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Tree Advice and Input

Posted by Drewsin Zone 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 4, 12 at 17:48

I recently purchased two acres and love trees. There aren't any trees on the property other than some that I planted earlier this spring to get a jump on a windbreak. I am looking at having a large lawn but am also looking at planting trees over the back 1/4 to 1/3 of the property so that they will block potential neighbors as well as not having to mow as much. I would like a wide variety of trees but need some to be fast growing so that I can see some results in the near future. I have done quite a bit of research and want to stay away from willows but wouldn't mind one or two. What are some of your thoughts on the Red Dawn? Any information you can provide would be great. Four-seasons nursery has $.99 trees and I was thinking about just getting a bunch of them and spearding them out. If they live they live and if they die, I'm out a buck. Thanks for your input.

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