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Re: Royal Paulownia

Yup, Andrea.  They should take the durn tree down instead of
butchering it IMO.  And, they only take out a bit, to make sure they
have to come back the next year and do it all over again - one way to
make sure you've got a permanent job.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Andrea H <hodgesaa@islc.net>
> they do that here too Marge. They'll cut the middle out of a live
oak so it
> has this giant swoop in the center. Looks ridiculous and I'm sure
> trees are going to topple any day OR they'll just cut one side of
> the offending tree might be so it's branchless on one side and full
on the
> other. Completely asinine.
> Andrea H
> Beaufort, SC

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