Round head, typically multi-trunked, airy spreading habit.
Leaves are simple, pinnately veined, round shape, palmately lobed w/ 5-7 lobes, pointed sinuses, petioles wrap around the stem, opposite arrangement, yellow to orange/red in fall.
Flowers are tiny, purple-pink to violet, on corycombs.
Oval to round form with upright habit; bark is smooth, whitish gray-gray brown, w/shallow fissures with age. Leaves are simple, 3-5 palmately lobed, coarsely serrate, opposite arrangement.
Flowers are small, red, on small inflorescences.
Fruit is samara, paired, 1/2-1" long, red-green immature turning tan with age.
Pyramidal then round dome with very large bottle-shaped trunk which tapers towards the top, bark is smooth becoming brown with vertical whitish lines.
Leaves are simple, ovate to palmately lobed with long petioles, variable margins, acuminate tip, alternate arrangement.
Flowers are bell shaped, 3/4", creamy white, rose inside, on terminal pannicles 4-6" long.
Fruit is woody, persistent follicle which splits open to resemble a canoe.
Round, spreading head, upright trunk, weeping branches.
Leaves are simple, lanceolate, new leaves are soft becoming hard and coriacious.
Flowers are actinomorphic, up to 1", with deciduous sepals, 5 small petals, and many bright reddish exerted stamens on intercalary spikes up to 7" long. Look like bottle brushes, bright red color.
Fruits are insignificant persistent capsules.
Round head, decurrent (parts extend downward). Bark is gray, smooth, older trees have corky warts and ridges, wide-angled branching, and reddish-brown twigs that are densely punctate (studded with dots).
Leaves are simple, elliptic to ovate, serrate margins, prominent veins, short, accuminate tip, smooth, glossy surface, alternate arrangement.
Flowers are 1/4", yellowish green on (male) cymes (female) single inflorescence.
Fruit is 1/4" dark orange, round drupe on slender stalk.
Round head with flat top, horizontal habit reaching up at tips. Horizontal tiered branching. Twigs are gray.
Leaves are simple, arcuate venation, broad oval to elliptic shape, entire, undulate margin, surface is glabrous w/ pubescent veins, acuminate tip, opposite arrangement, and have stringy veins when torn apart.
Flowers are tiny on bracts, bracts in 4s with greenish heads.
Fruits are drupes at end of twigs, 1/4-1/2" in dia.
Round head, dense habit, branching.
Leaves are simple, lanceolate/ovate w/ prominent midribs, red petioles (depending on amount of sun), entire, undulate margins, rounded base, acuminate tip, alternate arrangement.
Flowers are urn-shaped (resembling dice cups), with long, extended stamens, on 8-12" pannicles, red/rose/salmon/white colors.
Fruit is persistent, urn-shaped capsule, 1-2", immature color green turning to brown w/ age.
Rouned head, fine texture, upright, spreading habit. Bark is rough, reddish brown, often multi-trunked.
Leaves are small, simple, elliptic/broad lanceolate/ovate, needle-like tips, entire margins, alternate arrangement.
Flowers are rotate to polypetalous, 1/2" dia., showy, white/pink/red.
Fruits are small capsules appearing in fall.
Umbrella-like round canopy, Small, fine, soft foliage.
White-to-tan thick, spongy, papery bark that exfoliates. Branchlets are slender.
Leaves are soft, have prominent midrib.
Flowers are staminate, 1", on distinctly paired spikes up to 2" long, very showy, white/cream color, take on fluffy, cloud-like appearance.
Fruit is woody capsule, 1/8" long, persistent, insignificant, brown color.
Round to vase-shaped w/ spreading, long, slender braches, green to red-purple foliage. Trunk has distinctive bumpy and dark formations on old trunks, "knobby knees."
Leaves are simple, elliptic/ovate, serrate margins, alternate arrangement, burgundy fall color.
Flowers are showy, rose-like double flowers, 3/4-1", deep pink color, flowers appearing before the leaves.
Fruit is .5-1" purple drupe appearing in summer (usually no fruit).
Round head, wide spreading, weeping appearance, light to medium green foliage. Bark is textured, exfoliating in patches of gray and brown w/ orange lenticels (looks like camouflage). Scaffolding branches don't weep but branchlets do. Branchlets are somewhat flattened, resemble a fish bone.
Leaves are simple, ovate/elliptic, serrate margins, oblique bases, acute tips, alternate "two-ranked" arrangement, red, yellow, brown in fall.
Flowers are small, rose colored, on racemes.
Fruit is samara, 3/8" small, round, brown when mature, appearing in fall.