Re: Unprotected Hardy BLEs need protection, too
Posted by Alvin in Motown, z6 on January 9, 2018, 9:14 pm, in reply to "Re: Unprotected Hardy BLEs need protection, too "
Yeah, salt can be deadly for nearby plants, even those planted near sidewalks, and driveways, that get salted.
Yep, I think those spruces, Arborvitaes, etc, that were salt-damaged, were also "helped along", by the wind, especially, since the damage was all on one side of the tree (the sides of the trees facing, both, the road and the north).
My Rhodie is kinda sorta in a spot susceptible to wind, because although it is surrounded by other plants, it faces east, and is hit on one side by north winds.
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