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Re: critters > fence ideas

Mmmmm. That's quite attractive. I once thought of the Poncirus as a booby trap for the throngs of deer hereabouts, but never followed through.


The orange requires full sun. The mahonia, M bealei, is full sun to light shade. The Eleutherococcus I mentioned has thorns and takes part to full shade and I have an opportunity for several so I might create a hedge in front of the the privacy fence. If you're not familiar with it:

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- From: "Maria" <marolsh@verizon.net>
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Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2007 10:25 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT]critters > fence ideas

How about Poncirus trifoliata, Japanese Bitter Orange? Ornamental and vicious. <g>


If leatherleaf mahonia will grow there, that is the sharpest, pickiest stuff. I planted one between me and the imbeciles next door to stop the
foot traffic.

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