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Old 28-09-2002, 08:36 AM
Janet Sanderson
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Default Evergreen with purple leaf.

Thanks all,
I have one already in another part of the
garden, they are lovely. I think I am probably
going to struggle, though I have since posting
bought a black holly.


Janet Sanderson

"Nick Maclaren" wrote in message

In article ,
"Barry & Iris McCanna" writes:
| Cotinus Coggygria (Smokebush) would have been perfect, but alas not
| evergreen. ...

Get one anyway! It is well worth it. But get the one with
dark purple leaves, not the one with a red tinge.

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