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Old 08-08-2003, 06:15 PM
Mike Fitz
 
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Default 2nd try for Berberis help - Thank you N/M


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Can someone please tell me what is the quickest growing (to about

1metre),
and roughest to the touch Berberis? I need to replace a small hedge that
idiots keep uprooting! also does anyone know where online would supply

the
same?
Thanks


and when you do plant them, plant them through chicken wire buried and
pegged down in the ground under the surface, so that when they try to
pull them up they 'try' to bring the chicken wire up with them ;-)

AND, just in case they are getting the stock for the next week's Car
Boot sale, spray all the stems and branches near ground level with an
obvious coloured paint, like red or blue ;-)

My Son in Law had 400.00 worth of hedge plants taken out. Replaced as
above and guess what? ;-)))))) Still there a year later doing very
nicely.


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