GLEBE TREES AND SHRUBS
Queen Elizabeth Dr just east of Bank St Bridge, May 10, 2008.
April 24, 2008 on the paved path around Brown's inlet behind the middle bench.
March 20, 2009 on the north shore of Brown's Inlet.
The buds are filiform and not attractive. Some stems are squared and quite warty.
April 15 and 22, 2009 QE Drive. Flowers seen as well - just appearing.
Special featuresForsythia is opposite-leaved. It is fairly common in the Glebe, seen as splashes
of yellow here and there in people's gardens in April. Once the flowers are gone, it can
be identified by the busy foliage shown in the photo.
List of trees and shrubs with opposite, simple, toothed leaves