Tree Project 

Lakemont Park’s Naturescapes Foundation has identified 45 species of trees on property. Below there is information about all the tree species that Lakemont Park has. Come out the park to enjoy a walk while learning about all the tree species Lakemont has to offer. 

Acer griseum

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Acer platanoides (Crimson King)

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Acer rubrum

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Accer saccharum

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Betula nigra

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Carpinus betulus

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Cercis canadenis

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Cornus kousa

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Gleditista triacanthos var. inermis

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Metasequioa glyptostroboides

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Phellodendrum amurense

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Pinus nigra

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Pinus sylvestris

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Platanus x Acerifolia

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Pseudotsuga menziesii

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Pyrus Communis

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Quercus alba

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Quercus macrocarpa

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Quercus phellos

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Quercus robur

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Tilia americana

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Tilia tomentosa

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Zelkova serrata

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Acer palmatum

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Acer platanoides (Norway Maple)

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Acer saccharinum

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Amelanchier arborea

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Betula populifolia

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Celtis occidentalis

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Cornus florida

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Ginkgo biloba

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Liriodendron tulipifera

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Nyssa sylvatica

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Picea pungens

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Pinus strobus

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Platanus occidentalis

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Prunus cerasifera (Thundercloud)

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Pyrus Calleryana

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Quercus acutissma

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Quercus bicolor

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Quercus palustris

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Quercus prinus

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Quercus rubra

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Tilia cordata

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Tsuga canadensis

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