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Please help me identify something.

ok, here goes. I'm wondering what I will do with it.

[img]http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad137/toilpics/Toil/IMG_0150.jpg[/img]


[img]http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad137/toilpics/Toil/IMG_0149.jpg[/img]
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beats me. run it through a search of trees or shrubs because Maybe this is a hard one to ident.
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At this point, it could be any of hundreds of species. Is there a problem with letting it grow, so you can post pics of any flowers that might develop later in the year?

If you've had the plant for awhile (looks like some kind of shrub), can you describe any blooms it produced in the past? I'm curious. :)
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it's right in the middle of an area I want to develop. The flowers are the kind that are a shoot with a bunch of hanging flowers. I think.

I need to decide if I will eliminate it or make it a centerpiece. It is doing quite well.
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I can't be at all sure, because I've never seen one in real life, but to me, it looks very much like this picture of bayberry. Does your plant by any chance produce white berries?

[img]http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh27/Kisal_photos/Bayberry.jpg[/img]
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