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Beginner Gardening: Smoke Tree that does not get "smoky"

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North Kingstown, RI

June 22, 2013
5:51 AM

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I have a smoke tree that has grown well and looks healthy and begins to bloom every year but loses the blooms before they get "smoky". We've had the tree for at least 5 or 6 years and every year it has had more blooms than the last, Does anyone have information about soil type or nutrients that might help?

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