Tree limbs weighed down by ice?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 08:02
> It's the kind of tree that has those seeds on it that fall down like helicopters… Probably some kind of Maple. Best thing is just to wait for the ice to melt. Your father is killing next spring's buds. The tree should survive, either way. But it would be healthier if your father would leave it alone.
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Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 15:31
It sounds as though your multi-stemmed Acer is having a harder time from your Old Man than from nature. If the weight of the ice hasn't broken it now it is unlikely to. Trees are hardy things, I'd just wait for the thaw. Hedges are the things that suffer from snow weight , it's always advisable to keep their tops free.
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