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Consumer Q's: Red cedars, wine lilies
Milk and wine lilies take their name from their color combination. They are easy to grow. - photo by ARTY SCHRONCE/special
Question: We have a row of red cedars on our property. One is covered with blue berries, but the others have none. What could cause this?
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