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Default 5 year plan for an ash.

I have a tiny ash sapling that i weant to grow as a semi cascade mame (I know, ash=big leaves but i think it could work)

Heres how it is now:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...eedling004.jpg

and heres what I'm hoping for after many years growing with a good proportion spent in the garden.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...ashvirtual.jpg
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Hope it works out Larry. I havent seen much on the net in regard to Ash
trees, it's nice to know someone else sees the potential that I do. I'm
actualy working on a Ash forest (6 trees) and another informal upright. I'll
get some pics up once they look decent.

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I have a tiny ash sapling that i weant to grow as a semi cascade mame (I
know, ash=big leaves but i think it could work)

Heres how it is now:
http://tinyurl.com/6ww7o

and heres what I'm hoping for after many years growing with a good
proportion spent in the garden.
http://tinyurl.com/3ko8e


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Hope it works out Larry. I havent seen much on the net in regard to Ash
trees, it's nice to know someone else sees the potential that I do. I'm
actualy working on a Ash forest (6 trees) and another informal upright. I'll
get some pics up once they look decent.

Mark

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news:[email protected] eranews...

I have a tiny ash sapling that i weant to grow as a semi cascade mame (I
know, ash=big leaves but i think it could work)

Heres how it is now:
http://tinyurl.com/6ww7o

and heres what I'm hoping for after many years growing with a good
proportion spent in the garden.
http://tinyurl.com/3ko8e


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GreenLarry
Well after many years, much water going under many bridges and a recent house move I still have the Ash!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...ps9m3ocskf.jpg

Might have to remove that upward pointing branch before reverse taper sets in.
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