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Will my Japanese maple live? Help please

Posted by bigbud1212 5 (asteve563@aol.com) on
Fri, May 9, 08 at 17:02

I bought 5 japanese maples in the fall at lowes. The rabbits chewed on 3 of them this winter and they are dying. 2 of the trees are getting shoots on the bottom of the truck(below where the rabbits chewed) and starting to grow. Do you think that i should cut the tree off where the rabbits chewed and hopefull maybe the tree will grow again? Has anyone had any experience with this problem? Thanks for your help.


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RE: Will my Japanese maple live? Help please

Hey bigbud I know that has to be a sinking feeling ,but without photos its hard to get a feel for the extent of the damage.


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RE: Will my Japanese maple live? Help please

It is raining today so maybe i can get a few shots tomorrow and post them. Thanks


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RE: Will my Japanese maple live? Help please

I sure hope my tree will survive. I took a few pictures but i am not sure how to post them on. Can anyone tell me how to do that? Thanks


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