2 Parrotia Persica trees in the scene.
Parrotia persica, the Persian ironwood, is a deciduous tree or shrub in the family Hamamelidaceae, closely related to the witch-hazel genus Hamamelis. Usually a shrub with branches starting at ground level, growing to become a medium-large tree with a spreading, irregular branching pattern. Sometimes also cultivated as a high stemmed tree. The glossy leaf is dark when it emerges and usually has a slanted shape, with the top half of the leaf edge undulating irregularly.
Polygons (Total number of scene): 2,921,887
Verts (Total number of scene):1,830,817
Parrotia Persica01: 8/71 m
Parrotia Persica02: 9/12 m
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