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Remove the dead shrub by cutting off the main trunk close to the ground since you cannot dig it out. Throw some fresh compost or garden "topper" over the stump. The one next to it will grow branches in over the tiny stump. Take a nice green clipping and some photos to the local nursery to find out what the remaining shrubs are. Apr 21, rob has the right idea if you can get your truck to them. chain them and pull a little tension on them. then take an axe or pick to the roots on the back side.

them pull again. repeat with the tension and axe if the they are very large or the soil is compacted. boxwoods are fairly easy to remove. i used this method to remove a ft silver maple. it took several chops and pulls, but it took less than Oct 17, Boxwood shrubs are slow-growing plants. Because of this slow growth, gardening with these bushes requires relatively little maintenance. Generally speaking, you can maintain your bushes by pruning once a year.

Once established, the best time to trim is in the spring.



How is the root structure?



Jun 01, An easy solution to remove the dirt and hence lightening the shrub or bush is to hit the soil with a garden hose or even a power washer.

If you hit the soil with some water pressure the dirt will simply wash right away. You’ll be left with only the shrub or bush which can be cut up, burned, or moved to curb for disposal. Oct 30, Tall goldenrod (S.



Best to use a pick ax to get as many of the roots as possible before yanking with the truck.



altissima) grows to 8 feet tall and is South Carolina's state flower. Get a better growth habit on tall plants by cutting them back by half in early June. This allows lateral.





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