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mr. penguin
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Can you identify this ?
Anyone know what type of bush this is?

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SaDaTayMoses
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re: Can you identify this ?
Indian Hawthorn?


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WPBTiger
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re: Can you identify this ?
Let me help you out



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Blah Blah Blah Dude
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Indian Hawthorne


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CrawDude
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re: Can you identify this ?
Looks more like Cleyera japonica to me.


Zappas Stache
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re: Can you identify this ?
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Looks more like Cleyera japonica to me.






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Looks more like Cleyera japonica to me.









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mr. penguin
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re: Can you identify this ?
Thank you to everyone!


Deerhunter62
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re: Can you identify this ?
Indian Hawthorne. I have several.


mr. penguin
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re: Can you identify this ?
it doesnt bloom...still think its Indian Hawthorne?


Zappas Stache
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it doesnt bloom...still think its Indian Hawthorne?




Indian Hawthorne's have serrated leaves. From your pic I don't see any serration but I can see the leaves are longer than Indian Hawthorne which is why I say its a Cleyera.


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Tigerroc
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re: Can you identify this ?
Yep, japonica. Have some in my yard. Indian hawthorns and japonicas both have a sort of whitish cream seed looking bloom.
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Gevans17
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re: Can you identify this ?
Japanese Clyera. The most maintenance free and disease resistant shrub I have ever had. Just need to trim them occasionally


bayoubengals88
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The most maintenance free and disease resistant shrub I have ever had


Also pretty damn ugly! Why not grow pretty things?!


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