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Re: tree roots

  • Subject: Re: tree roots
  • From: Barbara Jackson <jacksonb@brandonu.ca>
  • Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 09:27:43 -0500

Hello everyone,

This is an excellent website and Alex Keenan's information is a godsend.
I've just finished digging 25 hostas out of a 2 year old bed that was full
of hair roots from either my chokecherry bushes or a neighbors blue spruce.
 They were wound in and among the hosta roots and crowns and in the case of
'Sagae' had encircled the crown and killed the hosta.  I'll be reading up
on what to do and thank you for the website.

BJ in SW MB (where the hosta are just beginning to show and only 1 has
unfurled, 'Geisha')

At 08:30 AM 5/25/02 -0400, you wrote:
>    by  Alex Keenan at our under construction web site on tree care at

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