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Re: Species query

Subject: Re: Species query
From: Topher Martyn
Date: Dec 29 2015 17:30:53
Definitely Koelreuteria. And they will do at least 50-60' when happy. Form 
looks just right for a young tree, too. 

Remains of panicles of flowers across the outside of the canopy very 
distinctive. If you look inside the seed cases, or on the ground underneath, 
you'll find 5mm shiny black seeds. 

If you want confirmation ask the owner.... There's no way they could have 
missed the golden flowers in summer. 

Definitely a tree which should be planted more widely, seems tolerant of hot, 
dry places too, which is pretty handy in the south-east. 

Topher 

On 29 Dec 2015 5:11 pm, Topher Martyn <tophermartyn@xxxxxx.co.uk> wrote:

Koelreuteria paniculata

(Assuming those are papery brown seed cases)

Topher

On 29 Dec 2015 3:15 pm, Phillip Ellis <elsteadbysea@xxxxxxxxxxx.com> wrote:

I have been sent this photograph today to identify tree. To me it 
looks like Paulownia but are there any other suggestions? 


Regards 
  
Phillip Ellis 
  





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