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Re: Growth spurt

Re: Growth spurt
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: August 26, 2007 21:55

Trees grow. Quite normal. Some variegated maples do have a tendency to produce shoots with leaves reverting to plain old green. If this is the case they can be pruned out to preserve the aesthetics of a variegated tree.

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|  Growth spurt Marvin Peterson 26/08/2007 21:22
||  Re: Growth spurt chris 26/08/2007 21:55

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