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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Envy Lawn Service, May 28, 2003.
Can anyone identify this?
Looks Like a dwarf Violet liliac from the pic
Thanks, I tried searching the net to see if I could confirm if it was that. However my searches came up empty. You wouldn't happen to know the scientific name for it would you?
When it was small, it looked sort of like a hedge sprout. It has developed quickly and this year is the first time it has flowered. Until now I hadn't really paid any attention to it much other than noticing it was growing fast and appeared very healthy.
Are those flowers white? Its hard for me to tell. If so, there is a type of privet which resembles that plant with the same type of flowers and its evergreen. I have one growing on my property and it has those shiny leaves with nice white flowers. I wish the flowers pictured were a little more clear.
I don't think your plant is a lilac (syringa species)...I have never seen lilacs with such shiny leaves.
Is there a Sasanqua camelia variety with a fine texture petal like that?
Camelia sasanqua '?'
Yes the flowers are white.
I will search on that other species mentioned as well.
Is it shrubby or vining?
Shrubby, tree like even...
These are fall / winter, but it gives an idea of what's out there for spring look too. Does it look similar to these?:
I'm still leaning toward japanese or waxleaf privet. It grows 8 to 12 feet tall, produces white nice looking flowers, is evergreen and grows like a weed.
Are the leaves growing opposite each other on the stem?