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Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
Daniel, thistles are horrible. I fought them for a while when I lived in a small community. At the time I was a believer in Roundup, which killed almost everything with one spraying, but it took 2 or 3 to kill thistles.
Reading your latest Growing Greener...blog, I was amazed at how many trees you have as well as others. How many trees do you have in total?
Spud, yes. Thistles are one of the main weeds here. They cone up everywhere and it seems like they are immortal.
Daniel, is that a thistle among your Ebony King Blackberries?
Looks like a wonderful place to live, Daniel! And I love the cherry tree!
In Japan, they say the cherry blossom represents both the beauty of life, and its transient fragility. This tree must be the same age as my house, built in 1964. Someone topped it a few years before I moved here, and those branches have gradually died and I cut them off. New ones are growing to replace them. I love the gnarled trunk and branches, with the delicate flowers.
Kathy, I found a video of the deer crossing in 2015. There are several other sites that may show scenes of that event listed on that page.
Police help herd of deer cross Highway 41
Mar. 10, 2015. 06:09 PM EST
Police help herd of deer cross Highway 41 WTVW Mar. 10, 2015. 06:09...
Thanks for all the information Daniel. I learned a few new things, and it appears that pruning transplanted trees is not a good thing.
Top 10 tree care myths.
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