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EnglishCan anyone identify this plant?

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PANAGOT 1 month ago
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iul7 1 month ago
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iul7 1 month ago
i think it might be white cedar


https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.illinoiswildflowers.info%2Ftrees%2Fplants%2Fwhite_cedar.html&psig=AOvVaw2EJeRhbPfULeSJkRsMpAuC&ust=1629359691597000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAsQjRxqFwoTCICh1oOMuvICFQAAAAAdAAAAABAD
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
Sapozinho 1 month ago
Parece erva doce
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine for sure 100%
MRjo 1 month ago
I think that's weeping willow.
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
It looks like a young Weeping White Pine to me . Here is a link for reference: http://plants.highlandavegreenhouse.com/12120028/Plant/1097/Weeping_White_Pine
Victor 1 month ago
White cedar
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine for sure 100%
Victor 1 month ago
White cedar
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
ALi Reza 1 month ago
This is a turmeric tree. This plant is a very hardy tree that is specific to hot, dry and desert areas.
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
Victor 1 month ago
White cedar


https://www.google.com/search?q=white+cedar&oq=white+cedar&aqs=chrome..69i57.6753j0j4&client=ms-android-transsion-tecno-rev1&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine for sure 100%
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine for sure 100%
Victor 1 month ago
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John Downes 1 month ago
It's a Willow tree. There you have it https://duckduckgo.com/?q=willow+sapling&t=hx&va=g&iax=images&ia=images
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
Leonardo Lingo 1 month ago
Willow trees come in 12 different types.
1. Weeping Willow
2. White Willow
3. Goat Willow
4. Dappled Willow
5. Peach-Leaf Willow
6. Purple Osier Willow
7. Coyote Willow
8. Scouler’s Willow
9. Almond Willow
10. Crack Willow
11. Arctic Willow
12. Dwarf Willow
Learn about the distinctive characteristics of each and where you may locate them here: https://www.homestratosphere.com/types-of-willow-trees/
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
kenan 1 month ago
kenevir
wallstreetWOOKS 1 month ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
Danielle Nguyen 1 month ago
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/willow/common-willow-tree-varieties.htm
Danielle Nguyen 1 month ago
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/willow/common-willow-tree-varieties.htm
dydodo 1 month ago
Parkinsonia for sure
kiemarent 1 month ago
a plyzeryme
Võ Trần Thành 1 month ago
nó chắc chắn là cây thông
Joseph Coulibaly 1 month ago
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Joseph Coulibaly 1 month ago
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Joseph Coulibaly 1 month ago
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Teniola 4 weeks ago
That's a young weeping white pine
MadhuV 4 weeks ago
cabbage tree
Daniël Zoonen 4 weeks ago
Weeping white pine
Eduardo Moura Martins Cunha 4 weeks ago
Minha avó disse que é uma Paineira.
Juman 4 weeks ago
Weeping White pine plant
Victor Leon 3 weeks ago
Young Weeping White Pine. http://plants.highlandavegreenhouse.com/12120028/Plant/1097/Weeping_White_Pine
Aditya Thaware 3 weeks ago
This is for sure india or white chedar pine
Alate Emmanuel 3 weeks ago
Un pin blanc pleureur
Prajjwal Singh 3 weeks ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
Miss Mike 3 weeks ago
If that is an example of Southern white pine of the eastern USA ,boy,is it a sickly subject! It definitely need a lot of minerals into the root system. I would not have recognized it as such. Usually it would not have so many droopy needles and needs more rain water and sunshine. It may be a different variety in a different part of the world, perhaps in the Azores or Cape Verde Island region off the coast of Africa. You have to remember that a lot these trees came over to the eastern USA by the ocean currents. They could be traced to the Benin. region and very ancient 5000 yr old river systems from the old rivers of Western Africa and evolved. So this could be a distinctive anomaly. Think about it.
