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This has been growing in my yard for a few years. Wondering if its an American Elm? It has a nice vase shape. If so, what are survival chances?
They are everywhere: shrubs, walls, cars, driveway. Yesterday morning I was working outside when I heard a noise like a house alarm going off....
It took 17 years to bloom but it was worth the wait.
I have never seen anything like it in Central NJ. Its growing where some soil was disturbed.
Can you please ID this plant growing in my front yard in southern New Jersey?
I've forgotten the name of this common roadside wildflower. Thanks for the help.
Thanks. Since its growing next to my bird feeder, it will make a good addition.
Can anyone help identify this tree/bush growing in my yard in Central New Jersey. The leaves have a fuzzy feel on the top.
Thanks for the posts. Judging by the number of galls, this pin oak will not survive.