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Need Help Identifying this Tree

Posted by louiseglm16 Zone 5, NY (My Page) on
Wed, May 19, 10 at 20:29

This tree is quite common on a trail system located in Western NY State. The flowers are fragrant, trumpet shaped and hang from the bottom of the branches. I'm not having much luck finding out what it is, and would appreciate some assistance. Click on the thumbs to make the pictures larger.

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RE: Need Help Identifying this Tree

Appears to be Autumn Olive


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RE: Need Help Identifying this Tree

That's it, thanks lycopus. Darn, I was afraid it was an invasive. This trail system is chock full of invasives, from these, to wild roses, to Black Swallowwort. I think that I just found a place to volunteer at.


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RE: Need Help Identifying this Tree

I think that I just found a place to volunteer at.

Good for you, louise. Glad to see more people involved in getting invasives OUT.


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