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Re: smoke tree

In a message dated 3/20/03 6:15:15 PM, Tigerliley2@wmconnect.com writes:

>Anyone had any experience with a smoke tree (shrub)....like it?  No?  someone
>has suggested this for me in my landscape..........
I have had a Cotinus coggyria 'Royal Purple' (smoketree) for a number of 
years. I love the dark red  foliage.  I stool it each spring (did that last 
weekend) to maintain the height I like and also this is suppose to help keep 
the dark color.
    My favorite ornamental tree is the Syringa amurensis japonica (Japanese 
Tree Lilac).
    Ceres, Iowa zone 4/5    

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