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Re: Clerodendrum trichotomum was: Theresa's pics

In a message dated 02/18/2003 11:36:39 PM Central Standard Time, 
mtalt@hort.net writes:

> Does yours
> flower like it's supposed to?  

Not really,  I only got one or two blooms last year.  My brother, on the 
other hand, had one that never got very big, and did not sucker at all, but 
it was literally covered in blooms every August.  Go figure.  Maybe my yard 
is too rich.  All I have is black crumbly dirt filled with earthworms (and 
moles).  I've been told it's because there has been a house on this land for 
around 200 years and it has never been farmed.

zone 7
West TN

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