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Re: Royal Paulownia

Well, Jim, I vote that you do this and then post the results here so
we'll all know if it really, really works:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: James R. Fisher <garrideb@well.com>
> Marge Talt wrote:
> [Replying to Ceres' original query]
> > 
> <snip>
> > I think (will not swear to this) that I read somewhere that it's
> > of those trees that if you cut it back hard all the time, the
> > will come out absolutely huge, making quite an effect in the
> > Of course, if you do that, you'll never get flowers.

> I have heard the same, and have contemplated getting 6-8 liners to
> grow as a screen for a rather ugly fence in my far backyard.
> if you coppice it, it puts out many new sprouts which grow like
> gangbusters; just what I envision as a perfect screen.
> -jrf

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