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Dying wall of evergreen (pictures) re-post to new link to picture

Posted by chanan (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 13, 05 at 23:02

Hi! All
Sorry! this is a repost. The 1st thread was getting confusing(directions to view pictures) and many people having problems viewing the pitures. I have reposted the pictures on a different site!

I use to have this great wall of evergreens.They once were thick and lush. But , it seems they are thinning out from the middle outwards. Is there anything I can do to stop this!!! Pictures posted on the below link.

http://www.hpphoto.com/servlet/com.hp.HPAlbumPict?com=us&awp=albumshow.html&jsessionid=1787731113446338546&album_id=4948529&albumNewNameApplet=&RandomNum=0.7054077647276379&AppletNewAlbumId=4948529&pictid=55383401

thanks in advacne


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RE: Dying wall of evergreen (pictures) re-post to new link to pic

Sorry, but that massive URL does not link to anything. Once you figure out how to successfully post a photo (and I have NO idea how to help you), you might want to consider posting this on the conifer or shrub forum (depending on the genus of the plants in question). Many well qualified experts on both who can help diagnose your problem.


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RE: Dying wall of evergreen (pictures) re-post to new link to pic

here it is! Sorry!

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