Re: wall of china

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Posted by Rosalyn Moody on April 13, 2003 at 18:34:22:

In Reply to: Re: wall of china posted by Newt on March 01, 2003 at 18:41:01:

: : i am considering using wall of china as a privacy hedge i live in northwest florida (zone 8) is this hedge decidious? i want my hedge to be green all year long and to be a fast grower. my soil is somewhat sandy and very well drained. watering will not be a problem nor fertilizing. my goal is a formal hedge 6 to 12 feet high do you have any suggestions?


: Hi Jon,

: Never heard of a shrub called wall of china. Do you have a botanical name?

: Newt

Hi We have two Wall of Chinas and want more but can not locate them anywhere. We live in eastern NC in very sandy well drained soil and ours are thriving. WE originally set them out in Halifax Co., NC where ther is red clay and poor drainage-they did nothing. I do know that I would usse them as a formal hedge, inthat ours are not as dense as I would like for that purpose. Please tell us where we can get them. We want them as shade for the house.

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