
red mulberry rough, larger, 3 leaf shapes, entire, mitten and ghost/dinosaur
sassafras smooth smaller than mulberry,3 leaf shapes, entire, mitten, dinosaur/ghost
catalpa big arrow shaped leaf, leaves opposite or whorled
eastern redbud Heart shaped
eastern cottonwood flattened petiole (stem), triangular shape like a cotton boll
American elm serrated, lopsided base
river birch doubly serrate like waves on river, also angle base reminds of arrowhead
American beech Long buds, fuzzy leaf, stem seems to ‘zig-zag’, tooth at end of each vein
black willow long serrated leaf, “collar” at base of leaf
buckeye palmately compound, reminds of “eye” lashes
American holly prickly, Christmas decorations
flowering dogwood Deep veins like bulldog, opposite leaves
southern magnolia Tough leaves, dark green
Sweetgum Star shaped, s-w-e-e-t = five points
sycamore Sick cat
yellow-poplar Cat’s head like Garfield the ‘popular/poplar’ yellow cat
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