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Re: update on garden/bottle brush

> Is it possible to keep it pruned to a smaller
> size?
It would seem so, but do you really want to have to do that?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, January 25, 2004 11:06 AM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] update on garden/bottle brush

> Thanks for the suggestions Chris. Guessing I better take a tape measure
> out there when I go fill the bird feeders today and find out for sure
> how wide it is.
> I like the idea of shrubs and perennials. I want the birds to hang out
> by the window where the birdbath is. My cat loves to watch them while he
> lays in his hammock attached to that window (spoiled, yep).
> Nothing seems to grow well there, have tried a few different small
> ornamental trees there, they all died:(  When dug out, doesn't seem wet,
> so at a loss of why. The wind does seem to whip thru there for some
> reason tho... Snapped off my top half of the service berry planted last
> year.. or the kids are messing with it.
> Why are gardeners never happy--- I would love to trade you some sun for
> shade :)
> Concerning the bottle brush, I had planted it near the back in a larger
> area. Maybe it is a good thing that it didn't make it, probably wouldn't
> have had enough room. Is it possible to keep it pruned to a smaller
> size?
> Donna

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