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Re: Chitalpa x tashkentensis

Subject: Re: Chitalpa x tashkentensis
From: Tahir
Date: May 21 2020 17:33:08
Rupert

I'd certainly never heard of it, sounds great do you know how it deals with late spring frosts? The lastest we;ve had here is May 26th

Tahir

On 21/05/2020 18:01, Rupert Baker wrote:
A bit small and broad as a street tree! - 1-2m .....
Why not go for Gingkgo - they make splendid, lightly canopied, tough, 
drought-resistant street trees; and about as far from Rosaceae as you can get.
If you wanted a nice, exotic tree with a name not many will have heard of, 
and a decent rate of growth, and narrowish habit, try Poliothyrsis sinensis
Beautiful leaves, good spring & autumn colour, and flowering!
Atb
Rupert




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