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Bare-root trees do well with careful planting LEE REICH ASSOCIATED PRESS

I got a look of disbelief when I told a friend I had planted a tree that had been shipped from a nursery 2,000 miles away. As I went on to explain that the tree had been sent “bare-root,” I could see him shudder. But then I showed off my robust young plant in its second year of growth. Bare-root trees are so named because the plants are dug from the ground when dormant (leafless), and then their roots are shaken free of soil. Kept cool, with their roots packed in some moist material, bare-root plants are easy to store or ship in good condition. They’re usually less expensive and are available in greater variety than potted or balled-andburlapped trees.


Care for your plant as soon as it arrives Of course, it’s not only the plant’s quality that was responsible for the good growth of my bareroot tree. Proper siting, care on arrival and planting were equally important. Two threats to a bareroot tree before it is planted are that it is kept too warm and that its roots dry out. Immediately after I receive a bare-root tree, whether it has been shipped or brought home from a nursery, I soak the roots in a bucket of water for eight hours. If planting must be delayed, I keep the tree cool and its roots moist by storing it on the cool, north side of my house with its roots covered with moist soil or mulch. Or I put it in the refrigerator with its roots wrapped in moist peat and then plastic. Keeping the tree cool delays growth of buds along the stems.

Just before planting, I inspect the roots, cutting off any that are dead, diseased or broken. I shorten any that are too long to be splayed out into a reasonably sized planting hole.

Plant it correctly The soil needs to be crumbly — not sodden and not rock-hard — before it’s ready to be dug for planting the tree. When I do dig, I make that hole just deep enough to get the tree in, twice as wide as the spread of the roots, and tapered down from its edges to full depth. After shoveling enough loose soil back into the planting hole to create a mound on which to set the tree, I start backfilling, tamping the soil in among the spread roots. No need to mix any other materials, such as peat or compost, into the plant-

ing hole. After I finish backfilling, I build up a slight ridge of soil around the outer edge of the planting hole to help contain water. If rodents are a threat, a cylinder of ¼-inch mesh hardware cloth will keep them at bay. Now is when compost can be put to best use; spread it on top of the ground an inch or 2 deep. A further topping of straw or wood chips no closer than 6 inches from the trunk will keep the roots cool, moist and happy in the months ahead.

Don’t forget the tree after planting it Large trees or trees in very windy sites need to be staked for a year, until their roots take hold in the soil. Tie the trunk to one or two stakes set alongside the tree, using some soft material or wire padded where it touches the trunk.

Allow for some movement of the trunk or else it will be too slow in thickening. The final step in tree planting — watering — is critical. I slowly and thoroughly soak the ground beneath my new plant. It’s important not to turn your back on any sapling after that last step in planting. Throughout its first growing season, longer for large trees, a weekly watering schedule must be diligently maintained. Figure on about 1 gallon per week per square foot spread of the roots. And that mulched circle is maintained for at least a few years. After that, the mulching can be continued or the ground could be planted with some groundcover, either of which keeps lawnmowers and weed whackers — hazards to trees young and old — at bay.

A cone-shaped hole about twice the width of root spread and just deep enough to get the tree in the ground is one step in getting this bare-root tree off to a good start. LEE REICH VIA AP

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Those of us with outdoor-loving pets know the downside to all that freewheeling frolic: muddy paws, tangled fur, and often much worse. Animal behavior experts have many theories on why some dogs roll in noxious odors. Some researchers posit that getting one’s neck into a smell is an instinctive way to bring info about potential food back to the pack. Others think that rolling in rankness may simply be a dog’s version of teenagers dousing themselves with body spray. “Perfume or aftershave is used not just to make us more attractive to others, but because we like the smell too,” says Patricia McConnell, animal behaviorist and author of “The Other End of the Leash” (Ballantine, 2002). Alexandra Horowitz, in her book “Being a Dog: Following the Dog Into a World of Smell” (Scribner, 2016), points to a scent-oriented olfactory lobe in dogs’ brains that lights up when potent smells are nearby. Dogs, she suggests, don’t really differentiate between “good” or “bad” odors. To them, every smell — even rotten squirrel — is just

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more information. Luckily, whether you’re dealing with sand, mud or something more, there’s a lot of good gear on the market to help you get Fido clean and fresh-smelling. If wrangling your pet into the bathtub is nigh on impossible, consider Bissell’s Bark Bath portable system. Sort of a wet vac for dogs, the kit comes with a lowsuds shampoo. Fill the reservoir with

