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Citrus plant identification

Posted by nup_s India (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 28, 13 at 1:54

Help identifying this possibly Citrus plant?
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2817/9155261547_45284afa91_b.jpg

Here is another smaller plant of possibly similar type.
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7331/9155264185_d322f6d85d_b.jpg


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RE: Citrus plant identification

I don't believe that is a citrus. There is no wing before the main leaf and each set of leaflets appears to be coming from a central leaf stem and not the tree itself. That makes it a compound leaf. citrus do not have compound leaves

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These are citrus leave. The stems are not perfectly strait and only a small wing at the base of the leaf


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RE: Citrus plant identification

Does not look to be in the citrus family to me. Try crushing a leaf and see if it smells like any citrus cultivar.

Patty S.


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RE: Citrus plant identification

Looks like Ailanthus... a pernicious weed.


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RE: Citrus plant identification

I just went out to my local community garden to look at our ailanthus tree. This is not ailanthus or citrus. Your plant is to nice looking for ailanthus altissima


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