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Dunno if this will help of not, but there are a few in/around my area in NYC (zone 7 technically, but many winters bring zone 6 conditions and we've got ocean influence, too). All of them are mature and over 40ft. tall -- one specimen is easily 60ft. tall. Exceptional resistance to high winds and stormy weather -- even in superstorm Sandy, these trees barely lost leaves.

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Hey guys! Wow, I can't believe anyone is still out there. :) You won't believe what happened....we had a FIRE in the house last spring, and the basement and main levels (which this room is on) were basically totaled. We can't move back home until January, BUT the good news is that 1) we didn't lose anything that can't be replaced; 2) we have an opportunity to make some changes, including enclosing the french doors to the family room. ALSO, I found some chairs at Ballard which were the same fabric I was going to use to recover the wing chairs. I got an AMAZING deal (I mean, of course, haha) and they were salvaged from the fire! I hope everyone is doing great, and I'll be back for some advice...ugh, so overwhelming but it will be great when it's all over and we're back home!

Dunno if this will help of not, but there are a few in/around my area in NYC (zone 7 technically, but many winters bring zone 6 conditions and we've got ocean influence, too). All of them are mature and over 40ft. tall -- one specimen is easily 60ft. tall. Exceptional resistance to high winds and stormy weather -- even in superstorm Sandy, these trees barely lost leaves. They would make excellent privacy screens, but keep in mind that they can get very tall and they wave around in high winds very freely (that's why they don't break), so you may not want them along a fence that might get knocked over or damaged. I've noticed our parks dept. using these trees to replace large oaks which increasingly powerful summer storms have been taking out -- not to mention Oaks in parks here have been deadly 'cause of the ease with which limbs break in high winds. So far, the young trees have been looking great and they can get more of them into the park space (which is very beneficial for cleaning the air). I've noticed they're pretty well maintenance free, too -- no pruning required as they naturally maintain their neat shape. Not sure if that was helpful.... But there ya go ;) (Source: www.houzz.com)

 

 

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