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garden:plantings [2019/10/19 15:55]
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garden:plantings [2019/10/23 21:34] (current)
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   * Witch Hazel, //Hamamelis virginiana//, 2 plants, (Niche Gardens), one on front yard by edge of treeline, the other in back yard by shed, at tree line. 15-20' tall with similar spread. Deciduous shrub.‎Full Sun to Partial Shade.Zone 3-8.   * Witch Hazel, //Hamamelis virginiana//, 2 plants, (Niche Gardens), one on front yard by edge of treeline, the other in back yard by shed, at tree line. 15-20' tall with similar spread. Deciduous shrub.‎Full Sun to Partial Shade.Zone 3-8.
   * Fig, //Ficus carica//, 'Violet de Bordeaux', from  Spain, one plant, by garage and walkway to garden. (Richters Herbs), grown in a pot, originally about 5 inches tall, now about 1.5x 2 feet, rootbound in pot. FS. Zone 7-9 per Richters, Zone 5-10 on other websites (which say it is hardy as a grown plant and will grow back from roots if killed by cold).    * Fig, //Ficus carica//, 'Violet de Bordeaux', from  Spain, one plant, by garage and walkway to garden. (Richters Herbs), grown in a pot, originally about 5 inches tall, now about 1.5x 2 feet, rootbound in pot. FS. Zone 7-9 per Richters, Zone 5-10 on other websites (which say it is hardy as a grown plant and will grow back from roots if killed by cold). 
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 +  * Cherry Tree, 'Stella Sweet Cherry Semi-dwarf', (Stark Brothers), in front yard in Jizo bed; (moved Japanese maple to big pot). Zone 5-8; Full sun. Self-pollinating. Ht:15-18ft, spread 15-18 ft. 
 +  * Moved to big pot in back yard: Japanese Maple, //Acer palmatum// 'Irish Lace', Piedmont Feed and Supply,(on 54, Chapel Hill). Ht 5-8 ft, spread 10 ft, partial sun, keep well watered.
 +  * Compact Sweet Pepperbush, //Clethra alnifolia// 'Hummingbird', (Niche Gardens), Sun/part shade, Ht 3-5 ft, width 3-5ft. Zone 3-9, in front yard by other Clethras.
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