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Chinese Mahogany

Toona sinensis

Description:

First leaves to appear in the spring bright pink. As leaves mature, they become green.

Habitat:

Trees are native to Asia. These were spotted at the UC Davis Arboretum.

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4 Comments

MelissaFerguson
MelissaFerguson 9 years ago

Whatever it is, it is a pretty tree!!

oxyjack
oxyjack 9 years ago

Many thanks to the UC Davis botany community for their help with the ID of this beautiful tree.

oxyjack
oxyjack 9 years ago

Could be... it does remind me of the poison sumacs on the east coast.

tiffanypr
tiffanypr 9 years ago

Type of sumac?

oxyjack
Spotted by
oxyjack

Davis, California, USA

Spotted on Apr 5, 2006
Submitted on Mar 12, 2012

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