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|Positive ||SComeaux ||On Mar 27, 2012, SComeaux from Chalkville, AL wrote:
I have a Deutzia that is about 10 feet tall. It has beautiful blooms in spring. I would like to know how to take care of this plant. I would like to know if and when it could be pruned. Thanks
|Positive ||Raisa ||On Jun 18, 2009, Raisa from Memphis, TN (Zone 7b) wrote:
This plant is easy and practically carefree. ..Give it a 'mostly' sunny location and it will flower profusely for you during mid to late spring leaving you with a compact sort of mounded little spread to enjoy for the rest of the year. ..It's not bad in a part shade (at least 4 - 5 hours of sun) location either.
|Positive ||lottathyme ||On Jun 20, 2006, lottathyme from Scottsville, NY wrote:
I tried one last year and it was so carefree and attractive that I added two more this year. Flowers are gorgeous and foliage is a deep green with blue tones that looks good all year. New stems are purplish, making a nice contrast with the green leaves...I have just planted one underneath a red Japanese maple as the stems echo its color.
|Positive ||JenniferE ||On Jun 13, 2006, JenniferE from Lebanon, PA (Zone 6a) wrote:
I love this shrub! It requires no maintenance, no trimming. Grows into a very neat round mound covered with white flowers in May and burgundy leaves in the fall.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Royal Oak, Michigan
Brick Township, New Jersey
Coram, New York
Fairport, New York
Scottsville, New York
South Euclid, Ohio
Providence, Rhode Island
North Augusta, South Carolina