Can anyone tell me what sort of tree this is
if you want it back to origional youl have to dig it over . id be inclined to mow it and see what youve got when youve done this .
29 Feb, 2012
A bit early yet, but in a few weeks a good heavy petrol mower set high will cut through these tussocks and although the grass will look awful for a while it will soon green up and you will be able to see what you've got, at least, and be able to decide what treatment it might need. From the pic, there does not seem to be many docks or thistles, so that's a help.
Sorry, NP, we crossed there!
I would cut it as high as possible now. The weather is mild and grass is growing.
thanks for all your help i will cut it and see what it turns out like
Well I'm totally confused - all the answers above point to this being a question about grass - but it isn't! What the hell's going on...
Yes, Bamboo, the earlier Q from NickS related to a pic of a stretch of neglected grass. I haven't seen this happen before, but it looks like the first picture has been deleted.
sorry chaps i am new at this
i also ask a question about my tree
That's ok. It can take a little while to get the hang of the site.
Not sure what your tree is. I would make a wild guess at Ash? (Probably wrong, but someone will know.)
Nicksouth, you are much more likely to get answers if you post this as a separate question, with photograph - because this one's already got more than 8 responses, people might not bother to look at it.
I'm wondering if its a magnolia ...
It looks like Magnolia to me too because of the large, upright buds.
It's definitely a magnolia - have had several large ones growing in various gardens - no doubt about this one.
Yep, definitely a magnolia
wow thats confusing :o)
yep I'd go magnolia too.
when i answerd this question the picture was of just the grass so i dont know whats happend . know worries Ojibway93 lol .
1 Mar, 2012
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