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    Re: RE: 2 items to identify

    daughter :)

    Will look at your links in a bit - and try to get some pics sooner rather than later for ya. Its below freezing atm and camera is not happy as such :(

    Alex
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    RE: 2 items to identify

    Any dogwood of that caliper/age would be flowering/fruiting, IME, or so I would expect in my days/years of living around Texas. I grew up just north of Richmond area (if it matters, LOL) :) ...
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    RE: 2 items to identify

    @ Gr8fzy1: What led you to say a kousa? In particular? That's a mighty thick trunk/base for a non-flowering dogwood (if you are speaking of Tree 2 as being the 'first one' (as pictured anyways) ;)...
  4. RE: how to winterize my first year blue spruce seedlings zone 5

    Agreed - protect roots with a bit of mulch (as always with any 'tree'!) and possibly give 'em a bit of wind protection/wind-break if they are in an area where they might get pounded and pushed over...
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    RE: 2 items to identify

    Tree One kind of looks like a lemon (like my Improved Meyer), but saying it has no fruit or blooms is perplexing. Most all trees have blooms, and lemon are very fragrant. I would put my guess at no...
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    RE: Help with Oklahoma tree ID

    You are welcome :)

    I know of several in Seminole, OK that are doing very well (at Jasmine Moran Children's Museum, fwiw) as well as in OKC. The couple I have started from seed (acorns anyways)...
  7. RE: potted fig propogation by root cutting??

    This may help -> http://www.bonsaihunk.us/info/FigPropagate.html If it is a root *only*, then it will more likely just rot if it kept moist/too deep. Kind of chancey without having any hardened off...
  8. RE: locations of genuine acacia trees in Nevada and California

    Acacia is a genus, not a species. Can you be more specific, please?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Acacia_species

    Alex
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    RE: Sliver Maple or not.

    May be a silver maple or one of the hybrids of a silver (fremanii, if I remember right). They can be problematic near houses (or other structures) when branches get old/heavy, but never heard of wet...
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    RE: Help with Oklahoma tree ID

    Hard to tell from the pics, but check out 'Live oak' pics online http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=live%20oak%20leaf&cts=1254098913762&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi

    HTH,
    Alex
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    RE: Help with Tree ID

    LOL - a weed by definition is a plant that is unwanted in that area. Silver Maples *here* can/will be considered weeds, especially after they have hardened off and go dormant to await Spring, then...
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    RE: The Low-Down on Tree Fertilization

    Adding fertilizer does not stimulate new growth at all. I see a number of 'false statements' about when to add fert - no relation whatsoever to a tree's growing pattern. Ferts only make available...
  13. RE: Need help with Calamondin minature orange tree

    Can we assume that it has been repotted as needed? Or in the same pot for 27 years? No offense, but gotta ask about that part :-)

    Alex
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    RE: How does Lowes/HD grow them?

    Growing trees in pots is a different thing than growing in ground. Using a very airy soil *will* give MUCH better results. Years of bonsai have shown this to be absolutely true.

    Starting seed is...
  15. Thread: RedBud.

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    RE: RedBud.

    They do it around this locale routinely. Its a 'weak' wood species, IME. Or a brittle one anyways. Winds here can break older trees without anything else around showing effects. The redbuds that...
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    RE: Smelly grass clipping pile

    Ellysian nailed it - sounds like too much 'anaerobic' action -v- aerobic. Compost should/will always smell 'earthy', but if it smells like the stink when a person steps into the muck at side of a...
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    RE: maple tree id?

    http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=sweetgum+leaf&btnG=Search+Images&gbv=2&aq=f&oq=

    Looks a lot like a 'sweetgum' to me (Liquidambar styraciflua) which can have slight variance in leaf...
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    RE: Help with Tree ID

    Mulberry ;-) aka 'weed'.......

    Alex
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    RE: Tree on tree crime

    The leaning tree *will* damage the cottonwood eventually by rubbing incessantly through its bark, inviting disease and other 'bad things'. It is rubbing the cottonwood, right? Lose the part(s)...
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    RE: Is my tree sick?

    The yellow stuff is probably a 'lichen' - normal and not an issue (lots of other species get different types of lichen of various colors, look around and you'll see so, I bet!). I highly doubt the...
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    RE: Japanese Maples in zone 4

    Protect the *roots* from the cold weather (!!!). Most issues of 'cold problems' are from the roots getting too cold. Mulch well around root area :-)

    There are many 'types' of Japanese maples,...
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    RE: tall skinny conifers

    Its hard to find a tougher, more wind/cold tolerant 'windbreak' than the redcedar (Juniperus virginiana), and lots of cultivars to choose from :-) Only bad thing is that they will not backbud, so...
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    RE: oh here are picture of the trunk

    Is there a graft towards bottom of the trunk? If so, it is likely a crab or 'fancy pear', IMO. However, the leaves you show look very much like the 'decorative pears' I see around here (Callery...
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    RE: what tree is this?

    probably a Cercis canadensis ('redbud'), but to be sure, check the leaves for the 'heart-shape' :-) Several other species can have such flowerings, afaik... Redbuds tend to flower before most...
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    RE: Tree Id Please!

    It will take knowing how the flowers look to differentiate this one, I bet... 'Leguminous' trees/species are really hard to tell apart without the floral aspect...
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