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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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Barbara H.

Have you ever seen Hearts-a-Bursting (aka American strawberry bush, Wahoo and other names)? It's got a great looking red seed pod that bursts open to display orange seeds. It's not native to Wisconsin and is hardy in zones 7-9, so you might be too cold for it. I haven't seen the spindle tree but your pictures of it brought Wahoo to mind.

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