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Re: Leucothoe -no comments?

 Does not tolerate drought or windy conditions. Although winter hardy to Zone 
5, this shrub should be planted in a protected location and given a good 
winter mulch in the St. Louis area to insure winter survival.

Thanks, Donna & Kitty, for your replies.  The above was taken from one of the 
web sites Donna listed.  Guess I need to forget this one.  Doesn't like wind 
and if it needs protection in St Louis, no way it would survive in my garden. 
 For you in warmer climates this may be worth a look.

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