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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by bob, Sep 6, 2003.
hard to tell with that picture, can you get one close up?
Are those dried flowers on them?? If so, when was the pic taken??? Looks sort of like a Rhododendron sp., but it is realy hard to tell from this far away.
Need close ups. Azaleas? Indian Hawthorns? Can't tell.
It's a rhododendron, sheared to look like a ball. What a shame....
Th picture is a bit misleading
can be just about anything
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Glan - look at the photo again. Towards the bottom, you can see the distinct leaf of a rhodo. But you are also correct, the photo is kind of misleading......
Green, with brown spots. You should do something about those spots. Or get a camera that can do close-ups.
the leaves look too small to be a rhodo. Most rhodos that i have seen dont get that dense.