I was researching red bud trees for my yard and somewhere I found the life expectancy is 20 years. This seems like a very short time for a tree.
Any one have a red bud tree older than 20 years?
My goal is to make a "privacy" fence with a row of trees. I wish for the living fence to last longer than 20 years but not take up too much space like evergreens might.
Suggestions? Has any one seen a row of red bed trees used in the landscape?
Peggy W wrote a good Hub on her Red Bud trees you might find helpful.
by Stacie L6 years ago
....looks like we Americans are living longer...is that good?I hope I have enough money to live on...http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42111907/ns/health-aging
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