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RE: Some help please

Hi Chris,

Was on a live garden show, plant was grown in Lincoln NE, and some of the
blossoms were on as sort of a "look what's in bloom now" sort of a thing,
the other facts were part of the discussion a panel had of the particular
plant.  I'm under the impression that it's a bush type of plant, that you
could keep medium sized by pruning.  Just gets curiouser and curiouser.
Rich, where the high today was in the 40s and will probably freeze tonight.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of Christopher P. Lindsey
Sent: Sunday, May 01, 2005 2:32 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT]Some help please

> Thanks for the reply Chris and Kitty, The plant I saw had yellow flowers,
> great profusion, is(I think)a spring bloomer, and can get quite large.
> this help any?

Hi Richard,

   Is it a bush or a tree?  Where did you see it, and when was it blooming?

	What you're describing isn't ringing any bells for me yet.


> > Hi All, if anyone knows what a yellowhorn is really called, could you
> me
> > know?  I saw the flowers from one, kinda looks like a white lilac,
> in
> > the spring, and hopefully is hardy in zone 4 or North part of zone 5.
> > hardy, I think I'd want one or more.  Thanks, Rich in Z-5
> Hi Richard,
> Are you thinking of Xanthoceras sorbifolium?
>    http://www.hort.net/gallery/view/sap/xanso/

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