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whatever temperature water your pet prefers, and then use the handheld wand to alternately squirt on the water/shampoo mixture and to vacuum up water and residue. One touted feature: Whereas in a traditional tub you’d use about 19 gallons of water to bathe a Labrador-size dog, with the Bark Bath you’ll only use 40 ounces. It can also be used just as a vacuum to remove moisture if you’re dealing with a soggy but not sludgy pet. McConnell advises easing balky bathers in slowly. Start by lining the tub with treats and adding some to the inside of the tub. Turn the water on gently and reward your pet with a treat. Work your way up to the washing hose using the treats, and be patient. You may need several sessions before a fearful dog is comfortable with the bathing experience. Don’t use human shampoo on dogs; the pH level is much higher and too acidic for dogs’ skin. Just need to wash paws? Consider this gadget from Paw Boss: a low-profile water tray equipped with nubby pads in a wash cup, into which you dip paws. City dwellers might appreciate being able to quickly rinse the street grit off their canines’ feet. Bonus feature: vinyl skins



for the unit, so you can customize to suit your decor. Options include faux wood, pop-art geometrics, bubbles and metallics. Simpler still is Pet Product Innovations’ Paw Plunger, a rugged mug with a handle and a soft membrane over the mouth, where you dip the paws. It comes with a lid so you can tote the mug on a walk and rinse off salt or dirt. If you’re nowhere near water and need a quick cleanup, consider a gentle wet wipe like CleanWell’s, which is steeped in thyme oil instead of the usual disinfecting wipe chemicals like triclosan, benzalkonium chloride or alcohol. Babyganics is another brand made with plant-based ingredients, and no artificial fragrances or dyes. To deal with tangles and simple hair mats, consider using any inexpensive yet sturdy wide-toothed comb; gently work your way from the back to the head, combing in the direction of the fur. The FURminator tool, which gets under the top coat to remove loose hair, comes in both a long- and short-hair version. For short curly coats, consider Conair’s Top Paw, with boar bristles on one side and synthetic ones on the other.


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Ancient stone structures have modern appeal CAIN BURDEAU ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOCOROTONDO, Italy – There’s no better place to understand how to build in stone than this hilltop town in Puglia, Italy’s boot heel, where master stone-builders have been sculpting rocks for centuries. Stone, of course, is a quintessential building material in Europe, and one largely gone by the wayside in the United States, where much of the construction is in wood, cement and brick. I’m interested in what to do with a pile of stones because I’ve got one. Angelo Pentassuglia, a master stone builder from Locorotondo in Italy’s Puglia region, talks about the stone work inside an old trullo – a stone structure built without mortar – he is incorporating into a luxury modern home. CAIN BURDEAU VIA AP

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A few years ago, my wife, two boys and I bought an abandoned and overgrown farm property in northern Sicily. On it was a big pile of stones from a collapsed circular structure of some kind at the property’s entrance. We wanted the rocks out of the way. So during our first winter a year ago, with nothing better to do on cold rainy days, I moved the pile. I carted them in a wheelbarrow to a field where once a vineyard had grown. The pile of stones was not recorded on the catasto, the land register, and I wondered what they could have been used for. I was told by friends they might have been an animal shelter or a kind of room in which to make charcoal. But what could I do with them? I was eager to learn more about stones during a visit to my father, who has lived for years in Puglia. In Locorotondo, I quickly learned, the locals are blessed with an abundance of limestone, an easy-to-work material. Megalithic temples on Malta and at Mycenae were erected with limestone blocks, as was everything from city halls to country walls in this part of Puglia. My guide into this world of rock building was my friend Amanda Roelle, an American architect studying stone construction. She drove me to meet Angelo Pentassuglia, a 33-year-old stone-smith carrying on a generations-old building enterprise. Pentassuglia knows how to build a trullo, which is a dry-stone construction – a technique using no wood. This involves constructing self-sup-

porting conical-shaped stone roofs. A trullo’s wall consists of two separate rows of stacked blocks with smaller stones in between them – and it all stands firm without the use of mortar. In the past two decades, the market in trulli – long considered unsuitable as homes due to their dampness and lack of light – has skyrocketed. Trulli vary in size. Often, several structures are attached to one another to form many cones, and thus many rooms. Pentassuglia, a limber and muscletaut thin man, is a wizard with stones. His work site was an old trullo that he and his cousin were taking apart to incorporate the stones into a luxury modern home. Moss grew on the trullo’s walls. The work site was dazzlingly complex and yet rather simple. There were only a few tools, and little noise other than the sound of a hammer chipping and striking stone. “To make a trullo, all you needed was a pail, a hammer, a pickax and a string,” Pentassuglia said. He picked up a pickax to demonstrate how to make a block from an irregular chunk of rock. “You start by making a flat surface,” he said, and began striking. Within a minute he had a nice block. He placed it on a growing pile of similar blocks, to be used to build new parts of the house. He stopped at a pile of oblong, stone roof tiles, preserved from the original cone roof. They are the chianche, flat limestone plates. Laid on top of each other in concentric circles, they constitute an impermeable roof. Pentassuglia said the chianche are See STONE, Page 8R

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Andrea Pentassuglia, a stone builder from Locorotondo in Italy’s Puglia region, works on an old trullo – a stone structure built without mortar – being incorporated into a luxury modern home. Stone is a quintessential building material in Europe. CAIN BURDEAU VIA AP

