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Re: now CES gardens was- and still sort of is- Pinus stobus 'Contorta'

Just how big is your CES display garden Kitty.... you sure have a zillion and one plants there!
Since we are similiar in climate and conditions, what kinda growth rate
does it have? After reading a few things about it, I am thinking that
spot is not going to be big enough for it ... sigh.


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We have a Pinus strobus 'Contorta' in our Conifer Garden at CES display 
gardens.  Very nice.  We also have Bhutan Pine, Pinus wallichiana 'Zebrina' 
and a Dragon-Eye Pine, Pinus densiflora 'Oculus-draconis', that I think 
you'd dig.

neIN, Zone 5

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