Got a really full skirted cedar tree approx 7' high. This thing has died
suddenly on us.
Is there any reason for me not to cut the trunk off below surface level, and
then just smooth over the hole? Will we have any regrowth problems, or will
the thing just stay cut off?
I doubt it will sucker. It'll most likely provide some interesting
mushrooms over the next couple years, as the roots decay. And, may leave a
depression where the rootball is/was. If it's dead, digging the rootball
from such a small tree should be easy enough, and would be the best way to
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