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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by dariab, May 22, 2005.
Can anyoen tell me what these are?
well the third one looks like a Hydrangea .. not sure about the other 2 .. good luck in finding the names of the other 2 .. im a sure someone here will know ..
1: possibly Aronia
2: honeysuckle (Hall's)
3: viburnum summer snowflake
I know this thread is old but I believe the first plant is not aronia in any case, it is prunus padus. The second one is lonicera (a variety) and the last one is viburnum but I reckon it looks like a plicatum variety (e.g. viburnum plicatum "Mariesii" or "Lanarth") rather than any other, the picture is quite small but it shows horizontal branching.
First one is more likely Black Cherry Prunus serotina.
Yes, Michael, you are right, cause it has glossier leaves. I did not notice.