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Some More Color!

Posted by mizellie z7 Al (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 10, 06 at 16:13

This first JM is a seedling. it is very colorful and it's one of my favs.

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This is the JM I have been trying to find a name for. I have posted the pics before but they actually so close that you couldn't tell much about it...

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Another view! There are other trees in the backgorund, not to be confused with the JM.

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This is the trunk...

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And last but not least is the leaf size. I didn't go so far as to measure them but as you can see they are quite small.

Brooke, the other pics I posted of this tree were very close up and so looked large leafed....Ellie

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RE: Some More Color!

OHmygawd, you have manicured nails! What kind of gardener are you - lol! Sure doesn't match my nails (which I got dirty again this afternoon).

You are right, it does have a small leaf. I can't ID it from a picture, maybe in the spring, but not now. How tall is it - I think the Shin is 10-15' at maturity. Whatever it is, it is gorgeous.


RE: Some More Color!

I had my nails manicured a couple of weeks ago. My daughter was ashamed to be seen with me..Hehehe!! I have had to do it again ( myself ) a few days ago cause they don't stay purty. Since I have been sick, I haven't been able to get outside soooo, they keep pretty clean.

I will try to remember to get a picture of my JM in the spring when she is in color. I think she is between 10 and 12 feet high. I am only guessing about that but I think she is the most colorful of all of my JMs.....Ellie

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