Ovoid Leaves

Trees with ovoid leaves

Ovoid leaves are very common. also a large number of shrubs have ovoid leaves!


The leaves are broadly ovate, lobed and the leaf margin serrate. The leaves are green and shiny, the underside is pale green. The leaf arrangement is alternate. Botanical name: Crataegus laevigata 'Paul’s Scarlet'

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European Beech

The leaves of the Beech are ovate, sprouting bright green, later they become dark green and leathery. The foliage often adheres long. The leaf edges are slightly serrated. The leaf arrangement is alternate. The autumn foliage is brown. Botanical name: Fagus sylvatica

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