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May 07, 1988 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-07

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flowers like to grow. Do they need
sun or shade or something in bet-
ween? Putting plants in the wrong
exposure guarantees trouble.
Planting them in the right ex-
posure means they can almost
fend for themselves, except
perhaps for occasional watering.
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for you.
Also be sure to inquire as to how
tall and fast plants grow. Use com-
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put one that grows tall in front of
picture windows; later, you either
have to whack the top off (which
may leave a strange-looking plant)
or remove it completely.
People with small city lots have
made a wonderful discovery. Ma-
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carry what are referred to as
"dwarf" conifers. These tiny
evergreens don't grow as fast as
their larger cousins and although
they cost more (it takes longer to
get them to landscape size), once
plunked into the yard they don't
overgrow their selected spots
nearly as fast and thus require lit-
tle pruning.
Deciduous shrubs (those that
drop their leaves during the winter
months) need more pruning than

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