Trees from a distance

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  1. robinia

    robinia Well-Known Member

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    Try this one-
    3 trees in one. And I'm going to need both species and a cultivar!

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  2. JD3000

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    'Camperdown Elm'

    Root stock is American elm?
     
  3. robinia

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    Root stock is usually U glabra.
    But there's no americana in that mess!
     
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    Hard to tell with the windy pic but is there a locust in the somewhere?
     
  5. robinia

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    Nope. It's another elm!
     
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    Ulmus thomasii

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  7. JD3000

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    Ulmus crapii
     
  8. robinia

    robinia Well-Known Member

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    Crapii is closest
     
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    It's s pretty strange tree.
    Started as Camperdown elm obviously. Somehow ended up being overtaken by Siberian Elm. I don't expect it's a reversion or suckering because the rootstock should be U. glabra. Maybe the Siberian elm just germinated there?
     
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    robinia Well-Known Member

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    Anyways JD gets it.
     
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    Acer carpinifolium


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    Looks opposite to me, but I'll still go Redbud.
     
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    Dark photo, can't see the trunk or bark. I'll go with a birch, either river or paper.
     
  16. JD3000

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    Alternate leaves.
     
  17. Waldo

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    Parrotia
     
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  20. JD3000

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    No but someone guessed the family already
     

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