Well, green doesn't seem to attract the viewers the way yellow and red do, so I'm promising a few colourful photos in this thread, after I post my favourite trees, Schefflera (OK, I think I may have called some other trees favourites). But I was excited to see Douglas Justice's November 2019 in the Garden | UBC Botanical Garden blog, with distinguishing features for all these Schefflera species. As has been the case lately, the blog has some good photos, and if you catch the November tour in Garden Explorer (link is in the blog - the tour is available for the whole month), it's easy to follow along in the blog and see several good photos of all the trees mentioned. The photos will still be available after November, but you'll have to query each species. Here is Schefflera alpina, with nice purple-red stems and purple fruits. Schefflera delavayi is the easiest to recognize - it's a nice big wide tree with big tough leaves. I have posted flowers (I think) and fruits in previous years. The best name goes to Schefflera fantsipanensis, not named for its appearance but for Mt. Fansipan (Phan Xi Pang) in Viet Nam where it grows (I don't know how that "t" got in the species name). It does have somewhat fancy wavy leaflet edges. I want to post this Schefflera hoi so that I will be able to identify it again. It's just far enough off the path to not be able to really get a good look. I think this might be Schefflera 4 in my new leaves posting last May at So many scheffleras with new leaves, so few labels. Here is Schefflera minutistellata, with awesome double-decker leaves. This one is below the boardwalk past the Campbell Building. I wasn't really successful in capturing the nice purple stems.