spacing Autumn Moon

WendyB(5A/MA)May 26, 2007

How far from the house would you plant an A. shirawashum 'Autumn Moon'? I read that it is smaller than its parent and very slow growing

I could line it up with the other 2 adjacent shrubs or move it forward a bit to center it in the whole deep bed and plant something(?) in back of it. Maybe more daylilies

I just removed a dying viburnum from that spot and was trying out Autumn Moon for size. I think it will look great in that bed.

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I would move it forward to "highlight" it. It will be the "star" of the bed. It deserves to be the center of attention

    Bookmark   May 29, 2007 at 1:42PM
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I agree with garp1, I would move it forward, just behind the middle daylilly, move that dayllily forward, the two behind it, back and slightly more towards the center and the back two, I would move back on either side of the hole where the viburnam used to be. Just my two cents, whatever you do I'm sure it will look beautiful. 'Autumn Moon' is definately a favorite, I have two. Dan

    Bookmark   May 31, 2007 at 2:20AM
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