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Re: Plant question

Thanks, Kitty. 
I'm surprised to see it's supposed to be a "deer browse."  Seemed to me the 
ones I had seen hadn't been bothered - maybe because there were too many other 
tasty ornamentals around.

In a message dated 01/26/2004 9:54:24 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> Here's a place in Nebraska that offers the species, Rhus aromatica, in 18
> and 24 inch, showing it to grow to a mature size of 6-10 feet:
> http://snipurl.com/42xf

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