Posted by JOB on October 22, 2013 at 17:33:14 from (220.127.116.11):
I have this tree on my property and I do not know what kind it is. It is the only one I have seen. The leaf pictured is ten inches tall and eight and a half inches wide. The ten inches is from the tip to where the stem connects to the leaf. There are smaller leaves on this tree. In the early summer this tree has white flowers about three inches in diameter on it. The flowers stay on for about a month, I think. This tree is located about twenty miles south of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota. Anyone have any ideas?
I have looked in a couple of tree books and can't find it. The tree had to come from somewhere. I have owned the property for over forty years, and don't feel the tree is forty years old. The tree is maybe thirty-five feet tall.
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