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Discussion in 'Nurseries and Growers' started by precisongreen32, Aug 16, 2009.
what plant is this?
here is a pic
Going to guess on something from the Willow family (Salix) or a fine leaf buckthorn.
I agree. Looks like Rhamnus frangula (cut leaf buckthorn). Great plant that is not used very often in the landscape.
does others agree??
well there is two cultivars of buckthorn. 'Columnaris' and 'Asplenifolia'
I dont konw which cultivar it would be. 'Columnaris' is uprite but has a wider leaf. 'Asplenifolia' has a thinner leaf but the plant gets ten feet wide. So what u guys think?
Looking in my Dir 'Manual of Woody Landscape Plants' it looks like a leaf from a 'Asplenifolia'.
Do yourself a favor and spend the 60 bucks and pick one up. Its a great book to have.
I do have Dirr. I was thinkin 'Asplenifolia' also but Dir says it gets 10 feet wide so that is why I was confused. thanks