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Mountain Paper Birch, Betula cordifolia
Leaves are cordate-based, and twigs are nearly glabrous, per Woody Plants of the Southeastern US: A Winter Guide.
Dwarf-flower Heartleaf, Hexastylis naniflora
Leaves cordate to orbicular-cordate, variegated, 4-6cm long and wide, per A Review of the Taxonomy & Biogeography of Hexastylis, Aristolochiaceae. Castanea (L.L. Gaddy, 1987).
French Broad Heartleaf, Hexastylis rhombiformis
Leaves cordate to subreniform, 3-6cm long & wide, not variegated, per A Review of the Taxonomy & Biogeography of Hexastylis, Aristolochiaceae. Castanea (L.L. Gaddy, 1987).
Bradford Pear, Pyrus calleryana
Initially circular, maturing to ovate or slightly cordate with tapering tip, per A Field Guide for the Identification of Invasive Plants in Southern Forests.
Tung-oil Tree, Vernicia fordii
Leaves heart-shaped, or lobed with 3-5 pointed tips and a cordate base, per A Field Guide for the Identification of Invasive Plants in Southern Forests.
Summer Grape, Vitis aestivalis var. aestivalis
Leaves cordate to orbicular, unlobed or 3-5 lobes, dentate to crenate, per Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses.
American Dog-violet, Viola labradorica
Leaf apices obtuse to acute. Leaf bases broadly cordate to cordate, per Violaceae of the Southeastern US. Castanea (McKinney & Russell, 2002).
Wavy-leaf Aster, Symphyotrichum undulatum
Cauline leaf blades sessile and cordate-clasping, and/or... [see next photo]