SOLVED: ID please


Some sort of tulip tree, maybe?
The photo I loaded by mistake. I''ll try again.

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Scott County, KY(Zone 5b)

That's your Prunus laurocerasus clone again.


Yes I grabbed the wrong photo.
Let us try these two.
Are they the same type plant?
The second photo, I'm referring to the leaves at upper right of picture.

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Beautiful, BC(Zone 8b)

Gardenia, probably Gardenia jasminoides 'Kleim's Hardy'

Rolesville, NC(Zone 7b)

Yes, the first picture (of the second set) is a Gardenia but it is more likely to be Chuck Hayes, Veitchii, or Mystery based on the leaf shape. It also had a whitefly problem last summer judging by the sooty mold on the lower leaves. You may want to use a systemic insecticide on it once the weather warms up.

The plants in the second picture are Carissa (Chinese) Holly and some kind of deciduous Magnolia like Magnolia stellata (Star Magnolia) or possibly Ann or Jane.


I agree the first picture is a Gardenia. Waiting for the weather to warm up.

I had thought the plants in the second picture were Indian Hawthorn.
I appreciate your thoughts.
I believe you are correct on Magnolia stellata. Seen one bloom just before the first hard freeze.

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