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Some other plants seen during Loquat search in Seattle

Posted by Bradybb wa 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 16, 11 at 23:43

I read a few posts about a huge Loquat in Seattle.The directions were not address specific,but gave a general area.One of them was two blocks east of Weller.Weller runs east and west,so it was a little difficult to decipher.But I think I found the area,but found no Loquat.Heck,I could have walked right by it,as I've only seen a small one up close and not one that dwarfed a house.But I may be back.I think bboy posted in the same article about one growing on 65th that I'll most likely check out.
As I walked through this neighborhood though,there were some other plants,which I snapped some shots with my phone's camera.It was getting towards dusk.Some I can identify,some not.Brady

Vine with soft thick flowers
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Snowberry I think
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Bamboo or other reed growing above (Snowberry?) bush
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Two big Fig trees were in this yard,they looked neglected
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Monkey Puzzle Tree about 35 feet
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A small Crabapple I think
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Not sure what this is,looked cool
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RE: Some other plants seen during Loquat search in Seattle

  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Fri, Dec 16, 11 at 23:49

Clematis
Synphoricarpos
Sasa
Viburnum


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RE: Some other plants seen during Loquat search in Seattle

Thanks bboy for the very quick and knowledgeable followup.Brady


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RE: Some other plants seen during Loquat search in Seattle

  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Tue, Dec 20, 11 at 19:36

That was, of course supposed to be Symphoricarpos, with an "m". I hit the wrong key.


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