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OK - So my client today has this in her landscape and wants to know what it might be. ??
This little guy was found in the Southern Nevada Desert.
Hey Silver Surfer...
thanks - I'd say you hit it.
So, a client sends this photo. A bit like a chilopsis, but I've not seen one with flower clusters like this. The tree is doing OK here in Vegas....
Just came in. Looks familiar, but i don't have a name for it??
I agree with your sentiment.
The flowers were too small for the Rose of Sharon, but I'm going to suggest a new specimen.
Clients bring in the most interesting things.
Anyone recognize this?
I say you've done it again.
This little plant is a volunteer and thriving in a pot in the Del Mar area near SanDiego.
It is now about 2 feet tall. What could it be?
I also felt like this might be a Bottle Tree, but the leaves were much more narrow than I've seen before...???
The attached photo is from an evergreen (supposedly) tree that is about 20 feet in height. Any ideas?
That is certainly what it is.
White fruit with a small pit. Very much seems ornamental only.
The tree is about 15 feet tall. Looks like a Crab Apple (with thorns), but the leaves don't look like Malus to me. The thorns are large and very...
OK - this one has me stumped. This branch (about 8 inches in length) is from a shrub about 4' x 4' in size.
What is it?
Because of the smooth skin, persimmon was also my thought. But the seeds don't match any varieties I know of.
This fruit is smooth skinned and the taste (don't know if it's mature) is bland. It's about 1.5 inches in diameter, and has a flowering end...
Las Vegas. These are wild only to the extent that the client did not plant them. Irrigation is provided in the vacinity, so up they go.
The first one looks like a thistle to me, though I'm not familiar with which variety.
The second one has me stumped. Any ideas from this...