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dlhs39
Beaumont, TX

June 2, 2008
11:27 PM

Post #5042814

I am intrigued by this description, but will it grow in SE Texas (Zone 9)? Also, if left as a multi-stemmed shrub how tall will it grow?
LarryR
South Amana, IA
(Zone 5a)

June 3, 2008
7:55 PM

Post #5047460

dlhs39--According to the DG Plant Files (http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/2036/) you should be able to grow Heptacodium in zone 9. As a shrub it generally tops out at about 10 feet.--Larry

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