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List of Trees Added to Property

Trees present before Spring of 2005 are in brown
Common Name Taxonomic Name / Cultivar Number Specimen Photo
Sugar maple Acer saccharum 1 died, removed
Red Maple (Red Sunset®) Acer rubrum cv. 'Franksred' 1 none
Red Oak Quercus rubra 1 none
Pin Oak Quercus palustris 1 none
Scarlet Oak Quercus coccinea 2 none
Dawn Redwood Metasequoia glyptostroboides 8 none
Dawn Redwood M. glyptostroboides cv. 'Gold Rush' 1 none
River Birch Betula nigra 2 multistem none
Aristocrat Pear Pyrus calleryana cv. 'Aristocrat' 6 none
Redbud Cercis canadensis 3 none
Black Hills Spruce Picea glauca cv. 'Densata' 7 none
White Fir Abies concolor 2 died, removed
Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziessi 3 none
Ann Magnolia Magnolia X ann 3 clumps none
(Autumn Brilliance® ?)
Amelanchier X grandiflora (?) 2 clumps none
Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina 2 clumps none
Silver Maple Acer saccharinum 2 none
Norway Maple Acer platanoides cv. 'Crimson King' 1 none
Yellow Poplar Liriodendron tulipfera 1 none
Colorado Spruce Picea pungens 1 none
White Spruce Picea glauca 1 none
Japanese Yew Taxus cuspidata 2 none
Crab Apple   1 fell, removed

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Nomenclature Notes
A variety is a recognised division of a species in botany, next below the rank of subspecies.  Variety is used for lower degrees of difference than subspecies, e.g. Pinus nigra subsp. nigra var. nigra - Austrian pine (in the case of the Type variety).

A domesticated variety of a plant - a cultivated variety - is called a cultivar.  A cultivar is indicated with a cv. and by putting the name between single quotes, not in italics, and capitalised, e.g. Aeonium arboreum cv. 'Atropurpureum'.