3 different Prunus caroliniana trees in the scene.
Prunus caroliniana, commonly called cherry laurel, is an evergreen tree or large shrub that is native to low woods, fields and thickets from southeastern North Carolina to Florida west to Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. It is most often seen growing 15-20 feet tall but may rise in tree form to as much as 40 feet tall. Glossy, lanceolate-oblong dark green leaves have pointed tips.
Polygons (Total number of scene): 804,975
Verts (Total number of scene): 1,120,221
Prunus caroliniana 1: 2/75 m
Prunus caroliniana 2: 2/77 m
Prunus caroliniana 3: 2/76 m
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- Units: Meters
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