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Article: Blue Hollies: Premier Evergreens for Northern Gardens: Blue Princess Holly

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SnoqualmieWA
North Bend, WA

August 3, 2009
1:51 PM

Post #6901273

My garden is 30 miles SE of Seattle, in the foothills. We are about 3 degrees cooler than Seattle, have 1/3 more rain, and until 2 winters ago we had less snow. A new arrival came yesterday, the princess. Curious about how quickly she will grow. One blog said 3-6"/yr; is that correct?
Todd_Boland
St. John's, NL
(Zone 5b)



August 4, 2009
12:13 AM

Post #6903722

Probably faster...I've seen them put on over a foot when grown under ideal conditions.

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