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George Morco's new home had a tree that was strangled by the neighboring bushes. George lives nearby and we share the trees planted by our associations. George works as a local landscaper and travels the entire Inland Empire.
We were talking about the trees when George realized that each tree needed a saucer. Using George's expertise, this post explains why each tree should have a tree saucer and how to create a saucer if your trees need them.
This post shows the four steps to install tree saucers.
Step 1: Fig.1 through fig.3 shows trees surrounded by bushes. Sure the tree gets water, but it shares it with the bushes.
|Fig.1 Tree surrounded by bushes|
|Fig.2 Another tree by bushes|
|Fig.9 Water in saucer|
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