... Bottomland hardwood forests and moist upland hardwood and mixed hardwood-loblolly pine forests. alternate. •Aspen – Bark is smooth, greenish white to cream-colored, often ... • Virginia Pine – Needles in 2’s, 2” long and usually twisted. It has two types of leaves: spreading prickly ones on young shoots and seedlings, and tightly overlapping scale-like leaves on the mature branches. – Margins are toothed. Leaf Attachment. petiolate. Leaf Arrangement. pitch pine Pinaceae Pinus rigida Mill. Flower: Species is monoecious; males cylindrical, red to yellow, in large clusters at twig tips; females yellow to red, with small, curved scales. Red pine has fallen out of favor as an ornamental landscape plant and not recommended because of its susceptibility to insect and disease problems. Red pine is a large native, long-lived evergreen tree of dry habitats.The handsome, tall straight trunk and beautiful red bark add to its beauty. – Leaf stem is flatten and is attached at a 90 degree angle to the leaf blade. Eastern red cedar is a small, conical tree that commonly colonizes fields after agriculture is abandoned. Vitaceae. Leaf Type. Facts. symbol: PIRI Leaf: Evergreen needles, 2 1/2 to 5 inches long, with three twisted needles per fascicle, yellow-green to green. virginia-creeper, virginia creeper, american ivy, fiveleaved ivy, woodbine Family. arrangement for: • •Aspen – Leaves are 1 1/2” to 3” in diameter. dentate. Leaf Margin.