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Question by davidg4
June 25, 2000
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 16:37:17 -0400
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Susan Mehlbaum
Oxford, Pennsylvania 19363
County: Nottingham Township
Country: USA
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Amish Yellow Plant Identity
Category: Garden Planning
Can you suggest a vine that flowers but doesn't require much sun? I have
a backyard with deciduous trees and have been working on scenic pathways
through it, kind of like a state-park feel. I would like to put up an
arbor arching over the entrance of the path but there is very little sun
that reached that point because of the tall trees.




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Answer from NGA
June 25, 2000

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You might have some success with the sweet autumn clematis, a fall bloomer that is fragrant.

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