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Old 03-25-2017, 09:33 PM   #1
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You think these will fill back in?? (Pic)


I bought this house and they had this hideous shed outback. It destroyed my cypress trees! (Btw I'm filling-in the hole in my back fence line with more cypress).
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Old 03-25-2017, 09:52 PM   #2
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If you are asking if those that have been butchered to fit the shed in the space?

No they will never regrow any branches in that area.

The best that they will ever do is to grow from the top up.

So it will always be an eyesore. Unless you plant new of a similar height it won't match well.


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I'll take a stab at the question....

if you build a bedroom addition around the shed, and repaint it, it might make a nice retro wardrobe.
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I'll take a stab at the question....

if you build a bedroom addition around the shed, and repaint it, it might make a nice retro wardrobe.

Maybe I can build a retro wooden wall with a planter on some gravel. As a focal point of the yard or something. We are about to remodel the backyard so that's why I moved the previous owners' nasty shed. Which I will be throwing away.
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