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Re: Theresa's pics

There are about a gazillion cultivars of Clerodendrum.  I have a C. 
trichotomum in my yard.  It grew from three to twenty feet in one summer and 
now has many suckers that are growing just as rapidly.  All the suckers seem 
to have their own root systems, so I am moving them all around the yard as 
quickly as possible.  The deer have expressed no interest at all in their 
foliage or bark -- probably on account of its rather strong, peculiar odor.

zone 7
West TN

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