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Re: conifer recommendation??


bald cypress - as long as they only want privacy in
the summer. Mine is just starting to leaf out, so it
will be a week or two before the screen is up till
fall.

Donna
zone 5

--- Theresa -yhoo <tchessie@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi all-
> 
> I'm at my sister's house in WNY, I believe she is
> somewhere between zone 5 and 6.  Anyway, they want
> to
> plant a row of "pine trees" between their house and
> the neighbors for some privacy.  Problem is, that
> area
> tends not to drain very well, so likely will have
> wet
> feet for part of the winter.  Anybody have
> suggestions
> of what might live?  Gets sun more than half the
> day,
> soil is poor, clay like and with gravel.
> 
> thx, Theresa
> 
>
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