Deciduous Tree Leaves

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    • American Linden; Tilia americana
    • dark green above, pale green or silvery underneath
    • serrate margin
    • 4" to 8" long
    • cordate or oblique leaf base
    • River Birch; Betula nigra
    • lustrous medium or dark green
    • somewhat diamond-shaped with a wedge-shaped, tapered leaf base
    • doubly serrate margin
    • Norway Maple; Acer platanoides
    • opposite, 5-lobed leaves, 4" to 7" across uniform dark green color
    • lobes sharp pointed
    • petiole 3" to 4" long
    • Catalpa; Catalpa speciosa
    • opposite leaf arrangement, whorled towards stem tip
    • simple, deciduous leaves
    • 6" to 12" long and half as wide
    • heart-shaped to arrowhead-like leaf form
    • entire leaf margin
    • Crabapple; Malus speciosa
    • 2-4" long; (1½"wide)
    • Ovate, coarsely toothed past middle
    • Yellow-green in color above, paler underside
    • Sugar Maple; Acer saccharum
    • opposite, 3" to 6" long
    • 5-lobed, with the 2 basal lobes being smaller
    • medium to dark green
    • Red Maple; Acer rubrum
    • opposite, 2" to 4" long
    • 3 or 5-lobed
    • medium green upper leaf color, gray-green or frosty underside
    • Silver Maple; Acer Saccharinum
    • opposite leaves, 5-lobed, fairly deeply incised
    • bright green color above, silvery below
    • 3" to 5" long leaves, long petioles
    • Siberian Elm; Ulmus pumila
    • alternate leaf arrangement
    • 0.75" to 3" long
    • 0.33" to 1" wide
    • oblique leaf base
    • serrate leaf margins
    • dark green leaf color
    • Mulberry; Morus alba
    • leaves have many shapes, can be lobed or not
    • serrate leaf margins
    • rounded cordate leaf base
    • dark green leaf color
    • Red Oak; Quercus rubra
    • alternate leaf arrangement
    • 5" to 8" long leaves; 4' to 6" wide
    • 7 to 11 bristle-tipped broad lobes
    • mature foliage color is dark green above
    • leaf surface lustrous
    • Cottonwood; Populus deltoides
    • simple, deciduous leaves
    • lobed leaves with undulate leaf margins
    • deltoid leaf shape
    • toothed margins
    • 2" to 5" long
    • green leaf color
    • White Willow; Salix alba
    • lanceolate, serrated leaves
    • 2" to 4" long and about 0.5" wide
    • medium green leaf color
    • underside of leaves are downy with fine hairs
    • Green Ash; Fraxinus pennsylvanica
    • opposite leaf arrangement
    • odd pinnately compound, decdious leaves
    • leaflets are 2" to 5" with smooth or toothed margins
    • leaflets are lanceolate leaf shape
    • kelly green leaf color
    • 5 to 9 leaflets, up to 1' long
    • Bur Oak; Quercus macrocarpa
    • alternate leaf arrangement
    • simple, deciduous leaves
    • obovate leaf shape
    • 4" to 10" long
    • cuneate leaf base2 to 3 pairs of rounded lobes
    • whitish tomentose leaf underside
    • dark green leaf color
    • White or Paper Birch; Betula papyrifera
    • alternate, ovate, simple leaves, 2" to 4" long and 1.5" to 3" wide
    • often with an acuminate or pointed tip
    • leaf base either acute or heart-shaped
    • color is a dull, dark green above and paler on the underside
    • Amur Maple; Acer ginnala
    • 1.5" to 3" long three-lobed with central lobe prominent medium to dark green
    • Freeman Maple; Acer x freemanii
    • simple, 3-5 lobed leaf blades
    • more similar tothe Silver Maplethan the
    • petioles may be red or green
    • Petiole is cocked to the side
    • Weeping Willow; Salix babylonica
    • alternate and spirally arranged, narrow, light green, 4-16 cm long and 0.5-2 cm broad, with finely serrate margins and long acuminate tips
    • American Elm; Ulmus americana
    • simple leaves with doubly serrated leaf margins
    • leave size varies from 3" to 6" long
    • The leaves are obovate with an inequilateral base
    • leaf surface is rough
    • short petiole
    • dark green leaf color
    • Box Elder; Acer negundo
    • pinnately compound leaves that usually have three to seven leaflets.
    • leaflets are about 2.0–3.9 in long and 1.2–2.8 in wide with slightly serrate margins
    • translucent light green colour
    • Pin Oak; Quercus palustris
    • leaves with shaply-pointed (deep) lobes
    • 5 to 7 lobes, each with terminal bristles
    • 3" to 6" long leaves
    • fine textured
    • matures to a shiny, dark green under good conditions
    • White Oak; Quercus alba
    • leaves are 4" to 8" long
    • rounded lobes5 to 9 lobes per leaf
    • color is dull, blue-green when mature
    • new leaves are a bright, grayish green
    • Ohio Buckeye; Aesculus glabra
    • palmately-compound leaves, with 5 leaflets, each 1" to 2" wide and 3" to 6" long; petiole 1" long
    • Mountain Ash; Sorbus aucuparia
    • pinnately compound
    • 5" to 9" long
    • 9 to 15 leaflets is most common
    • leaflets are .75" to 2.5" long with a pointed oval shape
    • margins of leaflets are serrated toward the tips
    • dark green above, frosty green below
    • Hawthorn; Crataegus crus-galli
    • simple, deciduous leaves
    • obovate leaf shape 1" to 4" long
    • sharp, serrated margins
    • shiny, dark green leaf color
    • Japanese Tree Lilac; Syringa reticulata
    • simple, entire leaves
    • 2" to 5" long
    • rounded leaf base
    • dark green leaf color

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