Re: red sunset maple trees

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Posted by M. D. Vaden on July 04, 2003 at 12:30:48:

In Reply to: red sunset maple trees posted by Ruth on July 04, 2003 at 08:42:26:

May depend on where you live.

If I planted those in Beaverton, Oregon last fall, they could probably take 5 days of 90 degree weather now with no problem.

If they were planted in December after root growth stopped, that would be different.

Is there mulch?

See our watering advice at www.mdvaden.com

Click ADVICE, then the Landscape Advice, then the last topic on watering - enlarge the photo to read the notes.

Also, read the mulch topic (may say mulch or barkdust)

M. D. Vaden of Oregon - www.mdvaden.com

PS - Remember, Oregon is fairly moderate. Long dry summers, but not tremendous amounts of 90 degree weather - 100s is very uncommon.



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