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Replacement for Dwarf Alberta Sprucs'

Posted by bsmith717 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 22, 13 at 9:29

I honestly dont mind these little trees but the left one which is much smaller than the right one suffered an infestation a couple years ago that has resulted in dead lower branches and me having to remove them leaving a bare bottom portion that isnt too pretty IMO. The left one is in a pretty small area so space is limited and the right one is connected to a larger bed but still very close to the garage. Since im not really knowledgeable when it comes to this subject the only replacement that I can think of would be a dwarf Japanese maple or something along those lines...

I'm open to any suggestions. Id really like to replace everything but the Japanese Maple and the butterfly bushes but again, I have no vision for this kind of thing!

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The good one of the two.
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And the one I had to trim.
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Thank you!

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