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  • Date Photo Taken

    09 / 14 / 2016

  • Season Photo Was Taken

    Fall

  • Region Photo Was Taken

    Midwest

  • State

    Wisconsin

  • Posted by

    laura wedge

Notes:

East side exposure shrub that doesn’t have blooms. Grows fast. Would like to buy more:)

Comments

  • laura735 Unregistered says:

    I just now saw your feedback, thank you! I could only speculate and try to narrow down its with the given photo base on the plant’s leaves. Of course I could always be wrong in my “guessing”. I did take note of what you had stated: “doesnÕt have blooms” from your original post. Since I don’t know its ID and how mature it is or the cause of not blooming. Again I could only speculate. Perhaps you could try your local Agriculture Extension Service with the link below. Best wishes! https://dane.uwex.edu/

    October 5th, 2016 at 1:00am

  • Laura Wedge Registered says:

    As I stated it doesn’t bloom (no flowers). Just leaves.

    September 27th, 2016 at 5:42pm

  • laura735 Unregistered says:

    With out its flowers & not able to see more of the plant, I’m taking a guess only. This could be either some type of honey bush honeysuckle or waxberry aka snowberry (Symphoricarpos). Both plants are in the same family of Caprifoliaceae. My guess is leaning toward the snowberry group. According to sources, species grow in WI include S. albus (common snowberry), S. occidentalis (Western snowberry, Wolfberry), S. obbiculatus (Coralberry). there is also a hybrid group of Symphocarpos x chenaultii. Link below with images of various cultivars, click on photos to enlarge. if this isn’t bush honeysuckle or snowberry, make new post when it blooms if you still don’t know by then. Best wishes! https://www.google.com/search?q=Symphoricarpos&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjIt6GagZ7PAhVEOiYKHbKuCagQiR4IggE&biw=2144&bih=1015&dpr=0.9

    September 20th, 2016 at 9:30am

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