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You will need to do something, as its a cherry tree, and a fruiting one at that, particularly if you haven't bought one on a dwarfing rootstock. Otherwise, I agree with Kevinsky's answer, its worth a try. The problem with cherry in particular is that they are known to be surface rooters, and do have a tendency to put out long roots just below the ground. ...


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Tree pruning will not necessarily slow root growth. The best way to deal with the possibility of roots getting into things they shouldn't is to Dig a trench about six to eight inches deep between you and your neighbours at a convenient location. Then go to your hardware store and buy some 40 or 60 millimeter pool liner. Usually food grade for ornamental ...


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If they are all dried out then they are dead. Avocado pits need to be planted pretty quickly after being removed from their fruit. On your first success, how did you start the pit? The method I've had the most luck with was suspending the fresh and thoroughly washed pit over a glass of water using toothpicks stuck into the seed in several spots, with ...



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