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    05 / 20 / 2023

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It returns every year and gets to be about 5 ft tall, never blooms. I thought it was a Rose of Sharon tree by looking at the leaves.


  • Christina Unregistered says:

    I believe picture #4 is a hellebore.

    January 8th, 2024 at 7:56pm

  • laura735 Master Identifier says:

    1- Vine with tendrils maybe the Crossvine (Bignonia capreolata).
    2- Multiple leaflets maybe something in the Juglandaceae (walnut, hickory, etc…).
    3- Maybe a type of clematis.
    4- Although it looks a lot like the Virginia creeper but I don’t see any tendrils and you didn’t indicate that this is a vine, I’m wondering if this is the five-fingered Aralia aka five-leaf Aralia (Eluotherococcus sieboldianus)? Please give us an update with a more mature form later in the season by resubmitting with photos with side view of the main trunk/ stem. This might give us more clues to tell more. For now check out the included blow for images of five-leaf Aralia and see if you have a match. Thank you and best wishes!

    July 5th, 2023 at 4:36pm

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