A state symbol of Arizona is the state tree Yellow Pallow Verde. It has two leaflets each about ½ an inch, yellow, and short lived. It gets patches of bright yellow clusters that are ½ and appear in the spring and early summer. On account of this the tree is leafless most of the year. There seeds are two to four inches long covered with poison, sharp needles, and grow in the summer. The twigs are smooth, yellow greenish, and come to a point. Bark on these trees are smooth, yellow green later turning brown making the tree scaly. The tree itself can grow to be 25 feet tall. It has solid wide branches. The Yellow Pallow Verde is Arizona’s state tree.