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Dianne Wheaton
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Dominate Native Community of Trees 7a

Post by Dianne Wheaton » Sun Mar 15, 2015 3:35 pm

Well hi HRS.

Can someone shoot me a list of dominate native community for trees 7a?

Thank you,
D. Wheaton

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Re: Dominate Native Community of Trees 7a

Post by Don » Mon Mar 16, 2015 1:47 pm

There may be some on this NTS BBS that would understand your question. Or know who HRS is. Or what trees '7a' are.
But here at NTS BBS we don't dominate trees. We do recognize dominant trees, and that is part of what we are about.

So perhaps you might elaborate on your initial introduction, so that we might further assist you.

Unless of course, you are merely 'trolling', out of ennui...
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Re: Dominate Native Community of Trees 7a

Post by Rand » Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:47 pm

Don wrote:Dianne-
Or what trees '7a' are.
Presumably she's talking about the USDA plant hardiness climate zones:
Since this goes east to west all the way across the country, its an alarmingly open-ended question.

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Re: Dominate Native Community of Trees 7a

Post by gnmcmartin » Mon Mar 16, 2015 8:49 pm


I assume that 7a is your USDA zone, and maybe you mean "dominant" trees. Many trees grow large and tall and can take a dominant crown position. Is that what you mean? Are you looking for advice about what large growing trees to plant in a yard?


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