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Hummingbird and Butterfly Gardening: Button Bush- Thicket forming?

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ponyexpress
Lancaster, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 1, 2013
9:17 AM

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I was wondering if anyone has planted Button Bush (Cephalanthus Occidentalis) and if so, does it get out of control? I am zone 6 and I want to plant it near a spot in the yard that is wet in the spring, but dries out in the summer. It is supposed to like wet areas, but I'm afraid of it forming a thicket.

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