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Jan 16, 2012 3:17 PM CST
|I am really into tree sources this winter, i dont have to look out the window, I know whats out there and its frightening.. I live in the inner city and my neighbors dont think twice about damaging a tree or cut tin one down. Neighbors next door cut the branches off one side of a tree so they could get that big bouncing thing for the kids to jump up and down! My landlord cut down a huge tree because the roots was damaging the pipes underneath the house. Maybe this is justified, but it got to be something else you can do.
So far this month I ordered about 15 trees, most of them Poplars to shade my Hosta garden. I cringe when i see the neighbors or the cable people start chopping on the trees.. I even join the Arbor Day Foundation so I could get trees at a minimum and they offer wonderful information about trees in your area. So far I have another fifteen or twenty. Most of these trees will be grown in pots, but just think i will always have a tree to plant.
Way yo go Sharon
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Jan 16, 2012 3:30 PM CST
Gone But Not Forgotten
|Way to go, you too, Sylvia! A few good trees is what you need and sounds as if you have them.
I don't think I could bear to live where there were no trees, I couldn't survive if I couldn't see them, touch them and hear the rustle of their leaves.
More power to you, my friend!
Jan 17, 2012 6:00 AM CST
|Good for you Sylvia!
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