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RE: Viburnum NOW Foundation Plantings

Sounds like you will have a busy growing season... good thing yours is a
longer season than mine <lol>...

So are you in-charge of this entire project or just helping out?


> My daughter and her husband have just purchased a new home.  I was
> checking
> out the sun and existing plantings yesterday as I new there were
> 'meatballs'
> around the front porch.  Well, the meat balls consist of Nandina, holly
> (looks like a Burfordi in tiny balls), a sad Viburnum of as yet unknown
> cultivar (but pruned anyway), Pittisporum, and a murdered Crepe Myrtle.
> The
> back yard has a couple of hollies (unknown) in the far corners and nothing
> else.  She has an in-ground pool which really needs landscaping.  I can't
> wait to dust off my shovel and start transforming -- like I don't have
> enough to do here! :-)
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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