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You don't need upvotes to plant trees.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second best time is now!
r/Arecaceae (palm trees)
Sorry if this is the wrong place to post, I'm grateful for any redirection.
This (pine?) tree in my childhood back garden is surrounded by building work, and looks a bit distressed - am I right to be worried?
I've collected some Juniperus virginiana berries from a few trees that are special to me, and would like to grow them for transplanting later. I have experience getting acorns and other hard seeds to germinate, but not berries. Do any of you have advice? Thank you.
I have taken cuttings from multiple aspen and im sure that 2 of them are populus tremula which both have brownish glossy bark but one of them has green bark. When i was taking the cuttings i saw that it was aspen and i never gave a second thought but now that i have been thinking about it im not 100% sure that it is what i think it is. The question is basically is the difference obvious enough that i would notice. Sorry if this post is crap i havent been sleeping and it makes my a little bad at speaking.
I live in the Arkansas River Valley.
I ate some loquats around the neighborhood about 3 months ago and decided to embark on my first tree planting journey all by myself. Today my trusty Ivysaur is saying goodbye to its baby (to germinate another one).
I'm working on a construction project where we need to put a foundation ~30' away from a large elm tree. The city's arborist has instructed us to use an air spade to expose the roots of the tree, clean cut them, and then treat with chemical to ensure the tree remains healthy. The only chemical I'm seeing online for roots is glyphosate to kill the roots. Does he mean deep root fertilization?
I’ve been petitioning to get this Tree of Heaven removed for about while now. Credit to the town and the Tree Warden for getting it this far. Let’s hope the hearing goes well!
I just bought a house. Central Interior region of British Columbia. What kind of tree am I looking at here?
Hi Tree people
I just purchased a property with a very large black locus in the center yard. I have two large dogs and I am told the tree is toxic to dogs.
Does anyone have any experience with dogs and these trees?
How dangerous are they?
Is it worth the risk of keeping the tree and just keeping the yard picked up?
Should I just cut it down?