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Miniature Snowflake Mockorange ???

Posted by ditas z4a-5 Iowa (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 1, 09 at 13:07

Hello - I need to relocate my lovely 4y/o Philadelphus Miniature Mockorange. She has been a reliable bloomer even with the Killing-Winter 08-09 we just had. Walkers-by ask what/where the lovely jasmine-like wafts was coming from.

The only other threads I found were complaints of their none-blooming bushes.
I will greatly appreciate any input on this bush! ;)

TIA -
Ditas


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RE: Miniature Snowflake Mockorange ???

Hi Sorry to bring this back up ~ I did get an advice from a MN gardener & did relocate my beautiful little shrub. Sulked she did as expected but has never returned to her old self despite coddling. Our Spring this year came early & sunny ~ even the slow wakers are showing efforts but not Li'l Snowflakes ~ any ideas or thoughts?

Here is a link that might be useful: My Li'l Snowflakes


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