This tree has simple, alternate leaves.  The leaves are oval, and pointed at the tip.  The leaves are doubly toothed, and display a wedge shape at the base. The leaf stems are green. The bark is reddish brown, and has a distinguished peeling appearance; older trees have furrowed bark. The male flowers are reddish-green catkins, … Continue reading Day 6: River Birch Read More


Grows in moist soil and in abundant in direct sunlight locations, surrounded by ragweed. The fruit was approximately 1 inch, located at the bottom of plant. The flower on the top was prickly and dark brown.
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 The uncommonly found tree near reedy creek, fruit apparent to have hanging fruit in the canopy of tree.  This tree thrived in the clay soil in the forestry.… Read More


         The Cypress (Taxodium distichum)- this tree has needles that are  1/2 to 3/4 inches long. The needles have a feather like appearance on the stem.… Read More