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Hortiscope: Hollyhocks in our zone may live again if cut

Published 09/09/2009, Park Rapids Enterprise

Q: I have a very large basswood tree in my backyard. In mid-July, it starts dropping an incredible amount of thin, long, light-brown leaves and small, hard, tan-brown berries. Is this typical of this tree and how long should I expect it to last?

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