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RE: speaking of trees... smoke tree

Last summer I found a deal on some small trees- elm, acers. I am talking
really small ones that were going into the garden railroad and planned
on keeping them pruned to scale. Since the area was not completed in
time, I stuck them into my raised veggie bed for the winter.

That *#&* rabbit came thru and ate all the tops off! I now have sticks,
no more little branches on the top, nothing!

Chance for survival folks? Anything I should do, as they are just
breaking hibernation in zone cold (5) here.... are they gonners like the

Where finally I am seeing some green poking it's head out! :)

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