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RE: In the garden and out

Hopefully it didn't get any jeopardized plants...


> Well, now, as it turns out, I took down a different redbud, though it
> also on my list.  The one I described before will wait until the
> are
> gone.  this one was  alongside the south side of the house on the
> of
> the timber walk. When I installed the walk I put in 3 redbuds about 15
> apart as I thought that side of the house boring.  The one near the
> didn't make it. somrthing ate its roots.  About 3 yrs in the one near
> front was hit by lightning and I lost half of it.   I patched it up
and it
> continued to live but every year half its branches had no leaves/  It
> never
> looked healthy.  The middle one puts out enough branches for all 3 and
> continually thin it.  So the sickly one is now down.  One tree on that
> side
> is plenty as I do need some sun areas.
> Kitty

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