Pink Snow

garden2garden(z8 FL)July 13, 2005

I'm trying to figure out where to put it. How big can I expect my Pink Snow to get?

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jeff_al

i have seen some the size of crapemyrtles, probably 15'-20' tall, and pruned to a similar shape with the lower branches removed, giving it a more tree-like shape.
that is the way i am growing mine but it has not reached those proportions yet.
you can keep it smaller by pruning it into a more compact form but they are more attractive, in my opinion, when allowed to grow taller. the flowers cover the ground beneath the branches with pink petals.

    Bookmark   July 13, 2005 at 1:50PM
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garden2garden(z8 FL)

Thanks Jeff.
I think because of the way this one grows it would look nice in a tree shape like that. I'd like to do mine that way too.
I've had the poor thing ina pot for 2 years now and really have to get it in the ground just can't decide where.

    Bookmark   July 14, 2005 at 9:13PM
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