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Monday, August 05, 2019

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Kris P

Oh my! That is really tall. Will you keep it?
I quite often buy plants capable of growing taller than I'd like when growers claim they can be maintained at shorter heights. So far, that's not working well with Leptospermum 'Copper Glow' but I persist in trying to keep it within bounds.

Frank

I love it! How interesting, I would have been watching it all spring, anxious to see just how tall it grew. I would have never thought 10+ would even be possible, very cool.
I guess all that rain was worth something after all, unless it keeps getting that tall every year now!

Lisa at Greenbow

I bet all that rain this spring and early summer really pumped up that Thalictrum. What a hoot. One for the record books. I like that tiny one too.

Linda Brazill

I think everyone is correct and it was the wet, cool spring that sent that plant into overdrive.

Linda Brazill

I will let it stay were it is and see what happens next year. But if it going to be that dramatic I think is should be someplace where you can see it better.

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