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Re: Pagoda dogwood

In a message dated 5/20/03 8:29:45 PM, cathyc@rnet.com writes:

<< How do Pagodas hold up in our climate? I've always wanted one, but 
dogwoods do not seem to do well in my area (dogwoods and rhododendrons 
are the only shrubs/trees that nurseries will not guarantee). >>

Cathy, Pagodas (Cornus alternifolia) do well in our climate.  Cornus florida 
is rarely seen.  I have a Cherokee Dawn(pink bloom) which I added last year.  
This was one the deer stripped of its buds over winter however it has now 
leafed out.

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