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Evergreen Screen – Bare at Bottom

Q: This is a great screen between us and our neighbor. But the lower part is leafless. Some plants have a little green on outer tips. Can we cut back and have new growth? A: Your evergreen trees don’t seem to be dying but the lower part is disappearing because of shading from upper branches. […]
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