A small tree, Ptelea isophylla can be found on the Fairway.
This species is covered in corymbs of greenish-white flowers from June into July. These will be succeeded by flattened, round, winged fruits resembling hops, which which are typical of the genus. A native of North America this species is a member of the predominantly tropical and southern hemisphere citrus family, Rutaceae. Many members of the family have leaf glands which release a bitter aroma, while many, including Ptelea isophylla, have trifoliate leaves (three leaflets) . The correct name of this species is questionable, with it being widely regarded as a synonym of Ptelea trifoliata.