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Re: OT-PLANTS: Great Joy


Have two here in Northeast NC that are about 9 years old...they are
beautiful, but seem to suffer from extreme brittleness. I am constantly
having branches break off in wind, right back to the trunk. I would try them
again in a more sheltered spot. These are too large to move, I fear. Good
luck, Anner!
Jim Gibbons
Comfy in Carolina
Zone 8
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> Congratulations on the Franklinia.  I am amazed that one will bloom from
> seed in four years!
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> Tom
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> Butler Center for Arkansas Studies
> Central Arkansas Library System
> 100 Rock Street
> Little Rock, Arkansas  72201
> (501) 918-3054
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