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abbeyrooney
Lubbock, TX

November 30, 2009
12:29 PM

Post #7321115

Sounds like exactly what I need for my all-season color garden I'm working on. Thanks for the article!

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Sofi
Colts Neck, NJ
(Zone 7a)

November 30, 2009
1:44 PM

Post #7321314

Thank you for a great article. I have always loved the fragrance of my S confusa in winter. It is almost impossible to find any of the species for sale in nurseries here in the northeast, such a shame! I hope your piece will spark some interest and demand out here.

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kniphofia
Morpeth
United Kingdom
(Zone 8a)

November 30, 2009
5:11 PM

Post #7322078

Thanks for the kind comments! Yes, I hope the article inspires many gardeners to try this shrub, it's a little gem!

Sue
Sunblest5
Ashington
United Kingdom

November 30, 2009
5:55 PM

Post #7322216

Great article Sue, enjoyed reading about Sarcococca. :)
DonShirer
Westbrook, CT
(Zone 6a)

January 20, 2012
5:56 AM

Post #8975154

S. h. var. humilis is a smaller version--12-24" according to seller. I don't have room for the taller variety but this one might fit.
22miracles
Olympia, WA
(Zone 8a)

January 23, 2012
7:58 PM

Post #8979962

I have one that is probably 20 years old (transplanted from Oregon to Washington at about 7 years old). It is easily 6' tall and 10' wide. It gets some morning sun and is at the edge of my field. I can step out of my home around Valentine's Day and if the breeze is right, smell it although it is 200-300' feet away. The most glorious evergreen shrub even through Artic Blasts! I use the greens as filler for my cut flower bouquets I take to our local market in the winter.

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