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    RE: Evergreen tree identif. HELP!

    Looks like a holly (Ilex sp.) to me, but I'm not sure which one. Leaves look pretty large for the evergreen, smooth-margined hollies I can think of.
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    RE: log identification

    There is actually a species of walnut in your area called the Arizona walnut (Juglans major). The wood is known to have those beautiful properties. Hard to say, but what I can see of the bark looks...
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    RE: re.CAN YOU INDENTIFI THIS TREE

    Well, still in the rose family, anyway :). Many rose-family trees have a leaf shape and venation something like that.

    Yes, if the foliage stays reddish year-round, it is most likely a purple-leaf...
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    Re: RE: Texas/Escarpment live oak vs. Live oak

    Yes, older for one thing, also it can depend on the growing environment, the tree's individual life history, etc.


    The southern live oak acorns around here are often very dark like that, but...
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    RE: Wath is this !?

    Yeah, it's a reference to the beloved sugar maple. Not necessarily a promise that I will be sweet. :twisted:

    I would suggest that you may have a rather "suppressed" and scrawny young example...
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    RE: CAN YOU INDENTIFI THIS TREE

    From the leaf alone, it looks like possibly an apple of some kind. But a leaf is rarely enough, and this could be a lot of other things. It would be helpful to see twigs, buds, bark, whole tree...
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    RE: Wath is this !?

    Pinus sylvestris commonly has contorted needles like that, and also in fascicles of 2 like yours. It's native to your region. That would be my first guess.
  8. Thread: Unknown fur

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    Re: RE: Unknown fur

    From your pic, it definitely looks like a dawn redwood. They're not rare as landscape trees, but they're not overplanted, either, and they're very nice trees with few problems. They really do grow...
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    RE: Help me ID this bonsai tree

    Do you have any idea whether this was taken as a cutting from a wild tree? If so, where was the source tree (what state)?

    Palmately compound and opposite leaves make me think of Aesculus, and the...
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    RE: Cedar from southern Chile

    That species is likely to be rather finicky in terms of its preferred climate. Where in Canada are you?
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    RE: Sick Trees!

    That's what I was thinking, too. Bacterial wetwood is very common on elms, and not really a big problem for them. It's hard to find a mature American elm that doesn't have it. The smell is...
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    RE: How do maple trees pollinate?

    What species of maple are they?

    Sounds like they're probably much too young to flower, although if it's a small species or a graft, it could happen. Depending on the species, they flower...
  13. Thread: Sick Trees!

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    RE: Sick Trees!

    Does the ooze have a foul stench?
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    RE: What Is This Evergreen (2nd Pic)

    Looks to me like maybe a Torreya species. Any fruits or cones visible?

    China-fir would be a close second choice.
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    RE: Another volunteer

    Way to go Aesculus!
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    RE: strange, beautiful tree in new york state

    I agree with Magnolia, but I think it looks more like saucer magnolia (Magnolia x soulangiana).
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    RE: Carpenter ants in our willow tree

    Hi Janelle,

    Yes, you read correctly. The ants take advantage of soft, rotting wood to excavate their nests. They don't tunnel into sound wood. No treatment needed. Any big, old willow is...
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    RE: A tree with hanging bell-shaped pods

    I dunno man, E. rudis isn't one of the species that can have red flowers, as far as I know.

    Eucalyptus ID is a serious pain!
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    RE: A tree with hanging bell-shaped pods

    Sounds like a Eucalyptus species - particularly the bell-shaped seed pods are typical of some eucalypts, and all the other characteristics would fit, as well. That would explain why it's not in your...
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    Re: RE: 2 different trees, same trunk???

    Yeah. You can see the graft union right above there, unless I'm mistaken. I'm not really an expert on ornamental grafts, but as I understand it, doing it like that is called a "high graft." If...
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    RE: 2 different trees, same trunk???

    Here you go, I'll use an html tag:
    <img src=http://images1.snapfish.com/347893467%7Ffp347%3Enu%3D3254%3E566%3E%3B8%3B%3EWSNRCG%3D3233%3A6%3C774743nu0mrj>

    Toronado had it right, that sprout is...
  22. Thread: Yew Trees?

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    RE: Yew Trees?

    LOL, no your seller was completely wrong. Those are crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica).

    Yews (Taxus sp.) are conifers.
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    RE: Tree ID Help (3 pictures posted)

    Thanks pwk! :)

    I thought of it because it reminded me of rattlebox (Sesbania punicea), which is not uncommon down here.
  24. RE: Any advice for planting trees in an alfalfa field?

    Additionally, larger trees require more pampering until they establish, and you mentioned that you wouldn't be able to do too much watering.

    Poplar is a good choice for your situation in terms of...
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    RE: Tree ID Help (3 pictures posted)

    Maybe Sesbania drummondii.
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