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Re: trees and other design elements


Nice list, Ceres!  I didn't list my 4 Japanese maples because they're all
under my 12 foot consideration for tree status.  I have a dozen Thuja
planted 12 yrs ago that are capable of tree height, but I keep them at 8-10
ft to promote bushiness.   In a few years I'll probably give up trying to
control them.  3 more Tsuga canadensis that are only hedge height at
present.   I also have some Syringa, Robinia, Variegated Cornus, a few
Viburnums, and a Prunus cistena that may fit in the 12 foot range.

Oh!  and I don't know how I could have forgotten my Pin Oak.  I put that
baby in about 10 yrs ago and it looks to be 40 ft tall now.

There are many other trees I'd love to have, but I want to keep some sun
space available.  I cram a lot in here, but sometimes I just have to admit I
can't have it all.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 4:47 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] trees and other design elements


> Kitty, my lot is 100 x 150 and I have 28 trees however I have some shrubs
as
> lg as trees and some larger than a few of my trees.  We lost 9 trees in
the
> 89' tornado.  Those who have been in my garden fine it difficult to
believe I
> have that many till they start counting.  I don't have enough space for
all that
> I would like to have.  I still have two that I know have root damage from
the
> tornado and am so surprised they are still living. My list is:
> Abies Concolor (Fir)
> Acer  Freemannii  bAutumn Blazeb
> Acer japonicum 'Filicifolium'
> Acer palmatum bAtropurpureanb
> Acer  palmatum bBloodgoodb
> Acer  palmatum bCrimson Queenb
> Amelanchier Canadensis (Serviceberry) (2)
> Picea pungens glauca (Col. Blue Spruce)
> Picea (Unknown started as seedling)
> Thuja accidentalis,  Techny Arborvitae (2)
> Betula Nigra (River Birch)
> Cercis canadensis, Red Bud
> Chionanthus virginicus
> Cornus alternifolia, Pagoda Dogwood
> Cornus florida bCherokee Princessb
> Cotinus coggyria, bRoyal Purpleb (Smoketree)
> Fraxinus american, Autumn Purple Ash (2)
> Heptcodium miconioides
> Liriodendron tulipifera  (tulip tree)
> Magnolia bButterfliesb
> Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star'
> Malus Weeping bLouisab
> Malus bGolden Raidropsb
> Malus bRobinsonb
> Syringa amurensis japonica (Japanese Tree Lilac)
> Tilia cordata, bGreenspireb (Linden)
>     Ceres
>
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