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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Crabapple
... after July will reduce floral display and fruiting for the following year. Irrigation If trees are well established after the first year, little additional watering is needed unless ... display will likely be diminished. Diseases Many new flowering crabapples are disease resistant or tolerant. Disease resistance involves genetic resistance to infection by disease causing organisms. Disease tolerance ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Washington Hawthorn
... Canada U.S.A. Search the Arborist Directory Sign Up for the TreeHelp Newsletter! Home > Trees > Species Info > Washington Hawthorn (or Washington Thorn) TreeHelp Product Suggestions: Custom Care Kits Check for ... : 5 to 9 Light: Full sun Moisture: Wet to moist Soil Type: Well-drained, but tolerant of poor soils Care Fertilize with formulations that promote woody, strong growth rather than excessive ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Linden Trees
... hand-sorted tree seeds Linden Trees intro | types Linden trees, sometimes called basswood or lime tree, are an excellent choice for the urban landscape. They are especially hardy, tolerant of alkaline soils, ... . They produce small, round, persistent fruits that are attached to leaf-like appendages. These trees have attractive, golden yellow fall color. There are several varieties for you to choose ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Pear
... and specimen plant. Planting Notes Plant trees that have balled and burlapped roots in late winter or early spring. Smaller sizes are best for planting. Tolerant of all but wet or very ... soil. Problems Has few pests. Somewhat resistant to fire blight. Narrow crotch (branch) angles make trees susceptible to storm damage. Alternatives Consult local sources, including historic or public gardens and ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Redbud Trees
... are even produced on large trunks. Redbud has a yellow fall color and is shade tolerant. Cultivars var. alba - The flowers are pure white. 'Forest Pansy' - The new leaves are ... serious, no chemical controls are suggested. Verticillium wilt attacks and kills redbud. Fertilize affected trees with high nitrogen fertilizer and prune out wilted branches. Michigan State University Extension Service ...
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TreeHelp.com: How to Prevent Construction Damage
... unwanted trees when none of the trees have leaves. When trees are in full leaf, sudden removal of nearby trees is a shock and can cause sunburn to other trees. ... tolerant Oaks Sugar maple Silver maple Hickories Ash Basswood Honeylocust Walnut Cottonwood Kentucky coffeetree Sycamore Poplar Horse chestnut Hackberry Willow All conifers Red maple River birch Redbud Hawthorn Serviceberry Ironwood Trees ...
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TreeHelp Store: Dogwood Tree Seeds
... colors and edible 3/4-inch bright scarlet berries. Since it blooms before most other trees or plants it is a welcomed sight in a bare garden. Rounded and multitrunked with ... growing bush/shrub sporting red or dark purple stems that stand out in winter. Very tolerant of poor conditions, provides cover and food for wildlife, good purple-red Fall colour, white ...
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