Plant ID forum: Some plants.

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AlwaysGreen
Jan 25, 2018 3:52 AM CST
Hello again and again. I've always been fascinated by the beautiful word of botany even if i don't have the opportunity to study it. When i go to some green area i always get fascinated by this beautiful green world. I took other photo of some plant that i don't know or i have some doubts of that.

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N3 - This one is a little bit more difficult.



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N4/5 Doubts.


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Zencat
Jan 25, 2018 7:35 AM CST
#1 looks like Quince. Does it have thorns?
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Yorkshirelass
Jan 25, 2018 7:39 AM CST
The first two photos look like Pittosporum tobira to me. Not sure about the second set, the third may be a sucker from a Sumach?
I think you're correct with your identification of pics 4/5
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plantladylin
Jan 25, 2018 10:06 AM CST
N1 does look a lot like Japanese Pittosporum (Pittosporum tobira)
N2 reminds me of Photinia https://garden.org/plants/brow...
N3 ??? Maybe try to get more photos after the leaves fully open
N4 looks right for Mediterranean Fan Palm (Chamaerops humilis)
N5 does appear to be a type of Date Palm, possibly a juvenile Canary Date Palm (Phoenix canariensis) or Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera)
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AlwaysGreen
Jan 25, 2018 10:25 AM CST
Thinking deeply, the number two reminds me Arbutus Unedo.
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plantladylin
Jan 25, 2018 10:38 AM CST
For comparison Strawberry Tree (Arbutus unedo)
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Henhouse
Jan 26, 2018 7:19 PM CST
I feel pretty certain the first one is Pyracantha.. I just went out and picked a little branch for comparison. There is a slight indentation at the leaf tip. And there should definitely be thorns..
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I've seen the leaves on Photinia turn that red color, then brown.. also Raphiolepis do that, but the shape doesn't look quite right for either of them, and it's hard to get an idea of the actual leaf size from the pictures..

3rd plant in the second picture looks like Rhus typhina.. maybe Staghorn sumac.. but I don't recall mine looking green, as your first picture shows. Here's a bare branch of mine taken today for comparison.
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The other thought I had was Tree Peony just from the foliage.. but I don't think so...
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plantmanager
Jan 26, 2018 7:24 PM CST
My thought on the first one was pyracantha. The leaves look right. It does have thorns.
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