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Re: smoke tree


Hi Tigerliley and welcome.
       Parts of the smoke tree can be poisonous to animals, but it is
attractive. With a yellow house I might lean toward a white flowering tree
or shrub. How about Amelanchier (Service berry) ? there are many cultivars
and most produce lovely
fall color, white flowers and eatable fruit. I just bought one from
Forestfarm. OG (organic gardening ) has a article in it's March/April issue
if you want to see one or read about one. There are also a number of
Magnolias , and Maples that are small enough for a limited space.


Nora
----- Original Message -----
From: <Tigerliley2@wmconnect.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2003 4:59 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] smoke tree


> the landscaper suggested it as my house is yellow.....thought the color
would
> be a nice contrast.....I live in Missouri zone 5b.....I really had thought
I
> would like a small flowering tree which would have interest in spring ,
> summer, and fall.... some how a small flowering crabapple keeps coming
into
> my mind.....then there is redbud...I am really kind of conflicted.....I
have
> a small yard so want to love it as I don't have much room......It will be
in
> a sunny  place most of the day........
>
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