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Barn doors – repurposed as indoor decor – keep hanging around




oanna Gaines may have brought the use of barn doors in homes into mainstream popularity on the popular HGTV show “Fixer Upper,” but designers were already using them to add function and flair. “Everything new is old,” said designer Barclay Mutz. “They became popular at the turn of the century when they were in rural places. Currently, they became popular about five years ago in design. The hardware became more accessible. I used to have to go to an industrial place to find the hardware, but now you can get in on Amazon.” Mutz loves using the barn door style for small places, such as kitchen pantries or closets, where there really isn’t space for a hinged door to swing. They also create a dramatic design effect. While a single door is often used to slide along a wall, Mutz also likes to use multiple doors, even using a double track to allow doors to overlap so that a large opening can be covered. “You can cover any amount of space with barn doors, just depends on how many doors you want to use. A lot of people don’t realize you can use four doors and overlap them,” Mutz said. When looking for a door to use, the sky is the limit. You can take any type of door and install it like a barn door. Mutz likes to head to Charles Phillips just outside of Mobile, Alabama. The family owned wholesale antique business has eight large barn-style buildings filled with antiques, architecturals and custom-built furniture. Whatever the style door desired, Charles Phillips probably has it. They receive weekly containers from Europe and have many styles of repurposed doors that can be used in many different ways to add to a home’s design.



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think they are going anywhere. It’s just a really awesome design element taken from something really simple and part of our history — which make is it really interesting.” DESIGNER BARCLAY MUTZ A barn door is used to conceal a hall closet and can also slide to hide or show off a bar.

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This master bath has 7-foot chocolate-stained pine barn doors. LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL/USA TODAY NETWORK

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“Because they are so functional, I don’t think they are going anywhere,” Mutz said. “It’s just a really awesome design element taken from something really simple and part of our history — which make is it really interesting. “It’s repurposing something that has been around a long time that was traditionally used in just rural applications and making it something interesting and beautiful in our daily lives,” she said. A bright red barn door leads to a master bedroom suite. PHOTOS BY COURIER JOURNAL/USA TODAY NETWORK

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highly valued because their quarries are depleted. Mounting them takes a masterful touch. If it’s not done right, water enters. “It’s risky,” he said. He added: “I’ve never had a problem.” He walked up the trullo’s steps, through its archways, over its floors. “There’s a lot of labor with rocks,” he said, stopping to admire the workmanship of the stone, worn smooth with time. Why did people make trulli? “What did you have? The earth and stone. So they used them to make a life for themselves,” he said. “It’s what you have under your feet.” He put his foot on a stone at the trullo’s entrance. It weighed about 330 pounds. Chip, chip, chip went the sound of his cousin’s hammer. Pentassuglia smiled. “You can be there chipping

for a month.” “It’s difficult to explain what we are doing here,” he said. “It looks like everything will fall and you can’t understand a thing.” But it was all going to be put back into place, he said. Afterward, Roelle explained that the type of stone found in the area was fundamental to understanding why stone buildings have been so successful in Puglia. “It’s workable stone, and that is what vernacular architecture is all about,” she said. “It can only be experienced in this place.” What did I learn? First, know your stone. I, for one, still don’t know for sure what kind of stone my pile is made up of. So, after I get it identified, I think the next step will be to find out what tools are used in Sicily for working stone. Then I too may try my hand at erecting retaining walls, terraces, steps along walkways, maybe even a structure like the one that once existed in front of our property.

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South Newark - Great opportunity to own a 3 bed, 1 bath ranch style home. Over-sized 1 car garage, covered front & rear patios. First floor laundry. Great starter home or for buyer looking to downsize. $79,900


Heath-River Oaks Subdivision Restricted home sites w/city water & sewer. Convenient to SR 16, SR 79 & 1-70. Great location for the commuter. Total of 40 lots available in subdivision. Prices vary.

Nor th Newark - Planter Ridge The Village at Morgan Woods - Quiet cul-de-sac offering wooded building lots, Subdivision- Several single-family all city utilities & pleasant surroundings. Many custom-built homes in subdivision restricted home sites w/electric, water meeting or above developer’s design standards. Builder discount available & sewer available. Prices vary. on multiple lot purchases. Prices vary.

Alexandria - Approximately 37.5 acres, 32 acres tillable, & 5 acres wooded. Small Stream, multiple buildings w/multiple uses, 3 hog barns, grain silos & large barn. Located between York Road and Outville Roads. $412,500

Heath - Equestrian Facility w/a total of 35.74 acres(10-15 acres wooded & 8-9 acres farmland), 166’ x 60’ new barn addition w/tack room, 2 wash bays, 8 stalls, 130’ x 60’ mirrored indoor arena, lighted outdoor arena, 66’ covered round

83 Fleek Ave, Newar k 910 Golden Dr, Newar k 15637 McCown Rd, Newar k Call the Guanciale Group today for fast & proven ser vice!

3-10 Newark Homes Weekly  
3-10 Newark Homes Weekly  

Media Network of Central Ohio’s weekly real estate publication for Licking County.