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Tree Identification

Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by Toothpick, May 22, 2018.

  1. Toothpick

    Toothpick #2 since day #1 Founding Member

    Any arborists here?

    This tree has been growing for a couple years now and I have no idea what it is. No other trees like it around me that I can see.

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  2. Spaz

    Spaz Founding Member

    Not much of an arborist but it looks like a Magnolia tree.
     
  3. Lucretia

    Lucretia Founding Member

    Possibly a deciduous magnolia, but not a Southern Magnolia (leaves are stiff and glossy.) Although my deciduous magnolias look a little different. If you crumple up a leaf, is there any fragrance?
     
  4. Toothpick

    Toothpick #2 since day #1 Founding Member

  5. eightysixCJ

    eightysixCJ Founding Member

    Hi Jason,

    I'm not in your zone and not up on what's common there but it looks like a young Chokecherry (Prunus virginiana).

    Tom
     

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