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Re: Weeping Tri-color Beech

  • Subject: Re: Weeping Tri-color Beech
  • From: Kchrobin66@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 23:10:15 EDT

glen,  i have two of those tri-colors that were purchased from different 
nurseries.  thought they were the same but when seen together are very different 
cultivars.   one is much prettier than the other so when you buy, check for the 
amount of pink/white in the leaves.  they are slow to start but ours after 
three years and four for the other are really showing some growth.  karen in 

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