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Forum topic by drewm873 posted 03-25-2017 08:34 PM 407 views 0 times favorited 9 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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03-25-2017 08:34 PM

Can anyone tell me what kind of tree this is? I’m looking to have it taken down but I’m not sure what it is. I hope to have some of it milled too.


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#1 posted 03-25-2017 08:40 PM

Black walnut? Do you have the green pods under it in fall?

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#2 posted 03-25-2017 08:43 PM

no pods under it. it does have small leaves though. someone told me a pepperidge tree but im not sure.

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#3 posted 03-25-2017 08:48 PM

one more with fall leaves

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#4 posted 03-25-2017 09:38 PM

Never heard of a Pepperidge tree, only a Pepperidge Farm. Googling it looks similar to what you have.

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#5 posted 03-25-2017 09:47 PM

Looks like an elm tree.

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#6 posted 03-25-2017 10:33 PM

Sweet gum.

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#7 posted 03-25-2017 10:39 PM

Apparently black tupelo is also called a Pepperidge tree.

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#8 posted 03-26-2017 12:17 AM

Interesting stuff. Thanks. :)

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#9 posted 03-26-2017 12:21 AM

My first thought was also black gum. Leaves turn early in the fall and are a deep red.

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