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Re: First Blooms--Small Trees

    I have some seeds of Viburnum prunifolium that I am just going to sow.
(They just got done soaking in water for 48 hours)
    In "Trees and Shrubs for Northern Gardens, by Dr. Leon C. Snyder and
revision by Richard T. Isaacson, it is listed as a zone 4 plant. In this
book it is called "Blackhaw". It looks like a beautiful little tree/large
shrub! (Something to grow miniature and dwarf hostas under!!)
Mike D.
Bloomington, MN

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