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    cyclopse Lots of non-CPs need an ID (DUW)

    Hey guys. I would like to get some IDs on these plants. I apologize in advanced for some of the pictures. For some, I could not get into the area where certain plants were located (fenced off), so I had to take shots from far away.

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    B: This one resprouts every late summer through fall and blooms late October through November. Dies back after hard frosts hit.









    C: I have seen large trees of these.









    D: Indoor plant that loves the shade.





    E: Very invasive, fast growing tree. Deciduous and produces copious amounts of seed. There are small seedlings all over the proximity of this one mature tree.













    F: This one make tons of berry-like fruit this time of year. The birds love them.









    G: Very tall and frequently used in landscaping.





    H: Possible conifer. This one was fenced off and I could not get close. Tolerates very hot summers, serious drought, and very cold winters.







    I: Nerium oleander-like plant, however the flowers are different than the typical oleanders found here.

    -Joel from Southern California


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    A. is a juniper either Juniperus chinensis or J. virginiana. Very common around SoCal. The "berries" are actually small cones.

    C & F are very common around SoCal too. I see them all the time but don't know what they are. They sure make a mess from the flowers and berries.
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    The indoor one reminded me of the yucca species...not sure which one...you can do a bit of searching on yucca and maybe you will find it...or may be a specie related to it
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    F = the genus is Pyracantha (fire thorn) in the rose family actually.

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    You could have most of these ID'd at a *good* plant nursery.
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    B. Solanum not sure what sp.

    C. Callistemon not sure what sp.

    D. Dracena fragrans

    G. Cupressus sempervirens

    H. first thoughts are Hakea or Grevillea but I can't tell

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    Wow! Thanks so much for the help guys. This really helps.
    -Joel from Southern California


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    B. some species of nightshade (solanum)
    D. Seems to me like a common corn plant
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