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what mushroom is this. this was taken in california.
Found this in New Orleans, no clue what it is
Yellow rattle? I'm not sure
[Dalton, GA] [Near banks of Conasauga River]
I'm not an expert, but it looks like an olive tree to me too. It's very pretty, I'd love to know for sure :)
It’s a gorgeous tree. She bought an acre and it’s has a bunch of different trees. This is the only one we have yet to find out what it is.
Have you looked at the fruit? The pit/seed might be a good indicator?
I LOVE that. I want a piece of land to explore.
I've had an olive tree for a little over a year now, that was probably two when i purchased it and its about...18". If that turns out to be an olive it must be ancient!!
We haven’t really looked at it but I will the next time I’m there. We were baffled by the size but she has some really large older trees there as well as a couple 100 year blooming plants (I’m not sure of the actual name). The house was a small farm house that got renovated and added on to. The front garden area where this tree is has the bigger older trees. The rest of the property has newer ones.
I love her place! Its absolutely gorgeous and we go there all the time. My dream home for sure. She has some animals too.
I'd say myrtle
I’ve seen myrtles. She actually has one not far from this tree and I grew up with a giant one in my front yard. This is not one.
It really does look like Myrtus communis, though. The only other thing with that fruit shape is a honeyberry, but those don't grow in a tree-like habit. The bot's going to shout at me if I suggest the obvious test to differentiate the two--otherwise, the flowers in spring will tell you which one they are.
It looks very similar to that after googling it. I’m not a 100% but I think that’s probably it. Thank you!! We will keep an eye on it come spring time.
OP, there are several types of Myrtle, and can vary quite significantly in structure based on care/pruning/placement in landcape. Please avoid saying this is not what was suggested (accurately) unless you can provide us with additional information to back up what you are saying (such as growth habit, branching, leaf structure or literally anything besides "this does not look exactly like the one on the other side of the property". You posted here because you don't have an idea of what it is. I suggest this is an old myrtle as well.
Okay. Let me clarify. We have a lot of myrtles in this area. You go anywhere around here and you’re gonna see at least one. I’ve grown up seeing them all over in different stages of life including very old ones like I had in my front yard. I wasn’t aware that there were ones that looked vastly different. The leaves,bark, and tree shape look a lot different. Someone else mentioned an actual type of myrtle and I have to say that’s probably it after googling the images of it. I wasn’t trying to be mean. I just didn’t think that was likely knowing what myrtles typically look like in our area. I don’t know why you are getting on me. Calm down and ask questions first.
I apologize, I did not intend to come off crass. Was frustrated while working on a design and ran across this. Only point was please give reason when dismissing someone's suggestion. Hope your mother in law enjoys her property. Edit: mother in law
No worries. It happens sometimes. I’ve had a frustrating few days myself. She loves it and we love visiting! Thank you for the advice. I will keep it in mind.
Not olive. Leaves are too small