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Re: Snow!/ Viburnum

In a message dated 1/24/05 12:45:26 PM, genebush@otherside.com writes:

<<     the way I understand pollination on viburnum all of them will do 

with a different species or cultivar near by that blooms the same time 

frame. >>

Gene, I have (2) carlesii, Rusty Black Haw and Summer Snowflake so I do not 
get berries but I deadhead except on the RBH.  You are saying I need (3) other 
V for pollination for increase blooms?  What would be a cross pollinator for 
SS?  This blooms all summer.  I love it!

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