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please help ID this plant

Posted by Androidmom Northern Virginia (My Page) on
Thu, May 29, 14 at 9:34

We moved into a house few years back with huge pine and oak trees with other shrubs, however this one was cut back to the ground by the previous owners. We cut it back as well without knowing but now it look like hydrangea leaf but I am not sure. I am allowing it to grow to see what kind of flower if any will product but the waiting is killing me so here I am seeking help identify this plant


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Looks like it to me


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Fuchsia


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Thedecoguy - to me that looks like Fuchsia too. But we have no sense of scale. How big is this shrub? How big are those leaves? And are any Fuchsias hardy in N Virginia? I don't know.


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I am sticking with Hydrangea>>still you may not have blooms this years depending one which one because of the winter we had and also having been cut back.


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the scrub is just now starting to grow not too big but it looks like it may be about 3 feet wide. leaves are now small to medium.

I do agree I will just let it grow out and find out. Yes winter was hard in northern VA most of my scrubs are trying to still recover..

This post was edited by Androidmom on Thu, May 29, 14 at 12:57


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