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SOLVED: Another one to ID

BATTLEBORO, NC

I think it is Rhoderdendron.
Any ideas out there?

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Bristol, United Kingdom

Could be, but a close up of leaf would be beneficial.

Seattle, WA

Could it also be Rhaphiolepis umbellata?

Beautiful, BC(Zone 9b)

I'm with vngarden.

BATTLEBORO, NC

These have ice on them. I hope you can determine the plant.

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Portland, United States

The buds make it look like a Rhododendron. One with rather veiny leaves.

Beautiful, BC(Zone 9b)

ok, now I'm with AmanitaM. The buds do look like a Rhodo. One that's not so happy.

Rolesville, NC(Zone 7b)

Are the plants shown in the first and second picture (from the first post) the same exact plant? The second picture does look like Rhaphiolepis and the close-ups kinda do, too.

BATTLEBORO, NC

Finally got time to reply here again.
Yes they are all pictures of the same plant.
Here's a couple more.
Thanks for helping me out.

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Portland, United States

The photo of the whole plant has pale bark like a Raphiolepis, and the first closeup has serrate leaf margins, which I guess some Raphs have. Definitely not a Rhodie.

Rolesville, NC(Zone 7b)

Yep, a Rhaphiolepis of some sort, though obviously one of the larger leaf types.

BATTLEBORO, NC

Your last guess was right. We are enjoying seeing it through the breakfast nook bay window.

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