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P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

Posted by ken_adrian z5 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 1, 11 at 9:40

Pinus aristata ... OMG.. interior browning.. is it dying.. lol ... wish i could get an ID on the plant behind ... sold as Platycladus orientalis 'Aurea Nanus' ... which bluespruce is adamant it isnt .... told to change teh name to Thuja orientalis AN .. which other say it isnt .... bigboxstore ... one of my first.. i suppose that tells the whole story .... i think there was a thrid name offered.. brecks gold.. and i know that spelling is wrong ....

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Pinus resinosa 'Quinobequin' .. can anyone give me a phonetic pronunciation on this one.. and what that name means.. i see its a road in MA .... lower damage probably to snow cover ... and winter sun level ... cham thyoides 'aurea' behind.. the worst 'aurea' i ever saw in my life.. probably mislabled ... as i have never see any yellow cast to it ...

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Pinus parviflora 'Ini Funi' .. planted 2005 .. bunny somehow found it and went after it.. so the cage... why it hasnt been removed in 6 years.. is a mystery left to the ages ... lol ..

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i havent seen firefighter ... will I .. is he ok???? .. whaas would be will II .... lol


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

Will, that Platycladus cultivar name is 'Pyramidalis Aurea'.

Pinus parviflora 'Ini Funi' is a misspelling for 'Isn't Funny' ;0)
The true cultivar name for this one is 'Iri-fune'...

Thanks for the pics, may I also use these for the Dutch Conifer Society Database in exchange for the misspellings I helped you with?


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

Ken = Will #3, that's why I named you that way ;0)
Sorry, it was just a mistake...


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

Another good set of photos. Glad to see larger examples.

Dax


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  • Posted by whaas 5a SE WI (My Page) on
    Thu, Dec 1, 11 at 10:54

That Pinus aristata is pimp.


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

what the heck does that mean???

ken


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

It's dialed like the man with the fine ladies. ;0)

Dax


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  • Posted by whaas 5a SE WI (My Page) on
    Thu, Dec 1, 11 at 18:04

That and basically cool as shyza.


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

you OLD dudes are scaring me with your hipster language ..

ken


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

Well, I'm 17 years young and I agree with whaas and Dax: That Pinus aristata is undoubtedly swank.

Here is a link that might be useful: Definition of Swank


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

crimminey.. swank goes back to the 1920's ... nothing new there.. lol


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RE: P aristata, P res 'Quinobequin', P parv 'Ini Funi'

Yikes...ya'all speakin in a different language. Those plants Ken are the cat's meow. D'oh. LOL


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