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davidtrose

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  1. I had a large eucalyptus cut down in the front yard a few years back as it was dropping huge amounts of leaves but it has grown back from the stump even though it was ground down. I want to keep one or two of the new limbs. Which ones should I keep which should go? There is a group of three on the left I'm thinking of keeping as they are reasonably straight? Or do they all need to go? Start again and only let one grow from the get go with the appropriate pruning?

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