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Re:OT:Mystery Tree Identification

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re:OT:Mystery Tree Identification
  • From: "Carryl M. Meyer" <carrylm@bigsky.net>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 16:18:45 -0700

The branch looks like either a Redwood or Cedar--if there is a great smell
to it--then it probably is a Cedar--
There are many new hybrids of trees--conifers--that have been hybridized for
home gardens--which might or might not look like their parents--or grow like
their parents--so before you plant it anywhere in your yard--you had better
find out how tall it is expected to grow--and how wide--because once it gets
sorta tall--nothing will want to grow under it--and it might be shading your
favorite Iris Patch--
If you cannot get a 'sure-fire' identification for it--you might write to
Roger Nelson--who has many varieties of conifers--he recently moved from
Salem, OR area to Northern California.
I know I have seen it in Nurseries--but do not remember the name--
The place where you bought it--can't they identify it for you?
Carryl in western Montana--zone 3/4  sunny today but more snow on the way!!!

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