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EnviroHouse Workshop: Pruning Landscape Trees - Shared screen with speaker view
Steve Marose
34:16
Green Tacoma Day activity
Jeff Stark
34:33
Jeff Stark - Im a barber in North Seattle and trying to figure out how to be a barber (pruning) my areas around my house.
Michael Frank
36:01
Definitely not a master gardener, but I have a couple of maple trees that I need to thin out.
Christopher Horan
36:37
Christopher Horan - I have a 112 year old house in Old Town Tacoma....never really cared for an established yard before. Lots of trees and shrubs that are overgrown and I don't know how or when to cut them back.
Rhonda Radford
37:02
Rhonda.. moving from Chicago back to Port Townsend to take stewardship of 3 acres.
Leah Michaelsen
38:59
Welcome everyone! If you have a question, feel free to put it here in the chat, or pop it into the Q&A feature.
Lynne Miller
41:04
Will the presentation be available after this webinar for us to review again?
John Harden
41:56
I prune for aesthetics around the house...branches are growing into the eaves of my house!
Janda Volkmer
46:02
Answering a question about how to register for the fruit tree workshop. It is on the Sustainability website Facebook page and will soon be live on the EnviroHouse website workshop page. I will also post it on the EnviroNews listserv. You can email me at ehouse@cityoftacoma.org for more information. Janda
Leah Michaelsen
52:34
Here's a link to register for the November 4 workshop on Pruning and Care of Fruit Trees:
Leah Michaelsen
52:36
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xLW7GqHwSZKuFDahGmqsWA
Leah Michaelsen
53:54
The video may look choppy...(no pun intended) apologies!
Leah Michaelsen
54:09
We'll have it available in the recording afterward.
Christopher Horan
54:57
the video was really choppy for me as well
Lynne Miller
57:02
Have a pruning partner also provides a different perspective before you make the cut.
Linda Benedetti
01:02:44
I want to make sure I understand. I thought I heard you say that you can prune trees anytime of the year
Leah Michaelsen
01:14:57
If the video is choppy...hopefully the audio comes through ok! The full video will be available after the workshop.
Leah Michaelsen
01:16:20
Tek, there's lots of information about permits to remove trees in Tacoma on this website: https://www.cityoftacoma.org/cms/one.aspx?pageId=11657#:~:text=The%20City%20of%20Tacoma%20generally,by%20Tacoma%20Municipal%20Code%2013.11.But generally, there are no permits required to prune or remove a tree on private property. To remove a tree in the public right-of-way does require a permit.
Veronica Port
01:37:16
Is it okay to remove some dying leaves or just let them fall on their own. I just planted a magnolia butterfly that has a few dying leaves.
John Walkowiak
01:39:37
jwalkowiak@cityoftacoma.org or jewalkowiak@harbornet.com
John Harden
01:39:56
great info, John. This was very informative and helpful tips. I learned something new about using the undercut to release pressure before cutting thicker branches.
Veronica Port
01:40:45
Thank you all - great class!
Lynne Miller
01:41:11
Thank you for a great webinar - wonderful information in an easy to understand format!
Michael Frank
01:41:53
Thank you very much!