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Re: Went to the nursery.....


> I also bought another tree for me.  I still am
> doubtful about it, but he offered burning bush TREE's.
> Yep, someone has pruned or something to make it a tree
> form.  Figured I would try it....he claims I will be
> the first to have it in this neighborhood... most
> likely, but he did have a dozen of them for sale...

Interesting!  If you see him again and think of it, could you ask what
he grafted them on for a standard?

How tall is it?

This seems like an interesting way to work with slower-growing, dwarf
forms like Euonymus alatus 'Rudy Haag' -- I especially like it because 
it's a non-fruiting variety.

Chris

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