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Old 09-19-2012, 10:33 PM
1999frontier 1999frontier is offline
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Originally Posted by Landscape Poet View Post
Dependent on the Camellia type, trimming them now you may be removing the potential blooms this time of year, just food for thought. We have several that will bloom in November time frame on some of our properties. Other than that 8 hours of shrub trimming does not sound very realistic to me for the number of shrubs you have indicated.
You think more or less? How much longer? I know its hard to figure without pics. I think the job is going to be put on hold for now. She does want it done but I don't know when. If she waits too much longer I think its going to be too late with winter on its way.
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