Arbor walk #53, Treekeeper ID #1410
Often claimed as the most beautiful of North America’s native flowering trees, the Flowering Dogwood is the state tree of both Missouri and Virginia. Its early-spring blooms of showy white petals surrounding tiny clusters of yellow dogwood flowers are among the tree's most dramatic characteristics.
Arbor walk #109, TreeKeeper ID #5736
The Quaking Aspen gets its name due to its trembling leaves, which are caused by the tree's flattened, flexible petioles. This tree is in the Salicaceae (Willow) family and is native to Missouri; it is also recognized as having the widest geographical distribution of any tree in North America.
Arbor Walk #102, TreeKeeper ID #5818
The REDPOINTE is a cultivar of the Red Maple species, which is native to areas in Eastern North America. It’s a large deciduous tree known primarily for its bright red leaf color that can only be described as brilliant during the fall. The flowers, seeds, and twigs on the tree also have red color spread throughout.
Arbor walk #93, TreeKeeper ID #5649
Arbor Walk #94, TreeKeeper ID #5861
Arbor Walk #88, Treekeeper ID #5650
Emerald City® is a commercially developed cultivar of the Missouri native Tulip Tree. J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. created the cultivar to be cold-tolerable and stand straight, making it suitable to city sized landscapes. The trees grow to be 55' tall and 25' wide. The foliage is an attractive glossy dark green. The trunk develops furrowed fissures as they reach maturity. Tree #88 was planted in a triad with two other Emerald City® Tulip trees.