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experiences with seaberry and honeyberry cultivation  RSS feed

 
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Hi all,
I was interested to know if anyone can share experience with the shade tolerance of seaberry and honeyberry species?

I've read that seaberry will die back anywhere it doesn't have at least have a day of full Sun exposure and that honeyberry is somewhat shade tolerant.

Can anyone share their experiences?

Thanks for the time and effort.
 
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