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Wax Myrtles or Bayberries near Black Walnut?

Posted by hld6 z7 MD (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 19, 08 at 8:54

Hi All,

I'm looking for an evergreen screen for a corner that is under power lines. So it can't get taller than 30' at maturity - unless I want our power company to come hack the h@#$% out of it! :)

To make things even more limited we have Black Walnuts nearby (~15' away) so I need juglone resistant plants.

Lists of these are incomplete and sometimes contradictory.

Does anyone here have Waxmyrtle (Morella cerifera/Myrica cerifera)or Southern Bayberry (Morella caroliniensis/ Myrica heterophylla) growing near Black Walnut or Butternut trees? If so, could you share your experience?

Thanks, Helen


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RE: Wax Myrtles or Bayberries near Black Walnut?

  • Posted by hld6 z7 MD (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 18, 08 at 17:01

Well I'm trying the wax myrtle. Someone has to first right? If I remember (which is a bit of gamble!) I'll try to post back my results.

-Helen


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