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Old 12-17-2007, 06:13 PM
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So it seems the common mindset is that I should relocate some of these trees and leave them planted as a single instead of the group...I like the idea just as much as the avatar change Clay!

I'll see if I can get that into the works as well as posting those pics. Thanks for all the info and feedback everyone
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Old 12-18-2007, 08:33 PM
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I agree, on the norm I wouldnt put several Jap maples together
cause they are a specimen plant. Keep in mind though the more times
you plant and transplant a plant the chances of survival decrease. Didnt
see pics, but I usually never line anything in a row. You want to try
and mimick nature so it looks natural. I try to staggar or off set plants
to give the landscape depth (instead of one dimesional)
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