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Grove City, OH
(Zone 6a)

July 8, 2002
11:59 PM

Post #35312

Yep, I have a couple things I have no clue what they are. This is one view of an unknown tree that started 3 years ago. It is about 12" tall, leaves are very crinkled, and the stem stays green all year: no evidence of any bark. It is about 6" from the side of the house, so need to know if I should move it. That is a hosta beside it, to give you an idea of the current size.

I will post the other view in a different thread.

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Milo, IA
(Zone 5a)

July 9, 2002
12:31 AM

Post #297951

Whatever it is. If it is 6 inches from the house, if you want to keep it, you need to move it. It is too close to the house, the roots as it grows will not do any good for your foundation of the house.

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