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Tree identification

Posted by sarah_and_ben Central Mass (My Page) on
Sat, May 3, 14 at 14:21

Hi, At my new house I have this funky little tree. Can anyone help me figure out what it is? Thanks!


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RE: Tree identification

This tree is in my front yard. It has a itchy powdery stuff all over it.
Stays green all year and buds white flower things at the ends in spring.


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  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Sat, May 3, 14 at 14:50

Closer view needed of first one to tell. And lopping of branches should be discontinued as that destroys the beauty and purpose of a weeping specimen.

Second is leather-leaf viburnum. This also has been getting mal-pruned, would be much more attractive and effective left to branch to the ground, form a dome-like shape.


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I hope this close-up view works for you. Thanks!


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Weeping mulberry.
M.alba.
There are 'fruitless' male clones, like Chaparral, and fruiting female selections, like 'Teas Weeping', among others.


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