Originally Posted by edge
I am not looking for total privacy, I was thinking that the fall pups would be at one size, the awakened hibernating older plants, and the in-ground would be at all different heights.
The in-ground plants that survive probably won't show growth until mid May, while the previous years potted pups would already be 7 months old.
Thanks for the replies, and any other thoughts are greatly welcomed, edge.
Basjoos ....in your area are the best choice for the many different sites you may plant it.
We grow the plant in many different environments locally.
The plant is almost maintenance free, but if it given lots of attention and care the plant will reward you with pups and awesome growth.
See pics in my gallery......