Name this please

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by The landscaper, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. The landscaper

    The landscaper LawnSite Senior Member
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    I am looking for the name of the 5 bushes along the front of the sign. And if possible, the name of the grass on the ends. I would imagine its just a medium sized grass or something.
     

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  2. grass_cuttin_fool

    grass_cuttin_fool LawnSite Gold Member
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    Looks like a juniper to me, not sure which variety, not sure on the grass
     
  3. marko

    marko LawnSite Senior Member
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    can you get a close up of each?
     
  4. The landscaper

    The landscaper LawnSite Senior Member
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    That is the only picture I have but you should be able to blow it up alittle bit more by formatting the picture. Try to right click on it and go to format then size. That may work.
     
  5. The Dude

    The Dude LawnSite Member
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    OK. I'll name them Bob, Joe, Leroy, Jimmy, and Spank.
     
  6. TJLANDS

    TJLANDS LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Bar Harbor or Sargent Junipers.
     
  7. TJLANDS

    TJLANDS LawnSite Bronze Member
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    The Grasses look like they are not perenials, so probably Purple fountain
    grass. If they are perenials you will know soon.
     
  8. Fantasy Lawns

    Fantasy Lawns LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Christmas Tree ;->

    Gonna need a close up of the fruit or cone .... the needle texture n such

    3 on the left look like a type of spruce maybe juniper ...4th on the far Right almost looks like a type of pine
     
  9. The landscaper

    The landscaper LawnSite Senior Member
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    gkuygoh liugoig
     
  10. TScapes

    TScapes LawnSite Senior Member
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    It looks like you are dealing with a "rug" juniper (5) and I can't be sure on the grass, but it looks like a 1 gallon fountain. Then again, most grasses at that size look similar, so it could be a miscanthus or even a pompas.
     

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