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Plant Identification: SOLVED: Bush or tree?

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June 10, 2002
5:26 AM

Post #32162

I recieved this from a friend. it has yellow blooms. wondering how big it gets? i think i should move it.

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June 10, 2002
6:22 AM

Post #278072

Is this shrubby or herbaceous? Right now I think it's a type of Lysimachia - Loosestrife. Lysimachia punctata and vulgaris both have bright yellow open blooms during summer ... sound familiar?
(Zone 4b)

June 10, 2002
12:23 PM

Post #278118

Forsythia? =)

June 10, 2002
11:30 PM

Post #278556

No it don't bloom like a forsynthia. i will try to take a pic when it blooms. it don't have alot of blooms. I don't know know what herbacious is Sorry :(. Maybe shrub like i would say.

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