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Red cedars in Tennessee

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  1. Gravity Boy

    Gravity Boy New Member

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    Question:
    I have some 30’ red cedars that have all their bulk at least 20’ off the ground.

    If I take the tops out of these guys, will they fill in lower down?

    I’d like to save them, prune or trim them toact as a privacy hedge if I can get them to “Bush out” down low.

    Will it work?
     
  2. johninky

    johninky ArboristSite Operative

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  3. Del_

    Del_ Get outside.

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    It's not going to work.

    Have you looked into low growing shrubs like azealeas, etc. to fill in at ground level and up?
     

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