I cut down a bunch of pine trees, and I have some variety of cherry that's
gotten rather big. I'm sure it's not an eating cherry, and I expect it's
some variety of choke cherry.
It will eventually threaten the same power lines that caused me to take out
all the pine trees, so it's a doomed tree that needs to die.
I'm wondering if I should let it grow for a few years and kill it when it's
much bigger. I could probably keep one side of it lopped back and let it
grow for 20 years before it becomes a big problem, because it's in a
location that won't directly threaten anything until it gets rather large.
Could I make stuff out of that some day, or should I just make a walking
stick out of it now?
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
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