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How much is TOO much???

Posted by ingeborgdot 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 22, 12 at 14:09

For planting a Picea orientalis Tom Thumb, how much sun is TOO much sun? I have a spot that is very sheltered from wind but will get about 3- 4 hours of hot sun. Anyone care to help on this?


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RE: How much is TOO much???

  • Posted by whaas 5a SE WI (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 22, 12 at 14:15

Mine burned in 6 hours of east and south sun although this was year one.

After it put out lammas growth it looked good August through now.

With that said it only looked horrible the month of July.


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RE: How much is TOO much???

It's 'Tom Thumb Gold' instead of just 'Tom Thumb'...


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RE: How much is TOO much???

mine is in 20 minutes of sun ... if that.. the tricolor may have put it in no direct sun ...

and it looks fine.. year around ...

its a MINI ... put it in shade.. so what if it gets a reduces growth rate due to no sun.. that is kinda the whole point on a mini ...

since it is basically skylands [a broom off of] ... it should have the same sun requirement ... so if anyone wants to chime in on their trick for that one.. it might apply to yours ... also

btw.. i dont care if mine is brilliant yellow ... so sun is NOT requisite ...

btw, again .. winter is irrelevant for me.. wind or sun.. since NORMALLY.. its buried in snow ... and usually blanketed in fallen leaves ...

ken


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