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Monday November 4, 2013

Savannah, TN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I am always amazed by these two umbrella trees each time I visit Savannah! I have never seen them anywhere else before.

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5. WeatherWise
4:49 PM GMT on November 05, 2013
That would be very pretty. Thanks. I have never seen it in bloom either. I did take a close up of the leaves this am and noticed two different kinds of leaves on it. One with some slight lobes and the other no lobes.
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4. ChrisAnthemum
4:08 PM GMT on November 05, 2013
A number of kinds of ornamental trees are specially grafted and pruned to take on this shape. Weeping cherries are one; that might be what these two are, although I can't be sure without seeing them in bloom.

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3. WeatherWise
2:49 PM GMT on November 05, 2013
Thanks! They are different and surely do look like an umbrella but don't know. I would love to talk to the owner but have not seen him out while here this time. Never thought to ask on previous trips - had just named it umbrella tree myself.
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2. infocus2
5:27 AM GMT on November 05, 2013
Shirley: they are unusual looking trees! They're pretty though. (I don't know what they're called either!)

Nicely framed photo!

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1. WeatherWise
8:56 PM GMT on November 04, 2013
Actually, I am unsure if this is actually called an unbrella tree. It just looks like an umbrella shape and the branches seem to grow down up and then curve down like an umbrella.
I did a search today and really did not find anything like it online.
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