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    RE: Any Idea where I might find these seeds?

    That's cool, I think you're probably right about the southern stock. Everything I've tried successfully was grown in cooler climates, like Montana and southern Canada. I think seedman.com has what...
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    RE: Any Idea where I might find these seeds?

    I believe that it is USDA or state agency that makes it difficult for tree import. I don't know why though. The standard fare up here is weeping birch, paper birch, mayday, crabapple, I can find...
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    Any Idea where I might find these seeds?

    Greetings, I live in Alaska and many growers, most actually, believe that a lot of tree species found further south will not grow in my area. I have, however, had a lot of success with oak and if...
  4. Thread: Which Oak??

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    RE: Which Oak??

    I don't think this is Q. macrocarpa, leaves from a mature tree almost always have a very deep pair of lobes about 2/3 of the way from the tip of the leaf to the base of the stem. I have observed in...
  5. Thread: Sitka Spruce

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    RE: Sitka Spruce

    I live in Alaska and I love the sitka spruce. I'm a bit far north of their range, but my mother in law lives in Seward, which is around the northern edge of their range up here. Those trees get...
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    Pruning Bur Oak

    Two years ago I planted a 7' tall Bur Oak, after the first winter it died back pretty bad and didn't grow much, this year it seems to have finally established itself and is growing very well. By the...
  7. RE: Tree bark stripped 2 feet up, can tree be saved?

    I seriously doubt it, but it depends on how badly the tree was stripped. Birch will live if the outer paper bark is ripped away, just leaving an ugly scar. I have not had the same luck with Maple.
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    RE: canopy diameter in ten years

    Try plants.usda.gov, they should have information about mature size of those species.
  9. RE: Really want to plant cherry treess... however...

    I believe that the cherry trees should be just fine where you are. The best way to check is to go to local nurseries (not box stores like wal-mart or lowes/homedepot) and see if they offer them for...
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    RE: How hardy is northern red oak?

    Thanks Treeman! This is way the heck better than I've managed to locate on my own. I feel much better now.
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    RE: How hardy is northern red oak?

    I live in south central alaska zip- 99654.
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    RE: How hardy is northern red oak?

    Has it ever gotten colder than that up there?
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    How hardy is northern red oak?

    So, my question is, how hardy is Northern Red Oak? I wonder if anyone who lives an a particularly cold area and has red oak growing there could tell me how cold is the coldest it gets. Where I...
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    Fertelizing trees

    Spring is just now coming to my area and I've got some ornamental trees that I planted last spring that I think may be ready for fertelizer. When is the best time to do this (There a no leaves yet. ...
  15. RE: serious emergency with my paper birch and dogwoods

    The perpetrator was most likely a dog. Young paper birch have these little bumps - I forget their proper name- all over them that cause them to taste rather terrible to rabbits, so generally they...
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    RE: oak tree transplant

    Wait at least one growing season before fertelizing. Also, use Vitamin B1 to promote root growth.
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    RE: Safe ID labels or tags for mature trees

    I'd suggest placing a small sign on a post in front of the tree. If that doesn't really sit well, you could get a sign and attach it to some kind of somewhat elastic material to loop around the tree...
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    RE: when is a tree really dead?

    One good way is to scrape away the bark (on young branches & twigs), to see if it still green under there. If not, it's dead. That one dead branch at the bottom is probably a pretty good indicator...
  19. RE: Newbie trying to keep my living Christmas tree LIVING!

    As one of my hobbies, I grow Bonsai, any tree can survive containerized, if all other conditions are dealt with - humidity, temperature etc... I noticed that you said you hang lights from this tree....
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    RE: Transplanting a Magnolia

    I don't know about magnolia and taproot, but I'm guessing that given the time of year, it should still be dormant. So you should be able to transplant okay. Unfortunately, it sounds like a pretty...
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    RE: HELP- Deer-attacked yew

    Full sun on the bare spot might help stimulate latent buds to emerge, but I'm afraid that aside from that, there's probably not an awful lot you can really do at this point.

    -Dave
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    RE: Can I move my Redbud?

    It is possible, but the chances of success are not so good. Especially if the tree has well developed branches. That said, I've had some success transplanting birch of about that height, as long as...
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    RE: When to plant trees in southern oregon

    You should plant bare-root trees in the spring, pretty much as soon as things start to bud out in your area. If the trees are containerized, you can plant them pretty much any time of year...
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    RE: Shumard Oak hold leaves in winter?

    I think it might. Much depends on weather condidtions. Where I'm at, we get severe wind storms regularly in the winter and fall, so my oaks tend to lose their leaves fairly quickly, but the do hold...
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    RE: sick newly planted evergreens

    What types of evergreens are these and what USDA zone or state do you live in?
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