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Re: Brugmansia

Glad to find this, Zem as I was wondering if this was all in my
mind:-)  Also glad to find there is someone else who doesn't get
around to pruning when it should be done; don't feel so much like the
old Lone Ranger:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Zemuly@aol.com
>> I've  found, tho', with that one
>> that it blooms better if it's taller...do you  find that with

> Yes, I do, too.  I never got around to pruning mine last fall or
this  spring 
> so they are out of control.  I have repotted two of them, but a 
third is now 
> over 10' tall and growing at a 60 degree angle.  I just bought  a
new 22" pot 
> for it and will get it into its new home before frost -- goddess 
> I've been grateful for all our rain this year in that it's saved 
me lots of 
> time and money.  You are so right about the feeding and watering 
-- they love 
> it!

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