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Old 08-10-2011, 07:06 PM   #1
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Hello to all I was does anybody know any good shrubs that will last through the winter and bloom for the summer
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Anikon (Skywalker?),

I'm needing to get some shrubs for an east facing side of my house and am considering weigelas. There are many types, most flower and don't need much trimming, based on my research.
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If you do not post you're location, how can anybody help????
A shrub for Alaska will be a little different than one for Florida

Maybe
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I was wondering about this as well. I live in the Portland, Or. area. Someone mentioned "box bushes" to me once, but i have no idea.
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http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...S428&q=boxwood
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I know what they are. I just am not sure if they are the right choice.
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