Card Set Information
smoke tree pistache sumac myrtle
Smoke tree, pictache sumac, myrtle, cottonwood, flame
Purple smoke tree
Deciduous small tree or large shrub
Oval leaves, alternate, simple, entire.
Inflourescence is a terminal panicle
Leaves are alternate, and even pinnate
Pistachia x 'Red Push'
Red Push Pistache
P. atlantica and P. integerrima.
Compound leaves have 10-16 leaflets with a red tint when they first imerge.
Evergreen tree, multiple trunk, rapid growth rate.
Leaves are trifoliate and dark green
Little leaf Sumac
Looks similar to the Gambelii Oak
Tiny leaves on a large shrub.
Large tree with typically beautifully colored bark.
Dennis and Bob have this tree.
Deciduous tree with rapid growth.
Dark green, bipinnate leaves are 2-3 feet long. With many narrow toothed leaflets
Large deciduous tree with a flat top. Fast growth and quickly gain a thick trunk and branches.
Leaves flutter in the wind similar to aspen trees.
Produces large puffs of cottony fibers that litter the lawn.
Heart/hastate toothed leaves
Chinese flame tree
Very large bipinnate compound leaves
yellow flowers are followed by latern shaped fruit.
Golden rain tree
slighty bipinnate/pinnate slightly lobed leaves.
flowers in panicles