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Please ID this deciduous tree

Posted by optimus68 Eastern Europe (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 1, 13 at 8:24

Can anyone help me identify these trees in the background of this image? I assume they are deciduous, since the image was taken in Romania. How do they do in the Australian climate (i.e. in the temperate regions like the Eastern states)?

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RE: Please ID this deciduous tree

OK I'll give it a go. This can be nothing more than the wildest of guesses based on a vague idea of the shape and something about the way the topmost branches are held. Maybe Wych Elm - Ulmus glabra. But they could be almost any of the deciduous trees found in the Carpathians ie oak, linden, hornbeam, etc. There are several different species mixed in there, I believe. I'm curious as to why you want to know if they'll grow in Australia. The picture comes from Wiki and shows a house in Transylvania i.e. the Carpathian Mountains. Check the climate there and compare with Eastern States of Oz. I suspect there's not much similarity.

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