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Old 08-07-2017, 07:35 PM
Ozzello Ozzello is offline
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Are they sabal palms? I would take the tops out for the cabbage...haven't had any in years.....sigh

By the way, Wise does all my tree work .. he gets high marks in my book, and know personally or have used most of them (tree services)

If you want to plant anything back, you need to DIG the stump, not grind it.
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Old 10-04-2017, 02:57 PM
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Dr. Winston, did you by chance find out the name of the company that your neighbor used that bought their palm trees? I tried to find a company online and only found some in California. Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-04-2017, 03:37 PM
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We had Reese Cason take out one for us last year and after the hurricane 2 more snapped in half and he came and cleaned them up and ground the stumps. He also hauled away all of our debris. Four of our neighbors were so impressed they hired him also.
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Old 10-04-2017, 03:56 PM
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Just had Adeleigh Landscaping remove a large queen palm, which was way too close to our house. They also did some oak tree trimming. Very satisfied.

Got them through Home Advisor.
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Just had Adeleigh Landscaping remove a large queen palm, which was way too close to our house. They also did some oak tree trimming. Very satisfied.

Got them through Home Advisor.
"Home Advisor" They are the damn commercial on t.v. with the doorbell at the end. It sounds just like our door bell.
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We live in Amelia and I just submitted the ARC application at the district office (at LSL upstairs across from Starbucks) for removal of two tall Washingtonian palms. They said absolutely we needed permission. I'm supposed to hear tomorrow. I was impressed with the process. I completed a one-page application and they immediately provided a picture of our front yard - it was current not Google Earth. I had to circle the two palms that I wanted removed. They provided a list of certified arborists but do not make recommendations.
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