Mehdi Baret 3 weeks ago
weeping willow
Ibrahim Bajwa 3 weeks ago
it is a young weeping white pine tree
Omisakin oluwaseun 3 weeks ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine
Saba 3 weeks ago
young wipping white plant.
manh123 3 weeks ago
i don't no what that tree
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Nirontor 3 weeks ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine for sure 100%
link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wPXlUx60yg&ab_channel=Engineer775
Miriam Nyaitondi 3 weeks ago
It's pine tree.(https://images.app.goo.gl/QRoRQT37p1BLeP6t7)
Pfalzgraf 3 weeks ago
myabe a cedar
cheksman 3 weeks ago
Weeping white pine
rajeesh 3 weeks ago
its a young weeping white pine
driss99 3 weeks ago
White Pine
driss99 3 weeks ago
https://youtu.be/0aA_lAMnfDo
Flávia Alves Cabral 3 weeks ago
funcho (foeniculum vulgare )
Ömer Büyüker 3 weeks ago
Ağaç türü amerikan
Alexandre Roméo 3 weeks ago
C'est un jeune pin blanc pleureur à coup sûr
Rodolphe 3 weeks ago
I don't Know that One Okay?
Alexis 3 weeks ago
White Pine and sure
Ismail Ali 3 weeks ago
I think its a calender
Beezy🐐 3 weeks ago
Weeping white pine
chia 2 weeks ago
Crazy Willow
chia 2 weeks ago
Crazy Willow
Beniskossi 2 weeks ago
WATTLE Acacias of Australia
https://apps.lucidcentral.org/wattle/text/entities/acacia_cyperophylla_var._omearana.htm
Mikasa 2 weeks ago
Pancooter
Acikmizan 2 weeks ago
Its a young Weeping White Pine for sure 100%
Tasley 2 weeks ago
It is a white pine tree
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/pine/white-pine-tree-information.htm
dharmesh99 2 weeks ago
for indian trees
Andrii 2 weeks ago
Botanical name: Parkinsonia aculeata
pino69 2 weeks ago
White cedar
Khalid 2 weeks ago
White ceder
Christian 2 weeks ago
It looks like a pine
Condomines 2 weeks ago
Sorry but i don't know...
Marvin alexander 2 weeks ago
La planta se llama ciprés la llaman así en Centroamérica es una Planta introducida
Daniel 2 weeks ago
Weeping white pine tree
yalooss 1 week ago
think its a tree
Ale 1 week ago
It's a Casuarina comune
Grace Muriithi 1 week ago
I think it's a pine
Rohit 1 week ago
https://www.dapplelandscapedesign.com.au/Trees/large-trees/casuarina-glauca-swamp-she-oak.htm. Its casuarina glauca
Akinrinlola Damilola 1 week ago
It's definitely a white cedar
Couchy 1 week ago
Weeping pine
Leaan Wishart 1 week ago
its a pine tree that is used for christmas tree
tonedog1 1 week ago
Droopy tree
Mustafa 1 week ago
Beyaz akça ağacı
Rabia 4 days ago
Genus: Perkinsonia
Family: Leguminosae
Parkinsonia aculeata is a species of perennial flowering tree in the pea family. Common name include
palo verde, Mexican palo verde, Parkinsonia, Jerusalem thorn, jelly bean tree, Palo de rayo and retama.
tommy valdes 3 days ago
parkinsonia aculeata
tommy valdes 3 days ago
https://jardinage.lemonde.fr/dossier-3576-epine-jerusalem.html
Lenchy Horja 2 days ago
Silver Birch Trees (Betula pendula)
The Silver Birch (Betula pendula) tree is a very popular and easily recognisable tree with it's silvery-white bark. The Silver Birch tree is native to much of England, Scotland and Wales. It is one of the faster growing and establishing deciduous trees reaching a reasonable height within 10 years. They can grow up to 25m. In Scottish folklore a barren cow, herded with a birch stick, would then fall pregnant bearing a healthy calf.

The Silver Birch is particulary hardy in damp areas. Known as the "lady of the woods" with fine silvery bark and catkins in spring with fine green leaves in summer which turn a pretty yellow in autumn. Flourishes in both wet and dry and exposed areas.

The current height of these trees is approximately 50-100cm and they can be planted out all year round.

Plant in wet, dry, open and upland locations
Likes most soil types
Pretty garden tree
Native to the British Isles
doopie 2 days ago
It looks like a white cedar IMO
Rajat(zilber) Joshi 2 days ago
It be oak or co'^ key persons name
Hash 20 hours ago
its a young Weeping White Pine