Re: wall of china

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Posted by Rosalyn Moody on April 14, 2003 at 15:51:45:

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 It does loose its' leaves in the winter. Ours has now come completely back. Of course we are in NC.

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