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Re: grapeleaf anemone


Don't know if it will survive indoor, Donna, but it gets pretty large. Here's a not-very-good picture of the 8-year-old mother tree.

http://snipurl.com/skzu

If you want to try some seedlings, I'll dig them and send them to you--or send you seeds next spring [it flowers in winter].


On Jul 1, 2006, at 12:22 PM, Donna wrote:

ok- so I don't know anything about tropicals, but you
are killing off orchid trees? Why? I mean around here
anything tropical is big bucks... would they survive
indoors for the winter here?

Donna

--- james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net> wrote:

Don't you love it? I went out to pick figs this AM
and discovered my
Hong Kong orchid tree has provided a carpet of
seedlings under the main
fig tree--so it's time to break out the RoundUp
early some morning
soon.

On Jul 1, 2006, at 11:44 AM, Kitty wrote:

Well, I know I said I've been able to do more, but
the Grapeleaf
Anemone (Anemone tomentosa - no longer using the
'Robustissima' or
var. robustissima name) is a tough adversary.  I'm
taking a short
break from digging out 2/3 of the stand.  This
year it took over the
path to the spigot on its right and half the bed
to its left.
Previously it had grown under the rocks that had
been buried 4 inches
down to keep it from escaping to the lawn and came
out the other side.
 This year I'm forced to take radical action.  But
it means digging
out the rocks to get at the roots and trying to
get all the stolons,
rhizomes, whatever they're called.  Hot work. Came
in for water and
sunscreen.

Kitty
neIN, Zone 5


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Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Hardiness Zone 10
Heat Zone 10
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
Maximum 100 F [38 C]


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