Basically the spray from the cars settles on the leaves coating them. Another problem evergreens have is they need slightly acidic soil and with the amount of salt used indiscriminately they wouldn’t stand a chance.We'll, I didn't know that. That said, can you define high pollution? Is that refering to automobiles just so I know?
As per shades, that would be hard to administered as wide tree canopies wouldn't fit well into that space from what I gathered with the photos. The only way that I can see is skinny trees in abundance but spacing it closer to eachother without intruding or obstructing ground level views. I just would like to see something new.
The under ground rooting structure was installed during the sidewalk work last summer. I remember seeing it. Which make sense since they would have to dig everything up again.Given that the next leg of Imagine Jasper Ave is now funded, won’t we most likely just see the same kinds of trees/planters we did eastward? Isn’t this just getting torn up anyway?
They are very hardy given the right locationOn board with trees but cedars? Lost cause, such sensitive little trees
You’re probably right, I just anecdotally have not seen many do very well in this city and am worried they won’t get enough water since that’s usually the issueThey are very hardy given the right location
Find Brandon Cedar (Thuja occidentalis 'Brandon') in Edmonton St Albert Sherwood Park Stony Plain Alberta AB at Millcreek Nursery Ltdsearch.millcreeknursery.ca
when we went for a tour just to see how crazy the rent would be the leasing agent said they already signed one tenant for the whole space.... apparently. restaurant/cafe/grocery set up