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Re: Free to Good Home/viburnums

I didn't realize carlesii got so big! Mine are close to 8 ft and need taming, but they are on the side of the house I never see - a relatively narrow are between my house and the neighbor's, with no windows on that side - so I tend to forget about them.

On Wednesday, April 16, 2003, at 11:09 AM, Kitty wrote:

"...favorite is carlesii ..."
Ceres, I didn't realize Korean Spice suckered. Found a couple that
traveled far enough out to dig out and pot up. They'll be in my
Garage/Plant sale next week.

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