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From: aaron floden <aaron_floden at YAHOO.COM>
Subject: Mystery shrub?
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Hello,

This may only concern those in the vicinity of the
Smokies. I was there last fall and saw, on both the TN
and NC side, a small sparsely branched tree or shrub
with stout branches, leaves similar to that of
Magnolia acuminata yet thinner and glossy green, and
odd pear shaped fruits with a thick green hide that
peels off easily. The seed was extremely light weight
and round. It was growing along one trail on the NC
side and seemed to be stoloniferous but evenly spaced.


Any answers? or more questions?

Thanks

Aaron Floden
Z5/6
KS

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