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Re: New Trials
Posted by georgeinbandon,oregon on 11/17/2015, 6:47 pm, in reply to "New Trials"
FWIW, most past introductions of pulchella/linearis (a most beautiful species from lower elevation parts of Tasmania) have not proven long-term hardy in most of the PNW---it has been used in California and the "sunset western garden book" used to list it for a number of gardening zones there. OTOH, e. scoparia from higher elevation areas of extreme southern Queensland (and adjacent northern N.S.W.) has proven hardy and fast-growing in my garden with similar smooth light cream to white bark and narrow "willow-like" foliage---I would strongly suggest you take a look at that species for experimenting.
- New Trials - Southern Eucs 11/16/2015, 10:50 am
- Re: New Trials - georgeinbandon,oregon 11/17/2015, 6:47 pm
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