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Re: Heating the indoors, the yard outside, too...and a question...

In a message dated 10/16/04 2:17:10 PM, wmorgan972@ameritech.net writes:

<< chamaecyparis pisifera 'SunGold.' >>

Bonnie, I love the thread or fern like foliage on many of the chamaecyparis.  
I have several and find them easy to prune to maintain a smaller form that 
works better in my garden.  I just got a new catolog yesterday from Spring 
Meadow Nursery (wholesaler) and they list Sungold at 30-36" assuming they  are 
speaking of height.  One of our local conifer growers list EMS at 2' x 2' however 
Mo Bot Gardens site lists height at 3-8' & spread at 4-12'.  They do maintain 
their yellow color well, also.

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