Brutal winter killed many central Ohio trees
"We've been diagnosing quite a bit of winter kill, much to the chagrin of some homeowners," said Kevin Masters, owner of Kevin Masters Arborist Services in Worthington.
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#1 Jun 13, 2014
The Columbus mass media (TV & Radio) "meteorologists" & federal weather service "meteorologists" are incompetent. Their forecasts ate more often wrong than right. Having lived in several other states, I conclude that Columbus "weather people" are the worst in the country!
#2 Jun 13, 2014
We lost our Butterfly Bush to the cold. There's no new growth anywhere on it.
If Columbusites want a southern magnolia in their landscapes try Sweetbay Magnolia, Magnolia virginiana. Ours are on the sheltered Southeast side of the house and came through the winter fine and are now blooming prolifically. The fragrance is strong and carries several hundred feet in a light breeze.
“animis opibusque parati”
Since: Oct 12
#3 Jun 13, 2014
Anyone who plants Bracken's Brown Beauty north of Kentucky is wasting their effort in the long term.
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