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Re: Re: Pagoda dogwood

>>(dogwoods and rhododendrons 
are the only shrubs/trees that nurseries will not guarantee<<

Believe it or not, there are some rhodies that like, or at least don't
mind, lime. I don't remember which of these: R.impeditum or
R.prinophyllum does, but mine is doing quite well. Also I have several
old catawbiense cultivars that do well with no fuss. Other than these,
you should be cautious about rhodies unless you're willing to ammend the


If you have weeds, you don't have enough plants.

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