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What Kind Of Tree is This

Posted by Agibson417 PA (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 15, 14 at 17:24

We have currently moved into a new home and are curious as to what type of plants we have. We were told the previous owner was very much in to the landscaping, A little to much in some spots lol. However, we were wondering what type of trees are there? How big will they get? what are these bulbs that they have growing on them? fruit? All Answers welcome :)

TIA!


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here is a closer look at them


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Pomegranate

Dax


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Not sure of that.....pomegranate not hardy in PA and the leaves look huge for that genus.

I think it's just a poorly pruned apple :-))


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hmmm! :)

Agibson417 do you live in Philadelphia zone 7?

Best regards,

Dax


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Pomegranate *might* make it in the absolute warmest parts of PA like urban Philadelphia.


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I think it looks more like a pear. I guess you'll know more in a few weeks.... Unless they fall off!


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Cut one open and take a picture.


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Certainly looks like a pear tree to me from both fruit and leaves.


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  • Posted by beng z6 western MD (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 16, 14 at 8:10

Not sure, but my pear has small developing fruit w/a reddish tint like that.


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Pear. Definitely not pomegranate.


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  • Posted by lkz5ia z5 west iowa (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 16, 14 at 12:26

Hopefully is a dwarf pear or looks like in a bad spot.


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