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Old 02-21-2015, 11:15 PM
Rons Landscaping Rons Landscaping is offline
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I didn't realize my reply went to the second page that is why I made 2-post. I had to laugh when you made that comment about weeping bottle brush. I actually lost a couple jobs over the years because I told people what they didn't want to hear. Another problem with weeping bottle brush trees is they will always split in the crotch in a strong wind. It's sad to see what is happening south of 466-A with the landscaping on residential yards. Most of it will be gone when we have a normal winter again. So many landscape companies are selling them any kind of plants no matter if they are for this zone or not. A lot of them don't care they are just there for there money and nothing else. There is more mason work going on in the yards then horticultural work. Even though we do walls also, I always tell the customer of all the maintenance required with the walls before they choose them in their landscape design. You can have a very nice landscape look without all the walls.
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