Thursday, March 5, 2015
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Hackberries — a wildlife favorite
Q: Why would anyone ever want a hackberry to grow in their landscape? The trees are ugly, they fall over easily, are short-lived, and worst of all they reseed everywhere! Once they sprout is there any way to kill them except pruning them to the ground two or three times each year? . . .
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