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The Top 15 Trees for the Landscape - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathleen Bradley
20:39
Hello from greater Cleveland
Jennifer Kubicki
20:55
Hello from North Columbus!
Donald Shuller
20:58
Good morning from Cincinnati.
Joyce Fugate
21:01
Hi! From Madeira, Ohio
Marty Calabrese
21:55
Hello from Cleveland Metroparks!
Lori Bolton
22:20
Dublin
Kathleen Bradley
22:28
ATI = Agricultural Technical Institute.
Kevin Lewis
22:54
Good Morning from Northfield, OH
Sarah Knudsen
23:26
Good morning from Dublin
Debbie Sickmiller
23:59
Good beautiful morning from Ashland OH
Kathleen Bradley
24:54
You can have your wedding here.
Charles Huth
26:24
Is this "Crablandia"?
Mike Edgington
26:42
yes
Philip Marshall
48:06
For Abies concolor, what soil type and pH are not good for it?
Karen Middendorf
52:52
What. Plant is in Jason's background screen?
Caroline Watson
56:21
As katsura leaves fall in autumn they smell amazingly sweet!
Annette Durbin
01:03:56
Cryptomeria also does well in Shade and moist soil. {Maybe not both together, couldn't speak on that)
Kathleen Bradley
01:06:23
Grindstone is not pretty. or Sky Tower- lollipops.
James Bullock
01:47:34
Thank you for a great presentation , Jason !!!!
Craig Toothman
01:47:47
Thanks so much for the presentation!
Carol Wilder
01:48:03
Yes, Thank you, Great info!
Franklin Brackman
01:48:16
I grafted and collected ‘Grindstone’ from the Washington Contynsite with Richard Larson, propagation at Dawes Arb. About 10 years ago. Grindstone were manufactured nearby from the native sandstone and Grindstone is the local name of that rest stop on Ohio Rt. 7
Robin Schachat
01:49:18
Such a pleasure to see another fan of Amur maackia! This was fun; Thank you!
Kathleen Bradley
01:49:34
Thank you!
Eilanna Price
01:49:45
Thank you very much! Great presentation!
Kyle Vertrees
01:49:54
Thank you!
Karen DeAngelis
01:50:19
Thank you very much. Great information. Can't wait to purchase one of the trees.
Tim Fleischer
01:51:05
Thank you from the Dublin OH Horticulture team🌱
Judie Goff
01:51:28
definitely will visit Secrest Arboretun
Jean Myers
01:52:27
Thank you! So informative and nice to know I have planted some of these trees in my yard!
Karen Benfield
01:52:38
Thank you for such enlightening information.
Franklin Brackman
01:53:09
Anyone on a city tree commission is aware of the Callary Pear problem.
Michele Pappas
01:53:32
Thank you!
John Jayson
01:54:03
Thank you for the excellent tree advice. Learned new tree choices for the landscape, especially evergreens.
Philip Marshall
01:54:10
They are a first invader in old fields and in forest harvest areas. And some cases are out competing eastern red cedar in old fields as the first invader.
Philip Marshall
01:54:42
That is Callery pear as first invader.
Stephanie Barkay
01:54:46
Thank you. Really enjoyed the wide variety of trees that you shared.
Charles Huth
01:55:47
Outstanding presentation.
Karen Benfield
02:06:57
So happy to hear about the Ash tree! Oh, how I miss mine.
Barbara Beardsley
02:09:50
What is the tree behind Jason?
Kathleen Bradley
02:11:56
Love rose rosette disease, too!
Awilda Ortiz
02:14:13
Thanks again for another wonderful presentation!
Lawrence Dunn
02:15:05
Thank you Jason and Kathy!
Jason Veil
02:15:14
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