Anne Miller wrote:What harm can come of writing a nice letter?
Jerry McIntire wrote:Trees are generally available during a short window when shipping and planting will most likely be successful. The farther north, the more true this is. Getting on the email list of a couple good suppliers is a way to learn their availability dates and when you can place orders early to get limited stock. I would also check your local county extension service because they often sell native trees at good prices, in quantity.
Caitlin Robbins wrote:You said it, Ben! And a mountain lion deficiency.
Ben Zumeta wrote:America does not have a deer problem, we have a wolf and grizzly deficiency.
Kris Nelson wrote:
John Wolfram wrote:Sure it would be better if the branches hadn't been cut, but in a few years time the effects should be minimal.
Alright, so I would rub off the buds growing vertically, and keep the ones growing more horizontally to get the proper primary scaffold angles, correct?
Kris Nelson wrote:Won't the new scaffolding be bad with the existing properly directed scaffolds creating new primary scaffolds off in odd directions? It wouldn't be better to have primary scaffolds starting off from the root trunk, not these very short branches?