Japanese Pagoda tree
Location: Logan Drive
Park: Noll Park
Native to: Asia
Tree type: flowering
Leaf retention: deciduous
Comments: Deciduous broadleaf native to Japan and China. Compound leaves 6" to 10" long with alternate ovate green leaflets. Pea-like flowers are creamy white to pale green, and the bark is vertically furrowed and brown. Very similar to Black Locust in look, but the Pagoda tree doesn't have thorns.
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