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Help ID these plants / trees

Posted by TJohnson28 none (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 8, 13 at 18:12

Hello all,
The hubby and I just moved to a house with various fruit bearing trees / bushes. Can you please help identify these as we are slightly clueless, haha!

Note: each picture is a different tree

Thank you!!


Plant 6 photo 20130708_132925_zpsbb483f75.jpg
Plant 4 photo 20130708_132846_zpsf708be30.jpg
Plant 3 photo 20130708_132829_zpsefb91b5f.jpg
Plant 2 photo 20130708_132723_zps47ac973a.jpg
Plant 1 photo 20130708_132711_zpsd9a290a8.jpg
Plant 8 photo 20130708_132557_zpsb3ec0ff1.jpg
Plant 7 photo 20130708_132521_zpsf6761cdb.jpg
Plant 5 photo 20130708_132455_zpsbd5b7941.jpg


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RE: Help ID these plants / trees

I believe some of these are different trees of the same variety. I cannot guarantee but the berry like things appear to be raspberries. The sixth one is pomegranate.
you are very lucky! have fun with a great garden!


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I think the first 3 look like some type of berry that grows on a 'cane'-raspberry or similar fruit-are they on a cane or vine?


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They are growing on a cane, when I first saw it I immediately thought it might be raspberry or blackberry. I sure do hope it is, I guess time will tell.

I thought the sixth one might be blueberry (im not 100% sure), its a medium size bush with lots of berries.


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The sixth one looks like a Serviceberry. Brady


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6th one is definitely not a pomegranate.


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7 is a lilac


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First three are raspberry and not blackberry.

Agree with serviceberry.


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Thanks for the help!

I found out that Pictures #4 & #5 are more than likely red currant.
The last image is quite possibly an apple tree.


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I think 4 & 5 are ornamental shrubs - possibly viburnums. The last one possibly a hawthorn tree. You might post the pictures in one of the other forums.
I bet you will have a beautiful yard come spring.
Sherry


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1-3 raspberry
4-5 Viburnum - probably V.trilobum
6 serviceberry
7 lilac
8 hawthorn


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Yes; 4-5 do not look like currants. The Name That Plant forum usually gives very precise plant IDs.


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I agree with lucky_p, although the last one I thought was for sure an apple, a very small apple. However I am not familiar with hawthorn so he's probably right. I do know that hawthorn and apple are in the same family so it makes sense. The others I think are all correct.


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Last one is a hawthorn--note thorn at top of picture.


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