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What kind of tree?

Posted by mg2000 none (My Page) on
Tue, May 7, 13 at 16:31

I'm trying to find out what kind of tree this leaf coming from.


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RE: What kind of tree?

Where is this tree located, is it wild or in a garden, have you seen it bloom, how tall, can you show a picture of the whole thing ... lots more details would be helpful.


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RE: What kind of tree?

My dad planted it from a seed but not sure what but a fruit tree for sure. it is only one foot tall now.


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RE: What kind of tree?

And where is it located? United States, elsewhere? If US, what state?


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RE: What kind of tree?

Citrus trifoliata ?


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RE: What kind of tree?

What is the scale of the picture? The texture of the leaf stalk doesn't really look like a tree leaf. On Citrus trifoliata there isn't such a disparity in size between the terminal leaflet and the other two imo.

A picture of the whole plant would be really helpful.


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RE: What kind of tree?

Agreed on leaf. But it was my best guess. The leaflets individually look like a Ceratonia siliqua, round with notch at tip. But I can't figure this, yet.


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