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Chaenomeles - Wikipedia
If the species seeds out in Alberta as much as it does farther west I wouldn't worry too much. In fact, it may be becoming time for removals...
Try watering more. And increasing the width and depth of the mulched area.
Problems with Planting Trees – The Garden Professors™
What they look like is Colchicum autumnale.
The suggestion was made that it popped up on its own.
If we go with the assumption that the mystery is locally adapted or of local origin Salix discolor is basically a continental species in B. C....
Notice that although most of the records were for one or a few individuals Record #1 was based on a site with 30 and #10 with 20 present. And in...
CPNWH Search Results (pnwherbaria.org)
Tends to pop up too enthusiastically. Verbena bonariensis - Wikipedia
'Conica' was originally discovered growing wild in Alberta, is listed by some as Picea glauca var. albertiana 'Conica'. With P. g. var. albertiana...
You might be thinking of Norway spruce cones.
'Conica' reverts pretty frequently.
See Propagation section linked to here: Clivia / RHS Gardening
Seedlings fruit on their own roots of course. The difference between those and grafted clonal scions of named horticultural selections is these...