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Rhamnus frangula 'Asplenifolia'
Fernleaf Buckthorn

Fernleaf Buckthorn is being increasingly utilized in modern landscapes, due to its fine texure in foliage and twig, and its ability to be pruned back without consequence to its flowering and fruiting effect, which is inconsequential. This shrub performs best when placed in evenly moist soils with some afternoon shade, but tolerates more harsh conditions.


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