|Franklinia, possibly extinct in the wild, a native American tree in bloom at Longwood Gardens|
We often walk right pass them. Here in central Wisconsin decent trees are a rarity and can be grouped into genus fairly quickly due to the small number represented.
|Swamp magnolia at Winterthur|
|Tall and straight, we have so few similar trees here.|
|Tricolor beech espaliered on a stucco wall at Chanticleer|
|One of the largest dogwood, cornus florida, I have ever seen.|
|The oldest sycamore at Hagley Mills, the lower trunk does not even appear sycamore-like, similar to how old white pine change their bark as they age.|