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Old 19-04-2005, 09:16 AM
Paul D.Smith
 
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Default "baby" Broome plants?

All,

I have a large broome which was left to grow too large before I realised
that conventional pruning was not for them! So in preparation for "prune
gently and see", I collected seed last year and tried growing a replacement.
I have two seedlings which look broome-ish but I'm not 100% sure.

Anyone got a picture of a small broome plant I can look at to check? Sorry,
no digital camera or webspace or I'd have posted a picture of mine!

Cheers,
Paul DS.
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