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Re: Yahoo! Briefcase: zemuly's file(s) NOW Clerodendrum

Clerodendrum trichotomum is listed as zone 7 on most sites I checked but
one did say zone 6. I'm in 5, can sometimes grow a 6 plant, but probably
not if it is usually shown as a 7. Sounds fantastic, though!


-------------- Original message -------------- 

> In a message dated 9/2/2004 10:59:31 PM Central Standard Time, 
> kmrsy@comcast.net writes: 
> How big is the Clerodendrum? 
> My Clerodendrum trichotomum is about 25 feet tall and 20 feet wide. It just 
> keeps growing -- and making suckers, which, incidentally, have roots. If 
> anybody wants to try some let me know. I don't know, however, how hardy it is 
> above zone 7, and it takes a few years to bloom. If you want to read a funny 
> opinion, see what Dirr has to say about it. 
> zem 
> zone 7 
> West TN 
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