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Re: Mystery plants

> > #1/#6 flowers do look like clethra, but it definitely isn't a shrub- it 
> > has a trunk and is about 8 feet tall with a typical tree shape (I saw it 
> > in May- before it bloomed).
> Clethra alnifolia can get 8' high and look treeish, so I'm still going to
> stick with that.  :)

Actually, scratch that.  It didn't click that the leaves from #1 were the
ones in #6, so it's definitely not a Clethra.

I'm going to go with a Prunus of some sort then.  It could just be Prunus
serotina (but the leaves are a little wide), or Prunus virginiana.  Do you
know when it was blooming?

> > #7 is a big mystery. Some kind of foundation shrub.
> Wow!  So it's definitely a hardy plant there?  I thought that it might've
> been some sort of tropical species.
> I like to think that I know woody plants, but this one has me, err, 
> stumped.

Oh, I meant to ask.  Do you know when this one was blooming?  I was
assuming it was blooming now when you first posted it.  Is it woody?


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