Can this tree be saved? Is there another way to protect the house?comments (3) November 15th, 2010 in gallery
Can this tree be saved?
We bought our house 2 years ago and had to remove the tree that was next to this one (It was bigger and was growing into this tree and onto our roof). the offending tree was removed while I was at work; I came home to the realization that it had really compromised the remaining tree. Will this tree eventually fill out? Anything I can do to encourage this?
If the answer is no, I have another "problem". We live on a golf course and this guy provides the house some protection from errant balls. You wouldn't believe the number of balls/bad golfers! :) Anyone have any thoughts on what to do here if we have to remove this tree? Something that will protect the house while adding to the landscape? I'm at a total and complete loss! (the second pic provides an idea of what the yard looks like from afar).
I'm in Zone 6.
Thanks in advance for your help!
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