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Friday, October 11, 2019

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Barbara H.

What a wonderful resource for you! It will help your garden and you move safely into the future.

Linda Brazill

It was great to discover such a helpful resource. I think we've figured out which trees should go for starters (mostly for health reasons). Hoping we can get some of the work done before it snows. 

Kris P

A good arborist is worth his/her weight in gold. I'm glad you found one. I credit mine with helping us keep the mimosa tree (Albizia julibrissin) going for a little longer.

Lisa at Greenbow

It is good to have such a resource. Keeping trees healthy is a major accomplishment in the garden.

Beth@PlantPostings

That's fabulous. We need to consult an arborist soon. Some of our neighbors, unfortunately, have lost 100-year-old Oak trees recently, and I'm worried about the Oaks on our property that are close to the house. I might have to get Brianna's contact information from you.

Frank

Good for you, and great that you found such a knowledgable arborist. So often people neglect trees until they're on the verge of falling down. Each season they sneak up on you a little closer so it's hard to just look at them one day and realize you should do something.
This is the first year I saw that there are shade gardening possibilities in my garden. Where did that come from!?

Linda Brazill

Hard to get used to the idea of maintaining our trees after spending so much time and effort on the ground level garden! Time to look upward. 

Erin

How wonderful to have such an expert available. It's difficult to suss out arborists who are truly skilled and those who are just good at cutting.

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