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This is a Tri Colored Beech. It is a smallish tree. I do not think there are many in our region. I am convinced this is the only one on Lake of the Ozarks. It will hold the pink and burgandy and there will be changing to some cream till about mid july when it goes mostly green and gets kind of crinkly on the edges of the leaves.