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RE: Re: heather

I attempted to do a google search for an image, got one, but the site is
no longer there.... urgh!

What I liked about the one I seen.. it was very small and delicate. Not
over 8 inches tall with a center that could pose for a small tree in a
garden railroad.. She said it was about 4 years old.

Wondering if it is the same or can they be pruned hard to keep them


> Donna,
> We've been growing a Scotch Heather, Calluna vulgaris 'Blazeaway' for
> time now with reasonable success.  This is in our Conifer Garden,
> gets
> absolutely no attention whatsoever, except occasional weeding.  No
> watering,
> no fertilizing, nothing.  Might be a good one to try.
> Kitty

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