Cotinus coggygria Scop., Fl. Carniol. ed. 2, 1: 220 1771. (Syn: Cotinus arenarius F.A.Barkley; Cotinus cinereus (Engl.) F.A.Barkley; Cotinus coggygria f. atropurpureus (Burv.) Geerinck ……..; Cotinus coriarius Duhamel; Cotinus cotinus (L.) Sarg.; Cotinus ellipticus Raf.; Cotinus velutinus (Engl.) F.A.Barkley; Rhus cotina St.-Lag. (Unresolved); Rhus cotinus L.; Rhus laevis Wall. ex G.Don; Rhus obovatifolia Stokes (Unresolved); Rhus velutina Wall. ex G. Don);
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Flora of Chakrata Part-3 Cotinus coggygria from way to Chakrata:
Very nice pics for this common tree, I will post mine also…
I knew only Euphorbia cotiniifolia, and now I know how similar the leaves are.
Cotinus Species for ID : New York : 09AUG19 : AK-25 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Cotinus Species seen in a park in Manhattan.
The closest match I could find was Cotinus coggygria ‘Young Lady’.
To me also appears close to images of Cotinus coggygria ‘Young Lady’ at
yes smoke tree for sure but the cultivar “Young lady,”???? need the label.
was there a label still attached to this tree in manhattan? also what park// what street ? where on the street?
also what park// what street ? where on the street?
Thanks … This plant too was at Battery Park, Manhattan.
I did not see any label.
Cotinus coggygria from Mississauga Canada-GS04122021-1: 3 very high res. images.
clicked from Kaneff Cresent Mississauga, Canada, 9-9-2019,
This was clicked in the Palace gardens, Versailles, France in July 2022.
Smoke tree….. grown as ornamental shrub