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Re: Looking for a very small tree or large bush to complement hosta

  • Subject: Re: Looking for a very small tree or large bush to complement hosta
  • From: "Kate Ardissono" <ardissono@home.com>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 20:59:24 -0500

Darn... When I was in Waltham last year for work, I should have stopped
by...  I'll have to remember that for another trip out East.  Kate
| No, I'm in Taxachusetts (MA) about 20 miles southwest of Boston.  Except
| my Coral Bark and Bloodgood which are not wind protected, the others are
| my 7' high fenced backyard.
| Hostally,
| Rich

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