Card Set Information
Week 4 Rosaceae
semi-evergreen. Ground cover vine. More than likely not on test.
3d veins, long arching branches with large clusters of red berries.
Utility tree, simple leaf with toothed margin. Large Ovate leaves. Flowers in stiff panicles. Rusty color on bottom of leaves.
Photinia x fraseri
Evergreen bush, leaves turn bright red in sun. Toothed margin on larger ovate leaves. Endicot. Scraggly looking in to much sun in Vegas.
Carolina cherry laurel
Tree or large shrub. Silver bark with alternate simple leaves, smooth margins. Shiney green leaves, shiney black fruit.
Purple leaf plum
Prunus cerasifera 'atropurpurea'
Purple leaves, pink flowers, small bitter fruits.
Deciduous tree, usually grown on peach or prum stock. Ovate to lanceolate with a serrated margin leaf. light pink to white flowers, and wrinkled.dried up apricot looking fruits.
stems are thorny. tiny red berries, leaves are both large and small. espalier or short prune shrub.
Bradford pear. simple leafs, white flowers on 2" long petiole. Fall colors of red, purple and orange.
Evergreen shrub, hedge. leaves are serrate medium green. Blue fruit with light pink star shaped flowers.
Filler plant or accent plant.
Lady Bank's rose
thornless slender branches that can be espaliered or pruned into a bush. Small yellow roses appear once a year.
Holly looking leaves, rysomes. Pinnate leaves attach directly to the rachis. leaf bases partly encircle the stem. Blue/black fruit.
evergreen shrub with segmented stems. Leaflets are long and lanceolate. Large bipinnate leaves lend a lacy look. Green fruit that ripens and turns red.