Re: 6 Mystery trees/bushes needing names & how to take cuttings/what time of year

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Posted by Newt on July 03, 2002 at 14:00:38:

In Reply to: 6 Mystery trees/bushes needing names & how to take cuttings/what time of year posted by Christina on June 22, 2002 at 12:04:33:

: The Photos can be viewed at

: http://community.webshots.com/album/41383630pmuUue

: Please be kind enough to e-mail me with your answers

: Zone 7, Southern Oklahoma,

: 1. Mystery
: I have 2 Photos for this Tree/Bush I have a bush/tree that I would like to find out how to take cuttings from it,
: It has been growing that we know of 20 years, But I am sure it is older then that. Some called it a "Lavender TreeĒ But we do not know the true name.
: It sits on the east side of the house so I would say full sun.
: The flowers on this is about 5 inches long, leafs are about 3 inches long.
: The width of the flower is about 1 inch wide.
: This doesnít seem to have any new stems I can take a cutting from, only hardwood. The tops where the flowers are at, branch out in
: All types of directions. (Bty, I get no butterflies around this only bees and bumble bees)
: I would like to find out what the name is

: 2. Crepe Myrtle
: The other 2 photo are Crepe Myrtle would like to know when and how to take cuttings from it, close and far, not in bloom yet.

:
: 3. Mystery / Snowball Bush?
: The other Photo one with the red berries on it was to be a snowball bush. But it has no snowballs. Only white flowers that fan out, and red berries in last spring/summer. I think it is in the snowball family. But just what do we have here?

: 4. Mystery/Green Bush
: One Photo, It is some type of green bushes that we would like to know the name of. Right now itís in bloom. (If you would like to call it that) also when and how to take cuttings from it, this does have a lot of new growth on it each year.

: 5. Myster/Flowering Bush
: The other one is purple flowers bush ... I have two photos of it also, one is a close up shot, the other is not very good. But far away.
: I am also looking to find out to take cuttings from it, and the name of the plant.

: 6. Come Back 40' clocks
: What is the correct name for this plant? and how do I get more from it?
: It comes back each year, from a very big bulb, never does seem to have babys. it likes shade.

Something must be wrong. When I go to the url you supplied, I get a picture of what looks like a canna and the other is a bunny in the grass.

Newt

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