Hortiscope: Remove parent plant to help sucker thrive
Published 11/19/2010, INFORUM
Q: We have a sand cherry tree that had some winter damage a couple of years ago, so I removed the damaged parts. However, the bark is severely damaged, and we expect to take the rest of the tree down in the coming year or so.Word count: 1872
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