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Re: C. trichotomum

Marge, it is in part sun/shade.  It gets morning sun, but filtered afternoon 
sun. I've become aware, through this group(smile), that I am not a very 
observant person. 
Yes, it definitely blooms after I prune it.  Was it not you that mentioned 
that it bloomed on new wood?? 
Has yours ever bloomed and/or put on the seed pods?? I really enjoy that the 
tree literally has something attractive on it almost year round....except 
Jan/Feb when it has defoliated. 

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 2/22/2003 10:44:25 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

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

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