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Re: got my loquat planted/ now need tree recommendation

Thanks for the advice - but I already know the tree is my responsibility. They came out and cleaned up the half that fell into the street earlier this year when it split, but made it clear that the tree was on my property, not the right of way (apparently the right of way only includes the sidewalk and area between the sidewalk and street).


Donna wrote:
Better check your zoning/city/something before you take out that tree and buy
When we moved here, the subdivision planted trees there. Mine died, so I was
going to replace it.  Found out there was a 'list' of trees that could be
planted here enforced by the village.  I didn't care for any of them, so I let
them replace it with whatever they wanted....and I must say, they do take care
of 'that' tree coming thru pruning etc.....

--- On Mon, 10/20/08, Theresa Gannon <macycat3@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

On to a new tree issue:
I need to replace the stupid bradford pear along the street (in the hell
strip). Any suggestions of what to plant? I want something deciduous- so
that I get the south sun on the house in winter....

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