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RE: Rayna's yard...

O.K., I got over to take pictures of Rayna's yard in daylight.  As soon as I
get time, I'll try to download photos.  She has two VERY OLD Rose of Sharon
and several young ones lining her back yard.  There is another tree that has
very "odd" shaped leaves.  I've never seen it's like before, so I took
picture so that too.  Everything else is pretty much a clean slate.  Should
she cut back the venerable old Rose of Sharon after bloom to rejuvenate it?
Some of the trunks are 3" in diameter.

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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