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Re: ID suggestions

Subject: Re: ID suggestions
From: Tahir Sharif
Date: Jun 10 2019 12:38:46
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Could be a plum, but very deep veined. Don't think it's a goat willow on that view. Doesn't look like a cherry to me

Tahir


On 10/06/2019 13:34, Jerry Ross wrote:
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FYI, Here's another picture of the foliage...
but actually it was the curious knobbly yellow growth I was querying, not the tree!
(ps - for the avoidance of doubt, I was joking about Durian!)

On 10/06/2019 12:50, Tahir Sharif wrote:
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Definitely not a cherry, bark loooks plummy not sure about leaves not clear enough. Maybe a myrobalan?

Tahir
and On 10/06/2019 12:57, Hare, Gareth wrote:
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Goat Willow

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From: uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info [mailto:uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] On Behalf Of Jerry Ross
Sent: 10 June 2019 12:25
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Subject: ID suggestions

Any ideas what's going on here -
There's very little information - the enquirer only says that "there are two cherries with weird yellow growths"  and "These are approx plum size and have orange powdery stuff on them." (Cherries...? leaves look more like plum.  Unless they're Durian perhaps!)


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