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Re: gumi

Nope, no thorns, and no runners.  I haven't identified any seedlings from
it, either, though it has produced a fair number of berries in the last few
years (lots this year).
It seems to be a well behaveed shrub here.

My raspberries are trying to take over the world.  I had no idea... and I
hate pulling them up because I like the fruit so much.  In fact, I was
planting a weigela in back today and found the first ripe raspberries, too.
Had some of everything today: goumi, gooseberries, red currants, and

As for being done, far from it.  Just done with the one project to create
that bed and get some perennials started in it!

Thanks Kitty and Donna for finding the pics!

Maryland zone 6

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 13, 2004 6:53 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] weekend gardening

> So Libby, (or anyone)-- about this shrub, eleagnus multiflora.... is it
> like raspberries where the runners are everywhere?!? Thorns?
> Don't agree with that site tho Kitty-- we have tons of water here and
> strawberries are bigger and I am sick of eating them! I have been
> picking a larger bowl daily for weeks now, and leave some for the
> critters too.
> Ha! For once we can grow something Island Jim can't...
> http://www.raintreenursery.com/catalog/producttype.cfm?producttype=Goumi
> maybe I should snurl it:
> http://snipurl.com/721b
> Donna
> > Interesting.  Eleagnus multiflora:
> > http://www.twinoaks.org/gallery/news-2003/goumi_kaweah2
> >
> > Kitty
> >
> >
> > > Hi, Libby. Tell me more about the gumi (also spelled goumi), please.

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