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more questions from NE MS

Posted by louisianagal z7bMS (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 22, 06 at 20:02

i've been reading MS garden books and listening, emailing felder rushing.
now i ask you in NE MS: what small trees, large shrubs grow well and have year round interest or long seasons of bloom? thanks.

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RE: more questions from NE MS

  • Posted by cgenec 7A-north MS (My Page) on
    Mon, Feb 27, 06 at 1:23

Hybiscus syriacur,(Rose of Sharon/Shrub althaea) available in numerous varieties/colors is a very good, trouble shrub or small tree. Flowers are single, semidouble or double and 21/2" to 3" across.

RE: more questions from NE MS

crepe myrtles,rose of sharon,mock orange,snowball viburnum,butterfly bush,just a short list of what i have growing in my tishomingo home i have had them in the ground for at least 6 or 7 years now no problems yet (knock on wood) i use them like a livivg , and blooming fence.

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