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Re: trees

I have Chionanthus virginicus, the American fringe tree, and the Carolina buckthorn. Both have been planted as part of a mixed shrub border on the west side of my property, clay soil, full sun, on a slope. They have only been in for two years, and so far have been doing well. If you have any further questions, just ask!
Cathy, west central IL, z5b
On Tuesday, November 16, 2004, at 04:31 PM, pdickson wrote:

Has anyone ever had a Chinese Fringe Tree"Chionanthus retusus" or a Korean Evodia "Evodia Daniellii" or Carolina Buckthorn.
I have new trees and still tring to figure out where to place them for sure.
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