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Re: maples

I have maples but most of my hostas are planted under oaks.  I have one plot
that I will be digging this spring to rid myself of too many fortunei and
undulatas.  I surely hope I don't find what I found under the one Crimson
King maple I dug into year before last.  Would never have planted all of the
Sweet Std there if I had known how the hosta roots and tree roots would
become as one.  I dug enough to place a bench under the tree on one side and
left the remainder of the hostas there.  I could not even begin to dig
hostas!  I thought I was digging up the tree.
Beth Arnold
Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
-----Original Message-----
From: braggs <braggs@mediaone.net>
To: hosta open <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Wednesday, February 10, 1999 8:55 PM
Subject: maples

>Hi Patsy,
> Do you ever have to lift your plants and remove the maple roots? I have
>a large maple that I use for shade and the roots are every where .I know
>there other avenues to use ,any tips?
>Dan Attkisson
>Dancin Gardens
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