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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by gasfast, Mar 22, 2007.
Can any of you guys tell me what kind of tree this is? It's driving me nuts.
it would'nt be one I would have in my landscape !!!!
cant really tell by the pic
Around here we call it a SPRIG. It is a fast growing weed. Ugly and needs to be pulled and replaced with something nice. Kind of like a MIMOSA but uglier. good luck, cut it down, grind the stump and plant something nice next to where it used to be.
up here alot of people think a mimosa tree is a weed, I kinda like em though
Looks like box elder suckers growing from an old stump.
Hard to ID without a leaf or close-up of the bark.
Regardless of the specifics, I would advise cutting the big limb at the bottom (for a healthy fee) and replacing it with air.
It's not any of the trees mentioned.
It doesnt seem to have leaves or needles, but has delicate "sprigs" as foliage.
I suspect it may be indigenous to the western states.
The tree has sentimental value to the property owner.
Can you give us any more info? maybe a shot of the bark or a desription of the leaves or blooms? Thanks.
I'll risk saying Russian Olive, but I'm almost sure thats wrong. Maybe some kind of Willow. The true experts can tell just by the bark and branching structure. Get a better pic of the bark and maybe a leaf.
I'll get a couple of more pics posted soon. No green yet, but when the foliage is there it is like a spindley little fern. It doesn't look like a leaf or a needle.
Here's one more...