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  1. Frog

    Another “Help Me ID This Tree”

    So, it more than likely is the latter of the two...Eastern Red Cedar.
  2. Frog

    Another “Help Me ID This Tree”

    Ok, have another one. Is it Cedar or Juniper??
  3. Frog

    Another “Help Me ID This Tree”

    Ok thanks so much! I looked them up and they are considered invasive here too. My wife thought it looked nice and brought me a piece from a limb that had fallen off of the tree. Thinking it would make a decent bonsai. I think I’ll have to pass.
  4. Frog

    Another “Help Me ID This Tree”

    Yes, it is in my neighborhood.
  5. Frog

    Another “Help Me ID This Tree”

    Here’s one....Hawthorn? Maybe??
  6. Frog

    What is this??

    Ok, found one with possible bloom or seed??
  7. Frog

    What is this??

    Thanks, I saw that, but could not find any pictures with close ups of the leaves.
  8. Frog

    What is this??

    Not much of an odor when the leaves are smashed. They are mostly multi trunks, I did see a few that were single and double.
  9. Frog

    What is this??

    Anyone care to try and identify these little shrubs? I am in Pecos Texas for work and found these in the field. I have only seen the small ones, but driving back to the hotel I think I spotted some bigger ones. I’ll look again tomorrow. I think they are indigenous to the area. Thanks fo looking.
  10. Frog

    Cotoneaster?

    It was planted. I believe there are more around the house. I’ll get some more pics this evening. It was raining yesterday.
  11. Frog

    Cotoneaster?

    Do yaupon holly grow like a tree? Or is it more of a shrub?
  12. Frog

    Cotoneaster?

    Thanks, I’ll look into that. I know the berries get red around late November/December.
  13. Frog

    Cotoneaster?

    Here’s a different one, I don’t think it’s the same.
  14. Frog

    Cotoneaster?

    I was wondering if someone could ID this for me. Not sure if it’s a Cotoneaster or something else.
  15. Frog

    Japanese Black Pine??

    Thanks everyone! I’m gonna buy some seedlings to play with. Also, if anyone is wanting to part with a black, white or red pine let me know.
  16. Frog

    Japanese Black Pine??

    Thanks!
  17. Frog

    Japanese Black Pine??

    Thank you! How about Julian Adams for JBP seedlings? Any good?
  18. Frog

    Japanese Black Pine??

    Thanks for the good info!
  19. Frog

    Japanese Black Pine??

    Thanks, I’ll look into him. Are you talking about the candle cutting not working or both methods?
  20. Frog

    Japanese Black Pine??

    Maybe I misread....I’ll try to find what I’m talking about, but the jist of it was to cut a newish green candle and apply rooting hormone....kinda like cutting a seedling top off and planting it....or is that something totally different?? Where is a good place to get reasonable priced and good...
  21. Frog

    Japanese Black Pine??

    Hello all, I was wondering if someone could tell me if this is a black pine? If not, then what? I have been given permission to take cuttings next spring or even an air layer if I want...
  22. Frog

    Bought Online Pine Reverse Taper

    Nah....no need to burn it, it’ll be good practice material if nothing else. It can be fixed with time, if I don’t kill it.
  23. Frog

    Bought Online Pine Reverse Taper

    I like the way you think! Anymore ideas or information will be greatly appreciated!
  24. Frog

    Bought Online Pine Reverse Taper

    Eh...It will never be a show piece, but its something to practice on.
  25. Frog

    Bought Online Pine Reverse Taper

    Not trying to hikack your thread, but I have an ugly duckling too...not from Eastern Leaf, but from a local guy here in Dallas. I got a good deal on it so, I picked it up.
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