Iowa City Public Library DHP

Iowa City Tree Leaves

"Some Leaves You May See on a Tree Walk". Pamphlet displays leaf shapes for trees living in the Iowa City area. Pamhplet printed double-sided on 8.5x14" green paper with black ink. Trees include the following: Apricot, Eastern Arborvita, Mountain Ash, Green Ash, White Ash, American Basswood, European Basswood, Purple Beech, Paper Birch, River Birch, Ohio Buckeye, Butternut, Northern Catalpa, Eastern Red Cedar, Black Cherry, European Bird Cherry, Horse Chestnut, Cottonwood, Flowering Crabapple, Prairie Crabapple, Flowering Dogwood, Pagoda Dogwood, American Elm, Slippery/Red Elm, Balsam Fir, Concolor Fir, Douglas Fir, Ginkgo, Hackberry, Hawthorne, Eastern Hemlock, Shagbark Hickory, Yellow Bud Hickory, Tree Hydrangea, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Eastern Hemlock, American Linden, Little Leaf Linden, European Larch, Japanese Tree Lilac, Black Locust, Honey Locust, Saucer Magnolia, Star Magnolia, Amur Maple, Black Maple, Japanese Maple, Norway Maple, Red Maple, Silver Maple, Sugar Maple, Weeping White Mulberry, Black Oak, Bur Oak, Pin Oak, Red Oak, Swamp White Oak, White Oak, Osage Orange, Paw Paw, Bradford Pear, American Persimmon, Austrian Pine, White Pine, Wild Plum, Red Bud, Silver Bell Tree, Spindle Tree, Colorado Spruce, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Norway Spruce, White Spruce, American Sycamore, Tree of Heaven, Tulip Tree, Black Walnut, Weeping Willow, Japanese Yew.


Heritage Tree Program, “Iowa City Tree Leaves,” Iowa City Public Library DHP, accessed December 11, 2023,