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1 - Berries on bush, 2- small orange fruits, 3- pretty tree

Posted by MiaBlooms Connecticut (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 18:28

We just bought our first home and inherited the former owner's garden. He who tended the garden has now passed away, so it's impossible to ask him what he planted.

It's in southern Connecticut (zone 6?) where the soil is generally more moist.

#1 and #2 are on the back of the house.
#3 is farther away, beneath a canopy of other deciduous trees. This deciduous tree's leaves were bright red last fall.


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RE: 1 - Berries on bush, 2- small orange fruits, 3- pretty tree

#2 looks like a quince to me...probably grown for spring bloom, and fruits are just secondary since they're so small.

#3 looks like a red-leaved Japanese maple


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RE: 1 - Berries on bush, 2- small orange fruits, 3- pretty tree

No1 looks like Symphoricarpos albus.
Daisy


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RE: 1 - Berries on bush, 2- small orange fruits, 3- pretty tree

1 Symphoricarpus
2 Chanomeles
3 Acer


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