Trees and Shrubs forum: Need to identify tree

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Mogibb1
May 12, 2018 1:16 PM CST

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Name: John
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ViburnumValley
May 14, 2018 8:37 PM CST
Wow. These look remarkably similar to this:

https://davesgarden.com/commun...

Your pictures are clearer when posted on this website. I wish you would provide more description of what you are showing; that can only help when we are trying to ID a plant from your pictures.

Your fourth picture, which shows trunk and large branches. How would you describe their character? Are they flakey, and kind of orangish in color? That kind of information from someone who is there and looking at the plant makes ALL the difference in IDing trees like this.

If I am correct in assuming what has not been stated, I'm happy to change my assessment and say that this tree is probably Scots Pine - Pinus sylvestris.

But it would be nice to hear confirmation of these kinds of things from the person who wants to know what the plant actually is.


John

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