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Monday, February 28, 2005

A LANDSCAPE FROM SCRATH - Part 3

A Landscape from Scratch - Part 3

Trees and Evergreens

Shade trees grow to heights between 40 and 100 feet. Some shade trees, such as willow and catalpa, grow rapidly and will provide shade in five to 10 years. That quick growth results in weaker wood, however, so these trees are less likely to weather high winds without damage.

Slower-growing shade trees, such as red and white oak, and sugar and Norway maple, have stronger wood to resist weather extremes. These trees are valuable when planted on the south side of your home... more





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