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Re: Re:OT:Mystery Tree Identification

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re:OT:Mystery Tree Identification
  • From: "Carryl M. Meyer" <carrylm@bigsky.net>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 21:49:59 -0700

Most trees of Cedar and Spruce will keep their branches almost down to the
ground, naturally--you can cut off the lower branches, but the dropping of
needles is constant--which makes the soil more acid under the tree--and with
little sun and needles about 4-5" thick--most plants will not grow--
But if you have a large enough area and can put it out in the
'windbreak'--that twould be a great place for it--but it might stay
small--or grow to 20+ feet and create shade where you do not want it--
Where are you? Do you have an Extension Agent anywhere near? He might be
able to tell you the height for the tree-- I will ask ours about it and see
if I can find out more about it--

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