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Re: blackhaw viburnum

Marge - my blackhaw is a full four years old, at least 7' high and a
beautiful healthy specimin, but no blooms. Oh well, maybe next year. At
least both arrowoods have buds, will squish on out to check them here in
a minute!

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Marge Talt
Sent: 4/22/2004 10:36:23 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Glaucidium

> > Congrats Marge and I pray they'll be worth the wait. I waited four
> long
> > years for that doublefile viburnum to bloom and it certainly was!!
> Just
> > wish the blackhaw would follow suit!
> Thanks, Pam....need all the help I can get here:-)  Some woody plants
> simply won't bloom until they've made a sufficient amount of wood as
> in branches; some bloom when quite young.  Doublefile viburnums are
> really lovely creatures.  I've got a blackhaw that has yet to bloom,
> myself and no sign of it this year either, but it's still small. 
> OTOH, I have 3 leather leaf; one is only about 18" tall and is going
> to bloom like mad - so go figure.  Of the two larger shrubs, one will
> bloom and the other will not, but it's one I got on sale last year
> for $10 at the end of the season - it was about 4'6 tall and had
> obviously been allowed to get too dry in the container at the
> nursery, but it was alive and looked to me like it would make it,
> which it has, so I am just glad to see it and note it is putting out
> new leaves....should bloom next year.
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
> mtalt@hort.net
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