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Dombeya wallichii - Pink Ball Tree, Tropical Hydrangea Stump! : > (


Dombeya wallichii - Pink Ball Tree, Tropical Hydrangea Stump! : >  ( (Dombeya wallichii - Pink Ball Tree, Tropical Hydrangea Stump)

It was sick when I saw this tree had been cut back to the stump! : > (
This was the largest tree I've ever seen in California...which usually starts blooming in January. It may have sustained a lot damage from the Dec 6th storm. The possible reason for it being cut back so drastically. I'll post a photo of this tree back at the end of Oct.



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2 Jan, 2010

 

Why keep the stump, will it sprout new growth ???
Wouldn't it be better to plant a new specimen ?
I'm not surprised you were sickened by the sight, it's shocking.

2 Jan, 2010

 

Louise1:

It will grow back...it grows pretty fast, however, it will take quite a few years to get the very large size it used to be.

2 Jan, 2010

 

Delonix, it's nearly 7am here, so it must be 6 or 7 hours behind there .... why aren't you asleep in bed ? ;-)))

2 Jan, 2010

 

Louise1:

It's only 11:00 p.m. You're 8 hours ahead of us.

2 Jan, 2010

 

Ah, i'm a bit 'out' then !

2 Jan, 2010

 

Its something to with our clocks go forward but yours doesn't because your either 8 or 9 hours behind i think

2 Jan, 2010

 

Mushybanna:

We change the clocks here in March - we spring forward an hour and fall back an hour in November. The only states in the U.S. that don't change their clocks are: Hawaii and Arizona. Us Californians have been trying to change it where we stay on Day Lightsaving Time all year...I hope it happens one day!

3 Jan, 2010



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