Trachys are weeds in Wisconsin :)

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wxman
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Trachys are weeds in Wisconsin :)

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7/25/08

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7/6/14

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6 feet of clear trunk now. To the moon!


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Wow!!! That is so awesome! 8)
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Wasn't there another one at the other end of the landscaping as well?
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Post by oppalm »

That is truly amazing growth in 6 years. must be the water.
Kent in Kansas
where it's cold in winter (always)
and hot in summer (usually)
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Post by Beny »

Wow...are you sure you did not replace it by a new one :lol: ...never had that rapid grow here, amazing ...

Ben : :shock:
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Weeds? Wait until you are pulling strap-leaved palmlings. :lol:
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