The beautiful three-stemmed tupelo south of Glade Arch is featured in many books highlighting New York trees. There's also a notable black tupelo in Tupelo Meadow in the Ramble. Many black tupelo trees have been planted in the last few years as the Conservancy restores the Park's water bodies, wetlands, and woodlands. These trees are popular for the intensity of their crimson color each fall. Birds and animals love the black tupelo's fruit.