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    Re: Getting help with Landscape Design

    I'd just do a search ******, massachusetts landscape design, with Google. I'd bet you could find many Companies that can help you.
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    Re: Rotten Apples

    Are there any other apple trees in the area that you know of, apple species are not self-pollinating, so if it is a pollination issue, that may be why.
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    Re: Shrub with Yellow Leaves

    Could you provide a picture at all. Is it yellow all year round, or just in the spring? What state do you live in so I know what zone the plant can tolerate?
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    Re: Rotten Apples

    What do the apples look like, what is on them? Describe the infection. If we can find out what the tree is getting infected with, we might be able to stop the early fruit drop. Do you have any...
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    Re: Crab Apple Blues

    Most likely the trees are lost, it depends on how deep they have eaten into the bark and cambium. The outer layer of all trees is the vital living system of the plant. This is where all...
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    Re: winter lawn seeding

    I think I have heard it somewhere as well, just not really recommended. I think it would be a waste of seed, since being in the snow, you don't know where it is going to end up. It could be carried...
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    Re: Crabapple offshoots

    Other than replacing the tree, you're going to have to prune. Keep in mind that you are in control of how your tree looks as you prune it. When you remove the apical/top bud of a branch, the all...
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    Re: Rust and mushrooms

    There is not much you can do with the rust, and it really isn't going to damage the lawn either nor is it a sign of a failing lawn, it will just look a little unpleasant for awhile. A pH value of...
  9. Re: Shrubs for N. Central Massachusetts

    A few questions, what is the maximum height you are willing to accept. Do you want a year-round foliage, evergreen, or something that will lose its leaves. What about colors, why kind of scheme are...
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    Re: Moss taking control of lawn

    The problem with mosses that they are hard to kill, they can go without water for years and with one drop are back to living. Your best bet is to manually remove the moss. If I can recall from the...
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