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Plant Identification: Help appreciated - growing in Oregon 3 different plants

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weeds
Panhandle, FL
(Zone 8a)

April 25, 2014
4:06 PM

Post #9821544

My son lives there and is just learning to garden.
These were already in his yard.
More pictures of the tree (scroll down) that will help, I hope!
Thanks
Connie

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steadycam3
Houston Heights, TX
(Zone 9a)

April 25, 2014
4:19 PM

Post #9821553

The third one is definitely an azalea and the 2nd one looks like Rhododendron

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Vestia
San Francisco, CA

April 25, 2014
6:14 PM

Post #9821691

Could you post more pictures do the first one? There is not enough detail there to be sure but it may be a walnut.
I agree the 2nd and 3rd are Rhododendrons; the 3rd is one of the types referred to as an "azalea".
hcmcdole
Powder Springs, GA
(Zone 7b)

April 25, 2014
6:21 PM

Post #9821700

3rd one looks like the native azalea hybrid 'J.E.B. Stuart' I saw earlier today at the nursery.
weeds
Panhandle, FL
(Zone 8a)

April 25, 2014
6:32 PM

Post #9821718

Thank you, I will get more pics of the tree!
Diana_K
Contra Costa County, CA
(Zone 9b)

April 25, 2014
10:09 PM

Post #9821880

Ask your son to get the picture with the light behind him. The pic in the first post is a silhouette, and does not show as much detail as it could.
A picture of the main trunk showing the bark could help, too.
If there are any fallen fruit that have lasted over the winter that also could help.
weeds
Panhandle, FL
(Zone 8a)

April 26, 2014
5:17 AM

Post #9822034

Diana, I sure will ask him! Thanks.
Rlalique
Bristol
United Kingdom

April 26, 2014
6:44 AM

Post #9822103

First one, Fraxinus?
weeds
Panhandle, FL
(Zone 8a)

April 27, 2014
11:28 AM

Post #9823272

Here are 3 pictures of the 1st picture...the tree.
Hopefully these will help.
Thank you!

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Vestia
San Francisco, CA

April 27, 2014
12:57 PM

Post #9823361

now I think it looks like Gleditsia - "honey locust"
weeds
Panhandle, FL
(Zone 8a)

April 27, 2014
2:38 PM

Post #9823430

Thanks, I have looked at all 3 and just not sure.
Anyone sure what it is?

ViburnumValley

ViburnumValley
Scott County, KY
(Zone 5b)

April 27, 2014
9:02 PM

Post #9823715

That's probably that old rascal 'Sunburst' - Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis 'Sunburst' - which has the yellow foliage that makes you think it's chlorotic.

http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/85607/
weeds
Panhandle, FL
(Zone 8a)

April 28, 2014
6:49 AM

Post #9823996

Thanks all!
That is probably it!

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