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Re: tsuga


Hum.. one of the first things I planted here, so it has been in sun all
of it's life here. Surviving, but the first year some critter thought it
was dinner, boy was I upset. It continued to grow, but wish it would
grow faster. Should not have been so cheap and bought the bigger one. :)


Donna


> Cathy,
> I have read that Eastern Hemlock can be tempermental and that it
> requires some shade, but I thought that since you and I are in similar
> climate, they'd be easy for you. Mine have been planted in amended clay
> soil and mulched. However, the ones on the Extension Office Grounds are
> planted in heavy clay, no protection, and seem to do just fine, too.
> 
> 
> Kitty

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