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Flowering Tree ID Pls

Posted by Leandra7 Z3a in GP, AB (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 11, 14 at 8:53

Wondering if you know what kind of flowering tree this is...it is about 12 ft. tall, looks purplish-red with some green leaves leafed out. And, I think it's fragrant. A little hard to tell as there is lilac, spirea and another pink bush blooming nearby.


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RE: Flowering Tree ID Pls

It's an apple tree, probably an ornamental crabapple. Maybe Konrad or one of our tree guys could guess the variety.


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RE: Flowering Tree ID Pls

Maybe a flowering plum?

Ginny


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RE: Flowering Tree ID Pls

Check out Radiant roseybloom crab.


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RE: Flowering Tree ID Pls

Wow, thank you. Yes, this tree fits the Rosybloom Crabapple images. I'll keep watching it. Perhaps I'll be able to narrow down the cultivar. Thank you again.


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RE: Flowering Tree ID Pls

What a beautiful property! :)

Ginny


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