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Mt.Ash

Postby gamekeeper » Aug 26, 2011 10:26 am

I have a Mt Ash I plant many years ago ,no doubt not an ideal location in the yard,very sand ,not very fertile,\,this time of year it always looked dreadful.This year I watered it and fertilized the poor thing and what a difference,it is awsome! Dawn comes late to some of us.
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Re: Mt.Ash

Postby Chris_W » Aug 26, 2011 12:02 pm

That's great to hear that it is doing better for you with a little extra care :) Usually I think that most trees establish themselves after a while, even in the worst conditions, but a little extra care early on seems to help, so long as they aren't drowning like I see at so many new construction landscape projects...
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