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Re: Re: now Borers.....was orchid/yard

Noreen, have you tried rooting cuttings?  If they are the same as my corkscrew
willows, they root very readily.  I have been carrying mine on for 35 years 
They aren't very long-lived, here at least.  Add to that, my DH cuts them down
when they get very big.  But I always keep a few rooted cuttings going.  Just
stick them in the ground and keep well watered.

In a message dated 08/09/2006 8:10:32 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
TeichFlora@aol.com writes:
Jesse, what type of paint....tree paint or reg. paint??
Curious.  I'm losing all my cork screw willows that we brought back  from 
Germany years ago to borers.  Out of my 5 trees, I have one left, and  that 
is barely hanging in there.

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