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    In my experience, you are better off too high...

    In my experience, you are better off too high then too deep. I would use a pair of bypass pruners to clip off some of the smaller exposed roots. I think you are at the right depth. The smaller roots...
  2. Yep... it is a presimmon. Thanks Quirky!

    Yep... it is a presimmon. Thanks Quirky!
  3. There are no extra steps you need to take. If you...

    There are no extra steps you need to take. If you have mulched them and watered them they will be just fine. If you wanted to do anything for them, make sure that they get water once a week until you...
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    I would plant them in the ground. Trees need a...

    I would plant them in the ground. Trees need a natural resting cycle in order to survive. This resting cycle is brought on by cooler temps and shorter light cycles (days). If you bring them inside...
  5. Any chance you can cut open one of the fruits and...

    Any chance you can cut open one of the fruits and post a pic? It would help with an ID.
  6. do you see any seed pods? Does the tree produce a...

    do you see any seed pods? Does the tree produce a dark pink flower early in the spring?
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    Thanks for posting! Can you please edit your post...

    Thanks for posting! Can you please edit your post so that you link show pictures of the tree? It just shows a logo to garden web?
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    Great question! There are a few things to...

    Great question!

    There are a few things to look for that might help in determining if a tree is a hazard:
    1. Is there dieback in the canopy (sections of dead leaves)?
    2. Is the ground around...
  9. Tree 3.... could it be some kind of ficus (fig)...

    Tree 3.... could it be some kind of ficus (fig) tree? Given the location leaf shape, texture and petiole length this would be my best guess. Might be a shortleaf fig. Did this tree appear to be...
  10. Where did you take these pictures at?

    Where did you take these pictures at?
  11. I would say it is a Tallow tree based on the...

    I would say it is a Tallow tree based on the pics. The leaf (tallowtree_01) looks exactly like the illustration in Dirr's Manual of Woody Landscape Plants. I have never seen one of theses in person....
  12. Ha ha! that's funny.

    Ha ha! that's funny.
  13. It is hard to say what is wrong with your tree...

    It is hard to say what is wrong with your tree without being able to examine it in person. The damage to the leaves in interesting b/c it appears to happen along the veins of the leaf. There are a...
  14. Any flowers? If so, what color? Any...

    Any flowers? If so, what color?
    Any fruits/berries? If so what colors?
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    I think it is a red maple tree. You can tell by...

    I think it is a red maple tree. You can tell by the red petioles (stems connecting leaves to branches) and the leaf shape. I further clue would be the reddish brown stem color. It is probably a...
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    Thanks for the info.... I am going to stick with...

    Thanks for the info.... I am going to stick with a European filbert.

    If you want a second opinion you could always contact your cooperative extension office. They might be able to ID it for you. ...
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    Well... It might not be old enough to produce...

    Well... It might not be old enough to produce catkins yet. What color does it turn during the fall? Have you ever observed any flowers on it during the spring?
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    I would not get too carried away with the dirt....

    I would not get too carried away with the dirt. If you could find some good soil that is high in organic matter, you could add enough to just barely cover those roots that would be ok.
    I would...
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    Your not bad at this. This one it tricky! ...

    Your not bad at this. This one it tricky!

    Hmm... Well the big problem I was worried about was anthracnose, but the damage present on the leaves is not consistent. I thought it could be an insect,...
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    Does it ever produce something that looks like...

    Does it ever produce something that looks like this in the fall?
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    The maple looks like it has some borer damage....

    The maple looks like it has some borer damage. There are little holes, which are probably to blame for the cracks. This is a serious issue and should be addressed by a tree care professional. Please...
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    First two pictures (rounder leaves and gray...

    First two pictures (rounder leaves and gray stems) looks like a European filbert to me. Are the leaves fuzzy?
    Second set of pics, is a sumac of some sort... I think.
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    Here are a few more questions: Have you...

    Here are a few more questions:

    Have you noticed any types of insects or webbing on the tree? try picking off some leaves and unrolling them.
    Is this distortion uniform around the tree?
    Are...
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    I think you are dealing with at least two...

    I think you are dealing with at least two different trees. The third pic looks like Tree of heaven, and they can be a real problem to remove. The best strategy is to catch them while they are young...
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    Did you or neighbors recently spray any...

    Did you or neighbors recently spray any herbicides (including weed b gone type products)?
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