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Olivia54984
Wild Rose, WI

March 9, 2011
6:43 PM

Post #8417441

Only the viburnums will grow here and most of them suffer from canker...leave my burning bush alone!

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carrielamont
Euless, TX
(Zone 8a)

March 10, 2011
8:21 AM

Post #8418153

http://www.eddmaps.org/google/index.cfm?sub=3023

Check out this map. BB has been reported as invasive in Wisconsin. But the red blur on the East Coast is where they were planted, a lot of them, 150 years ago. It's time to stop planting them, or most of the country will be a red blur! You may keep yours, but don't give any away to friends! :-)

Thanks for reading and letting me know -- it's been very interesting getting reports from all over the country.

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