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SOLVED: Banksia?

Richmond, TX(Zone 9a)

W/o blooms not sure. What do you think?

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Clarksville, TN(Zone 6b)

It does look like it.

Richmond, TX

I'm not sure. It is odd that all the leaves are in 3-leaflet groups. The older parts should have some 5-leaflet groups. I would think.

San Francisco, CA

Banksia? Not.
Did you mean a Lady Bank’s rose - Rosa banksiae?

Northern California, CA(Zone 9b)

Hi Nery!
What made you think banksia, Nery? Banksia leaves vary considerably between species but I have never seen 1 like those. Plus a bush of that size would have old cones. I have never seen a cascading banksia either.

I agree the trailing effect looks like a Rosa banksiae but from my memory, the leaves do not at all.

Richmond, TX(Zone 9a)

Sorry guys, I meant lady Banks rose.

Northern California, CA(Zone 9b)

Sure could be, bobthescgardene. Looks like the trailing photo in your link too as well as the leaves. I enlarged Nery's 1st photo but can't tell if stems are square.

Nery, compare these attributes to your bush. (from your link, bobthescgardene)

BTW bobthescgardene, was there supposed to be an r on your name?

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Charleston, SC

Sadly, not enough room for the r

"If I only had an r"

Northern California, CA(Zone 9b)

LOL I didn't know there was a limit.

Richmond, TX(Zone 9a)

You guys r the best. It is j. Nudiflorum. Those things get monstrous!

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