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Re: trees

In a message dated 11/16/2004 4:36:01 PM Central Standard Time,  
pdickson@sbcglobal.net writes:

Has  anyone ever had a Chinese Fringe Tree"Chionanthus retusus" or a Korean  
Evodia "Evodia Daniellii" or Carolina  Buckthorn.

The Chinese Fringe Tree is knock dead gorgeous.  I've been wanting  one, but 
I have no place to put another tree -- until I cut down on of my sick  looking 
pines.  It grows in full sun and is about 10' tall and wide.   I never heard 
of the Korean Evodia, but I'm interested in hearing about  it.  The Carolina 
Buckthorn is a woodland plant.  That's all I know  from experience.  Have to 
wait for Kitty to come through with all the good  stuff. :-)
zone 7
West TN

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