Discussion in 'Woody Plants' started by soccerdad, Aug 4, 2008.

  1. soccerdad

    soccerdad Active Member 10 Years

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    Vancouver, BC, Dunbar area
    I started several seeds of Tecoma stans - the orange flowered variety, whatever that is - this year. Four of them survived the fungus infection in my seed-starting area. I planted two of them outside in full sun, which they are supposed to like. The other two were superfluous to my needs, so I just stuck them in a very shady area.

    The ones in full sun (but well watered) are barely limping along. The ones in full shades are much bushier and growing well.

    Does this seem right?

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