Answer: From Michael Dirr's Manual of Woody Landscape Plants: Rhamnus frangula 'asplenifolia' is very slow-growing, finely textured and will grow 10-12 feet x 6-10 feet wide. The plants are adaptable to most conditions and will grow in partial shade or full sun. They perform best in well-drained soil. The only pruning it should need is for aesthetics and if you have damaged or badly crossing branches. There is seldom need to fertilize the plant, especially when planted on clay soil. Enjoy this interesting plant!
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