Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Question for the gardeners out there.

What is this?


I have a tree with blossom's on it...........no idea what sort of tree it is.







17 comments:

Anonymous said...

The first plant is Solomon's Seal. It loves the shade. Flowering tree - perhaps an apple?

Anonymous said...

The first plant is Solomon's Seal. It loves the shade. Flowering tree - perhaps an apple?

Frugally challenged said...

The plant in the top pictures is Polygonatum, commonly known (at least in the UK) as Solomon's seal.

Ulvmor said...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polygonatum_odoratum

Looks like that, but I'm not a gardener.

T'Pol said...

They look like pear blossoms to me.

Evelyn said...

is it honeysuckle?

T'Pol said...

In my previous comment I did not mean the upper two pictures. I don't know what they are. The rest seems to me they are pear blossoms.

Marie said...

The low growing plant looks to me like a White Bleeding Heart Dicentra spectabilis 'Alba'.

The tree is harder, but looking at both the flowers and leaves, I'd guess at either a pear tree or a Victoria Plum.

Patio Postcards said...

Not sure about the tree, would need to see more of the tree. The flowering plant is Solomon Seal (which I really like). It's fairly expensive to buy in the nurseries but thankfully a pot will clump up in no time.

Dar said...

The flowers in the first photos are Solomon's seal - pretty but keep it in its place - it's quite invasive! Don't know the flowering tree, though.

Boyett-Brinkley said...

The blooms on the second one look like my crabapple tree only white where my tree is pink. The first one looks like some sort of a lily leaf

patriciaann said...

Hi Gill The plant is Solomon's Seal, it prefers a shaded area, sorry cannot advised what kind of tree it is.

Patricia

William Kendall said...

It sounds like you've got at least some of the answers.

Jenn Jilks said...

Have fun with this. I love spring.

Nanaland said...

Well now I know that is a Solomon's Seal. What an interesting name for a plant.

Anonymous said...

I'm quite certain the second photos are fruit trees, most likely pear or apple. Bess

Jackie said...

I would say the tree is a pear or an apple.

God bless.