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Awww I hope your tree comes out of it!!Kathyhttp://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com
yep, me 2...though I am not a tree hugger...this is a nice one. Or it was.
Heat and drought have been rough here too. Next spring will be interesting indeed.
I know...I've noticed a lot of maples were really affected around here so the disease must be wide spread. A lot of my flowers that usually are still blooming are just done, not dead, just not blooming. Kinda sad.
she's pretty... i hope the weather works in her favor... :)
I hope so, too. She just looks so very sad right now.
When we had our house built in 1973, I asked for a Maple tree for the middle of the back yard. It never did well, so eventually, my husband cut it down because he thought it was dead. From the stump grew a fine sturdy tree... I guess sometimes it takes a radical pruning... Which is what I would have done if I knew it wasn't dead to start with... Good luck with your tree. Maybe it will surprise you. I hope...
I hope so.
Nice yard, tree and photo!Maybe it's just takin' a nap, waitin' for water.I've noticed some trees around here (Ohio) are already starting to get a little color on them.
Hoping she just starts out spring her old self.
I hope the tree rejuvenates as well. I love Maples and really miss seeing them. Oaks, Pines and Palms seem to dominate the Florida Forest here.
It is a nicely shaped tree and stands pretty much outside the front door. I am hopeful after doing some reading. Thanks for coming by!
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