So, I have a druid character who will be taking a custom feat called Beckon the Flaming (i.e. Beckon the Frozen from Frostburn with the element types switched):
When you summon a creature or creatures using any summon spell, you can opt to summon a version of the creature from an extraplanar inferno. If you do so, the summoned creature gains the fire subtype, and its natural attacks deal an additional 1d6 points of fire damage. Creatures with the cold subtype can never be enhanced with the fire subtype in this manner.
For say, something coming from Summon Nature's Ally, this is all well and good. However, one creature that Druids gain access to, but Summon Nature's Ally does not cover, is the Treant. While Changestaff and Liveoak let them have a treant at their side, they are both Transmutation school and do not use the term "summon" anywhere in their text, which means that they do not count as "summoning a creature" for the purposes of feats that apply to summons (one cannot apply Greenbound Summoning to a treant created using Changestaff or Liveoak under this interpretation, for that matter).
Does a spell (preferably a druid spell, of course) exist that summons a treant in the fashion of the other summoning spells in the game?
NB: this question appears to be a dupe, but isn't as it emphasizes creation in general, not summoning specifically -- a fellow Stackizen created it based on a chat conversation in an attempt to do me a favor but didn't put all the constraints in when they did so.