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Re: C. trichotomum

Hmmm, Noreen, so yours blooms even after pruning....do you have it in
full sun?

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: TeichFlora@aol.com
> In a message dated 2/19/2003 5:10:43 PM Central Standard Time,
> No, Marge, mine is in the ground too.  It is about 10-15 ft. tall. 
I keep it 
> as a tree, but cut back the branches in late winter to keep it
compact.  I 
> have three of the 5 Clerodendron species in the ground.  The C.
> seems to be the worst at suckering, the C. ugandense and the C.
> don't sucker at all, at least they haven't yet in the few years
they've been 
> in the ground.  I have heard that the C. bungei is the worst at
suckering, so 
> definitely have kept it in a pot.  
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast

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