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    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.
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    I was wondering if someone could ID this for me. Not sure if it’s a Cotoneaster or something else.
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    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...
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    Another “Help Me ID This Tree”

    So, some neighbors said they thought they are Redbuds...One said, cotton wood. I looked under heart shaped leaves by, name e of the info matched what is on the tree. We have 1 big one on our lot, a sapling and a medium sized one. They have what looks like a small green berry/fruit. On the...
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    Japanese Boxwood Help

    Hi, so this is my first nursery find to make a bonsai. I was wondering if y’all could give your input on how to style? I was thinking informal upright. I removed some foliage to get a better look at what I have to work with.
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    GIANT Mimosa Tree!!!

    Ok, this is the LARGEST Mimosa I have ever seen!!
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    Big Ol' Hackberry

    So, this tree is at our local soccer fields. No idea on age, but man it's huge!
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    HELP!!!! Can Someone Identify These Trees???

    This one is in my front yard. Thought it might be some type of Hawthorn, but I have not found anything close by looking online. Any help is appreciated. Frog
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    Air Layering A Chinese Elm aka Lacebark Elm

    Hello all! I am in the process of trying to air layer a Chinese Elm. I was wondering if you could tell from the pictures if I went deep enough on the sap wood or not? I can go back and do more trimming seeing how I just did this yesterday evening. Thanks.
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