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Re: viburnum question

In a message dated 4/27/06 7:21:47 AM, genebush@otherside.com writes:

>     I have two on the east side of my home in the landscaping... and that
> was not smart. These things are getting *big*. In 5 years about 8 feet tall
> now. Still not blooms, but I always understood them to be "reluctant
> bloomers" whatever that means. I also heard that the bloom smell like wet
> dogs... anyone else??

Gene, I have a Rusty Blackhaw & it is probablly 8'+ & is more tree like.   It
has buds and will blooming soon however I don't recall they smell bad.   I
will report when they open.

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