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Thank you rhodomontade.
I thought prinophyllum when I viewed the photos in the thread she referenced above, so I am leaning in that direction.
Thank you- you have been...
It would be a sentimental tree if it remained Cherokee Brave.
Rootstock not so much.
Would fragrance be of any help? It is very pronounced and quite spicy- really very nice.
And to be clear, neither of these occurred naturally on...
This is either Rhododendron canescens or Rhododendron prinophyllum- I've lost the tags and gotten them mixed up.
Thanks for any help.
Thank you Daniel Mosquin.
I guess I will wait for the first flowering with fingers crossed...
I have a Cornus florida 'Cherokee Brave' that started out fine in my mother's yard then experienced severe freeze damage (around '10) in which...
Zone 6b eastern Kentucky USA, the tallest one is at least 8-9 feet tall.
Yeah, mold is moisture for sure.
You'll do fine!
So hows about some nice photos of a Nigrum!
This was one of my first JM's when I moved to this property in '07- the first photo is the day it...
Watch out if you have pets.
Many years ago I bought a mature tree for my yard in South Florida- it was beautiful and the flowers very fragrant....