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Anyone have tree damage from this Winter Nor'Easter in October? - What kind? Any Pics?

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Don2222, Oct 30, 2011.

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  1. Don2222

    Don2222 Minister of Fire

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    Hello

    Luckily I cleared trees away close to my house. Even though these trees are less than 20 years old they were hit hard!

    Pic1&2 - Bradford Flowering Pear
    A perfectly shaped tree but it has it's weakness!

    Pic3&4 - Autumn Maple Tree. Grew fast and did well until this big rip. See pic!

    Click on pic to enlarge and see break!

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  2. iskiatomic

    iskiatomic Minister of Fire

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    Some of my mess. It now looks worse, that the snow has pretty much melted.


    KC

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  3. FireAnt

    FireAnt Minister of Fire

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    Nothing really at my house. Lost a limb to a Pear tree. This is from my buddies house in Wethersfield. The Maple split top to bottom in half. The pine limb was huge and clipped his wife's car. I had to cut the pine to let this neighbors in. The Maple was blocking the street till the town loader shoved it into his yard. He is going to have to get the half that is still standing done with a bucket. It is to close to everything...

    Maple

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    Pine

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  5. mayhem

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    32" os heavy snow and not a twig dropped.

    Got some more leaves down though.
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