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Other Variants of Pea Shrubs: Sources?

 
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Hi,

I've got a few "standard" siberian pea shrubs, but what my landscape needs now are the shorter varieties (pygmy, russian).  Couldn't seem to find a good source online.  Any ideas or anyone growing/propagating and want to sell me some?

Specifically the last two:

Siberian Pea Tree/Shrub (Caragana arborescens): 8-20 feet (2.4-6 meters) tall and 12-18 feet(3.5-5.5 meters) wide
Caragana boisii (Caragana boisii): 8-20 feet (2.4-6 meters) tall and 13 feet(4 meters) wide
Caragana brevispina (Caragana brevispina): 8 (2.4 meters) tall
Caragana decorticans (Caragana decorticans): 18 feet (5.5 meters) tall
Russian Pea Shrub (Caragana frutex): 6-10 feet (1.8-3 meters) tall and wide
Pygmy Pea Shrub (Caragana pygmeae): 4 feet (1.2 meters) tall and wide

(Info from http://tcpermaculture.com/site/2013/05/13/permaculture-plants-pea-trees/  )

Thamks!

Ken
 
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