Plant ID forum: Need ID help

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TreeOfLove
Aug 16, 2017 11:39 AM CST
also growing in my backyard, i am unaware of what thees leaves/tree is called
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porkpal
Aug 16, 2017 12:07 PM CST
I think it is some sort of elm tree.
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DaisyI
Aug 16, 2017 12:51 PM CST
How big are the leaves?
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TreeOfLove
Aug 16, 2017 1:14 PM CST
thanks pal the leaves are 3inches length 2inches width, with a small trunk didnt measure but estimated around 5 inches
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DaisyI
Aug 16, 2017 5:24 PM CST
I don't think its an elm tree because the veins on your tree end in the dip. The veins on an elm leaf end in a tip. (I'm talking about the serrations on the leaf edges Smiling )

Maybe more photos of more tree?
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Leftwood
Aug 17, 2017 8:55 AM CST
DaisyI said:I don't think its an elm tree because the veins on your tree end in the dip. The veins on an elm leaf end in a tip. (I'm talking about the serrations on the leaf edges Smiling )


I am thinking you a looking at these veins (arrowed in green), Daisy. If you look very closely, they do end at the point, except two that do not end at the dip or the tip. All other veins on all the other leaves visible do end at the point tip of serrations. Look at the ones in blue, for instance.
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