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Re: TB: Lovely Dawn

<lamegardener@msn.com> writes:
> Lovely Dawn:
> that thing can grow ~48/50" tall!  
>Lovely, although the bud count is very low.

Hard to imagine something that tall having low
bud count, but I see it all the time, I think it
could be weather related. The things shoot
up tall but neglect to develop the lower branching.
Some years they are great some years not.

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