Trees for Zone 9

shesalittlebearMarch 30, 2005

Hi All,

I too have tree question for an area of my yard that stays wet for a few month of the year. The soil is a horrible clay and is in full sun. Once the Sacramento hot weather kicks in, the area is hard as cement. Any suggestions? Here are a couple of other obstacles, the tree cannot reach more that about 15 ft (its near the property line) and it cannot be toxic because I have two dogs that will eat anything (like the black loquats from the tree that was once there). Thank you for your help.

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Sounds like your conditions are quite like parts of Australia, wet then extreme drought with heat, and so on. Perhaps you should post a message over on that forum? PF

    Bookmark   May 15, 2005 at 5:46PM
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