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Re: smoke tree

In a message dated 3/20/03 7:00:41 PM, Tigerliley2@wmconnect.com writes:

>the landscaper suggested it as my house is yellow.....thought the color
>be a nice contrast.....I live in Missouri zone 5b
Tigerlily, another suggestion would be a red Japanese maple such as a 
Bloodgood.  I have one near my house (mostly because I need to give it max 
protection in my colder zone).  It is about 9' and requires only pruning to 
enhance its natural growth.
    Where are you located in Missour?
        Ceres, Iowa zone 4/5

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