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Siberian pea shrub? -- Finland

 
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I think I we have some siberian pea shrubs growing in Finland. If you are an expert, let me know what you think...

http://i.imgur.com/LmQ24.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/9SkgH.jpg
http://imgur.com/BtgEh
http://imgur.com/0pWgq
http://imgur.com/0gi7K
http://imgur.com/j9ihx

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I think I've seen them here as well. But I don't have any experience with the species yet. Your photographs sure do correlate with some of the pictures I've seen though.

Whereabouts in Finland are you?
 
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Joshua Finch wrote:I think I've seen them here as well. But I don't have any experience with the species yet. Your photographs sure do correlate with some of the pictures I've seen though.

Whereabouts in Finland are you?

Hi Joshua, I'm in Oulu.
I think the shrub's flowers were yellow in the spring time too, but I can confirm this next year I guess. The shrub seems to be a popular edition here in the kerrostalon piha alueet (apartment block communal garden areas).

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Sure looks like one to me.
Here are some photos to x-reference with:
http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?where-taxon=Caragana%20arborescens

 
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