New growth this spring

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  1. KDdid

    KDdid Active Member

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    Just noticed this at my field edge- appears to be a young shrub. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    I’ve thrown a variety of different shrub berries into this area, and get a lot of bird activity, so it could be a wide variety of things. I routinely toss highbush cranberry and hawthorn berries into the field edges hoping for more shrub cover.


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    The flower looks familiar but I don’t know the name of it. It looks more like a vine than a bush though. And vines can turn into a Bush like a blackberry which in my opinion are great. Let us know if you figure it out. Looks like a compound leaf.
     
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  3. KDdid

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    Definitely a compound leaf, and I found some more this morning on a walk. No thorns on the stems, but they are new shoots(canes?).


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  5. KDdid

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    Definitely it! Thank you!


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