[align=left]I have seen this tree or overgrown shrub growning in*"green" area in Kitchener Ontario.* It is very lovely, however I have no clue what it is.* I think it may be an overgrown shrub that some one has dumped.**It is about 10 feet tall and there seems to be multiple stems growing from the base,* the leaves are very fine needle-like and the ends of each branch are very pretty pink colour.* They have been this pink colour for over a month and some are now starting to fade to*green.* It is willowy and after a heavy rain the branches will hang very low.* Normally the branches are quite upright.* I would lke to find out what this is so I can add it to my own yard.* Many thanks[/align]
Your picture is a bit blurry for me and there aren't any closeups, but it reminds me of Tamarix aka salt cedar.* There are several different species of this large shrub or small tree.* Here's Tamarix ramosissima, is this what you see?
Before you plant it please read here why it's called salt cedar.* You may decide you don't want it in your garden.* I couldn't find any info that it was considered an invasive where you are in Kitchener Ontario, Canada.
In the western US this is an invasive species and should never be planted.
[align=left]Many thanks for your sppedy reply - that is exactly what I see.* Now that I know what it is I can do some research.[/align]
[align=left]Once again thanks - your site is awesome[/align]
You are so very welcome!* And thanks for the compliment.* :)* I'd love to know if you can find it where you are and if you decide to plant it.*