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It might be an Ilex species or cultivar.
Dr Alastair Culham
Associate Professor of Botany
Curator, University of Reading Herbarium
School Director of Academic Tutoring
School of Biological Sciences
University of Reading
Quote..."It might be an Ilex species or cultivar.
Alastair"Sorry but I do not think it can be Ilex.
Forwarding again for Id assistance please.
Some earlier relevant feedback:
Is it Skimmia...?- from Nidhan ji
Skimmia japonica Thunb. ??
Thank you Thank you Nidhan Sir !
I have been thinking.
Have ruled out most evergreens in UK
Sorry but never seen a Skimmia in UK that looks like this.
Nothing seems to fit with any Skimmia that i know.- from Sheila ji
It might be an Ilex species or cultivar. - from Alastair ji
Sorry but I do not think it can be Ilex.|
Mystery flowers have 5 petals.
While Ilex have just 4.- from Sheila ji