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Re: Identification help?

Sorbaria sorbifolia - YEP - that is it!  This is wonderful.  It is an old
one for sure and yet very aggressive.  This is perfect for it's location.
It is for a barrier of the garage window and would be prowlers.  The garages
in our area are frequently hit.  It is difficult to maneuver through or even
try to carry anything through with the density.  Found the one site
interesting they skipped Illinois for locations.  Strange Indiana and Iowa
and Wisconsin were included.  I will have a lot more reading to do.

Thanks again!

On 8/27/06, Christopher P. Lindsey <lindsey@mallorn.com> wrote:
> > The last file has my biggest wonder - unk bush.  It is a bush that I do
> not
> > have a photo of the bloom but can tell you the ants love it and it is a
> > white wispy bloom when it comes in the spring-early summer. It is a
> plant
> > that was at my parents house and was relocated from volunteer shoots
> there.
> > It is very fast growing and can be cut to the ground and within the next
> > year is once again as large as you see.  I thought it could be a false
> > spirea but have not been able to find it.
> I thought it was a false spirea (Sorbaria sorbifolia) too.  What do you
> mean about not being able to find it?
> > Most of the day lily and iris I have gotten from friends or family and
> have
> > no idea of the true names.  I have identified only by the location in
> most
> > cases.  Forgive my ignorance on the specifics.  I never turn down a
> plant?
> > They all need a home - right!  Many I have were from the original owner
> of
> > the house prior to the 1970s or from the older homes in town.
> > If you see a miss names one please also let me know.
> It's tough to tell, but here are my guesses to the top two daylilies
> too.  :)
>   1.  Hemerocallis 'Strawberry Candy'
>   2.  Hemerocallis 'Little Grapette'
> Chris
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