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Conway, SC

January 7, 2008
9:08 PM

Post #4372155

We have a small lot and are looking for an ornamental tree that can take full sun in coastal SC. I had my heart set on a Japanese Maple until I read 101. Any suggestions?
St. John's, NL
(Zone 5b)

January 8, 2008
12:04 AM

Post #4372955

JM might work...check with local garden centers to see if they are OK for your area. I cannot speak for SC...your climate is like Florida compared to Newfoundland so I could not say if JM would like the heat and humidity there.

Sorry I could not be of more help.

Conway, SC

May 22, 2008
6:06 PM

Post #4988745

Thanks for answering me. I did check the garden and they were anxious to sell me one, but the big garden centers don't really have specimens of the quality I wanted. Found one at a Nursery/Landscape place.

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