thats actually fine for the tree. (its in that evgreieve article) and thats the tree on 9th and c not the one in the article.
Thanks for the correction !Still not sure I believe that is good for the tree, and it certainly wasn't necessary
It's a beauty.
How does one NOT see a woman's hair in weeping willows? A great looking tree. I too have wondered about the argument that they MUST be pruned. The way they are in natural forests? Ditto for mowing lawns and raking leaves. But I'm no expert.
I too wonder about what happens in nature, when you hear, must be pruned.
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That is terrible.Weeping willows are invasive trees, though. They take up all the water from surrounding plants.But I can understand your feelings. It's tough to see large living things destroyed.
Too bad, its a beautiful tree...
This is not the one!!!Wrong location.
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