Right. Look at limelight. 8 foot plus. I have seen them up to 12 plus. Then little limes came out. 4 feet round. I have gotten them to 6 feet. So now enter bobo. 2 round only. So now we have dwarfs of dwarfs cause even the dwarf was too big maybe. LolJust think what the trees will be in 20-30 years. Time flies. As J said, dwarf varieties are good friends. And dwarf is only relative to the original sometimes.
As long as you are proactive about it meaning trimming it down each season and cleaning up around it they don’t spread. They mount up a lot and get big. They do get woody if not pruned back each year. That’s how I kept mine in check when they were planted around other perennials.Russian sage is nice but keep in mind that it is an aggressive spreader. You need to keep it contained or plant it in an area of its own.
Thanks for the tips! Brushing will commence soon!I am already liking that color!!!
Here is a link to different start ups: Start-up New Plaster - Trouble Free Pool
Know there might be a bit of green color to it in the beginning. This is normal. As the water gets balanced and the plaster cures the true color will show through!
Make sure to brush twice a day in the beginning to help get the plaster dust into the water so the filter can grab it!