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Please help identify these shrubs

Posted by rashafaa 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 21, 13 at 13:11

Good Morning,

I just moved to Georgia from Arizona and am trying to help identify the plants in my yard. Please see below. I'm curious about the Christmas tree looking bush, the green and yellow bush and the huge bush. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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The low growing christmas-tree looking thing is a form of chinese juniper. Cultivars come in many different heights and even forms, from groundcovers to tree forms.

The yellow bush is probably a non-native Euonymus.

The big green one appears to be a Cleyera japonica, also non-native.

RE: Please help identify these shrubs

Just a quick tip: take pictures using your phone in the *landscape* mode (turn phone sideways, long side down) with the bottom of the phone to your right and you will never have orientation issues.

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