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Old 07-21-2012, 09:49 PM
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Originally Posted by easy-lift guy View Post
And your point is?. Considering the choices available, as long as the customer
has been informed as to what issues there may be, a care plan can be formulated and executed if need be. And of course there are also silk florials
available with no know insect or disease problems.
easy-lift guy
My point is hawthornes are no good, diseases prone and will be even worse in an environment not suitable for them. The require constant fungus treatments that come at a cost...

Put the correct plant in the correct location. I'm not knocking you...just suggesting another plant...which plant...idk.

http://okeechobee.ifas.ufl.edu/News%20columns/Indian.Hawthorne.htm
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