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Old 06-18-2015, 03:43 PM
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CoolI can't figure it out maybe you'd give me a hand?


Ok one of the grandkids brought this home for me but I'm not sure what kind of tree this is...... They're already laughing at me for transplanting a weed that grew to become a tree so to prevent becoming a total idiot please help.( I will say in my defense the weed tree was very healthy and growing well, like a weed) when we cut it down!)
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Old 06-19-2015, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Seachell2 :
Ok one of the grandkids brought this home for me but I'm not sure what kind of tree this is......
To me, those look like the immature cones from a Magnolia.
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Old 06-19-2015, 03:00 PM
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WinkThank you!


I thought that at first too. If so I'm excited maybe I can get a clipping or two. Thank you kindly for replyi g ZuZu..
Here is a picture of when I cut it.
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You are very welcome - and good luck with your clippings.
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this was a magnolia tree and the pods you have there are very young. ususally the flowering pods turn a pretty dark red once they are done flowering with huge white very fragrant flowers, with like a 100 seeds per pod and they are a bit prickly.
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I have grown one from seed, but never tried to grow from a clipping. Good luck!
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