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Hello everyone... I'm rather new to gardening, but I seem to have a knack for it. I found this little tree in the corner of my back yard. It smells sweet, and produces yellow flowers.
Thanks in Advance...

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  • Posted: Sun. 23rd March 2014 19:50

Re: Please help me indentify this plant or tree..

Reply from ELAINE HUTSON

Is there a picture, the hammaemalis or witch hazels have finished blooming, is it a chimonanthes another winter blooming shrub.

  • Posted: Mon. 24th March 2014 17:50

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Reply from Latasha Jones

I tried postings a picture but it won't load. I'll try again

  • Posted: Mon. 24th March 2014 18:17

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Reply from Latasha Jones

I tried postings a picture but it won't load. I'll try again

  • Posted: Mon. 24th March 2014 18:23

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Reply from Nicola

Hi Latasha, we need to fix our image uploader. The file size is probably too large. Can you resize down and upload again? Thanks Nicola

  • Posted: Mon. 24th March 2014 19:12

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Reply from Latasha Jones

Here's a picture of the tree I was referring to.... Thanks again.

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  • Posted: Wed. 26th March 2014 22:15

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Reply from ELAINE HUTSON

It looks like a magnolia, could be Elizabeth if it is off yellow or butterflies if it deeper, it may have different varietal names in the UK, but it is a Magnolia.

  • Posted: Wed. 26th March 2014 23:39

Re: Please help me indentify this plant or tree..

Reply from Latasha Jones

Thank you so much... Do you think it's wise to remove the tree and reposition it? It's really not in a good location.

  • Posted: Thu. 27th March 2014 02:23

Re: Please help me indentify this plant or tree..

Reply from ELAINE HUTSON

If it needs to be moved the best time to do it is in autumn, magnolias have brittle roots, you might have to get some advice from nursery people.

  • Posted: Thu. 27th March 2014 13:34