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bigsandynorth1

Tree Help

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Hello, I want to plant additional trees and my soil is solid clay. Would a white pine or spruce tree survive in this type of soil? Or should I stick to a maple.

Thanks for any help

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If you're looking for evergreens, either a black spruce, balsam fir or a tamarack tree would be your best for compacted or clay soils.

White pine would definitely not like that soil.

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