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Spotted two Pyrus salikifolia 'Pendula' in a new garden I'm working on one about 5m high and the other one 5ft both taged as 'Pendula' neither has pendulus branches have the been pruned wrong or what even though they look as if they havn't been touched both have upright branches am i missing something or are the name tags wrong can sumone shed some light i'd appreceate it.

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  • Posted: Fri. 11th December 2009 00:03

Pyrus salikifolia 'Pendula'

Reply from Katy Elton

Hi Ray,

You're right, it sounds unlikely that these specimens are the weeping 'Pendula'. Could you perhaps describe the foliage on them (if there is any still left on or if you saw them before the leaves dropped) to help identify the true variety? i.e. are the leaves long and narrow, or oval? Are they straight or curled? What colour are/were they? What is the underneath like?
Hopefully these answers will give us clues as to what variety these trees are.

Look forward to hearing back from you.
Katy

  • Posted: Sat. 12th December 2009 12:20