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Re: Hamamelis x intermedia 'Angelly'

>     Hamamelis virginiana...
>    last year (which the rabbits have now reduced down to nubs).

Chris, The rabbits got several containers of WA Hawthorns chewed down to
nubs.  They were young plants.  Will they resprout ok?  Easter morning I
found a bunch of bunny fur at the far end of the garden, so maybe I won't
have too many more visits from them.  They always nail a little Japanese
Maple I have down there, even thought I had it well surrounded by fencing.
I may have to move it.


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