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What plant is this?

Posted by warrier 20166 (My Page) on
Mon, May 26, 14 at 17:30


I will appreciate very much if someone could identify what plant this is. I saw this at a friend's house and they were not sure what this plant was since it was planted by the original owners of the house.

Thank you


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RE: What plant is this?

AH! I know this one. (I never do) Its a broom! We have the same kind in front of our house. It almost got killed by the snow drifts one year so we tied it to a stake. BIG MIS-STAKE. It didn't like that at all.

RE: What plant is this?

Wow ! It's beautiful whatever it is - looks like a fiesta !

RE: What plant is this?

Looks like it is in the pea family, like a sweet pea. But I've never seen one that color.


RE: What plant is this?

Very old question. It is in the pea family but it isn't a sweet pea. It's Broom. Cytisus cultivar.

RE: What plant is this?

Looks like Cytisus X 'Lena'.

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