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Albizia julibrissin

Posted: 18/07/2014 at 09:16

Wow, TaraMaiden, that indeed looks like fasciation in your Albizia. So, you're now unofficially owner of a botanical freak  It does look weird, doesn't it?  I've just checked my own tree, but nah, everything normal there. 

Would you object to me copying the picture and posting it on a couple of Dutch forums to ask if any of the knowledgeable nursery men/women there have ever seen this before in Albizia julibrissin ?

Albizia julibrissin

Posted: 17/07/2014 at 11:50

No, I have seen many Albizias, small ànd tall, but I have never seen this or heard it mention. Could it be some kind of fasciation (from Webster's Dictionary: a malformation of plant stems commonly manifested as enlargement and flattening as if several stems were fused)??

Is it possible to post a picture of the leaves, TaraMaiden?

Can you help identify these plants please?

Posted: 02/07/2014 at 14:31

I don't think it's Cornus alba 'Sibirica', as that cultivar of Cornus alba has bright red stems. Cornus sericea ' Flaviramea' has yellow or bright green stems. It is a cultivar of Cornus alba, though. Probably C. alba 'Elegantissima', since there's a hint of red on the stem and branches.

Can you help identify these plants please?

Posted: 01/07/2014 at 15:06

I agree with Nutcutlet, that last photo, nr.9 is some ssp. of Viburnum plicatum.

Rhododendron ponticum leaf problem

Posted: 01/07/2014 at 14:58

Linda, try googling Phytophthora cinnamomi + Rhododendron as well as Phytopthora ramorum + Quickthorn and have a look at the pictures coming up. If your plants look like that, I'm afraid you might have a problem. 

Unknown Conifer

Posted: 10/06/2014 at 16:32

Have a look at Cupressus sempervirens cultivars, I have a feeling you´ll find it there   

Plant ID

Posted: 08/06/2014 at 17:27

Lucky sister!! These Salvia's even look good after flowering, but can  sometimes suffer from powdery mildew. I always cut them back if that happens. And they love their soil dry, very dry even. At least , that's my experience

Plant ID

Posted: 08/06/2014 at 13:12

It's Salvia verticillata, might be S. verticillata 'Hannay's Blue'

Can You Identify These?

Posted: 12/05/2014 at 19:53

I think it could be a Primula species, Primula beesiana maybe?

Problem With Pear Tree

Posted: 08/05/2014 at 14:31

It looks like Pear leaf blister mite. Read more about it here: http://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=661

If the infestation is severe, it is possible that the young fruit is infected.

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