[nafex] I need some thoughts
GIANNI-2 at prodigy.net
Tue May 22 11:18:27 EDT 2001
A couple of ideas stand out to me if you could indulge me...
If you are endeavoring poles that are strait and able to withstand the elements, try arborvitae
or red cedar. Del is right, Ironwoods are like steel and shoot up pretty quick from seed.
Maybe white ash, the baseball bat stock, but not known for resistance to the elements but very hard.
Red cedar will grow to 8 ft from a seedling in as little as 3 to 4 yrs depending on conditions.
Arborvitae although soft (Wood used in pencil production) will fend and ward off the elements for some
time without any treatment.
If I could ask, what is your intent with this in order to better formulate an answer for you? Do you want
the tree/s in question to be growing to be used in your plan or an arbor or trellis.
Best of growing,
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From: fuwafuwausagi at usa.net
To: nafex at yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 2:52 AM
Subject: [nafex] I need some thoughts
I am seeking a bit of advice.
I am trying to figure out what tree I should plant form seed in order
to get a small "pole". Pears immediately sprang to mind, and
perform exceptionally well, but I am open to other options. I want a
very hard durable wood, and a beautiful wood to boot. It is imperative
that it naturally grows in a verticle fashion to minimize training.
Basically I am trying to grow wood that is straight, about 8 feet in
length and 2 to 2 1/2 inches in diameter. I want a very hard durable
wood, and a beautiful wood to boot. It is imperative that it naturally
grows in a verticle fashion to minimize training.
Thanking you in advance for any consideration you give this matter,
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