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Prepare for planting bare root trees In general terms, the odds of a successful tree planting can be significantly increased if the planting is done in the fall. Fall planting allows the tree time to begin to develop its root system without the stress of supplying water to rapidly growing leaves. However, as in most things plant related, there are exceptions. Bare root trees are one of those exceptions. This is not so much an optimal planting time issue as it is a plant availability issue. Bare root trees must be dug and prepared for delivery when they are dormant and kept in cold storage until delivery. This means a spring planting for us. Consider the following suggestions ates & A s s o c iyour when planting R E A LT Y bare root trees. As soon as the


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on an “as needed” basis. If the tree is very small, it may do fine without staking. If it is larger or has a well-developed branching structure, staking at planting is advised. Some upper trunk movement trees arrive, unpack Prepare the is fine as long as and check their planting hole by the base of the condition. Cover digging much wider tree does not move the roots with than the root mass around. damp cloth or paper but no deeper. This Finish the instal(shredded paper is an important step lation with a good works very well) as it gives plenty of watering and then and store them in a loose soil for roots apply several inches dark, cool area. Im- to begin their later- of mulch around the mediately prior to al growth. Digging planting area. The planting, soak the the hole deeper larger the mulched tree roots in a buck- than needed is like- area, the lesser et of clean water for ly to cause settling, the competition for several hours. This leaving you with a valuable moisture will help the plant tree that is planted and nutrients. A begin to wake from too deeply. This is four-foot turf-free dormancy. Now a common cause for circle around a new is a good time to tree failure, espetree would not be remove any string, cially in tight soils. too extreme. labels or tape that The uppermost Concerning the might cause girroots should be addition of fertilizer dling as the tree just below the soil or soil additives, if grows. This is one surface when the of those seemingly tree is planted. Any simple little tasks graft unions should that often get over- remain above the looked-causing ground. problems later on. Staking should be

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avoided as they can create a “flowerpot” effect. This is a situation where the plant has no need to develop roots into the surrounding soil because everything is readily available close by. This is another common cause of failure as the plant matures. For more information of this or any

other horticultural topic, you can contact Keith Reed, the Horticulturist in the Payne County Extension office. Keith can be reached via email at keith.reed@, phone at 405-747-8320, or in person at the Payne County Extension office, located at 315 W. 6th in Stillwater.

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Expert tips on how to make orchids bloom and thrive By Doreen Christensen Sun Sentinel

Orchids can intimidate budding and experienced gardeners alike. Joan Connors, a retired greenhouse manager of the American Orchid Society, has a few tips to help keep plants healthy, happy and blooming. “I love growing orchids, because there is always a new flower to surprise me,” says Connors, of Deerfield Beach, Fla. “They give me joy every day.” Connors, who re-

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vendors” to send notification letters to affected mortgage borrowers. It will also provide “credit monitoring, call-center support and identity-restoration services at no cost.” The banks whose loan clients might have been injured made it clear in statements that they had no direct involvement in the data breach because they neither own nor service the mortgages. Nonetheless, a Citibank spokesman said it is “working to identify potentially affected customers” and has “instituted a forensic investigation.” A spokeswoman for Wells Fargo told me, “We have no indication that any Wells systems or service providers were compromised,” and the bank views

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Hot household products debut at Consumer Electronics Show About Real Estate DAVID MYERS home-security items also debuted at CES. Hampton Products (www. hamptonproducts. com), a leader in the field, showed two new models of exterior coach lights with a discreet built-in HD camera that provides night vision and wide-angle viewing ($299). Like other security devices, the stylish lamps also have a speaker and microphone for twoway audio, which you can use when you’re at home or to access remotely via an app. Tired of folding laundry? That nightmare chore could be over as soon as the end of this year, if you can

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From the glitzy to the goofy, the annual CES has it all. DEAR DAVE: For the past few years, you have written about the cool home-related stuff that debuts at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Did you go this year? If so, what did you see? ANSWER: Yes, I went. The annual show is the biggest in the U.S., and this year drew a record 188,000 visitors and 4,500 exhibiting companies to Nevada in early January. One of the best-reviewed home-related products at the show was LG Electronics’ ( Signature OLED TV R, the next generation of the company’s high-end, ultra-high-definition television sets. The screen rolls up and down, much like you’d roll out a sheet of wallpaper or gift wrap. When you’re done watching the boob tube, you press a button or say the word, and the screen disappears back into its long, narrow box. Its picture, sound and overall technology are jaw-dropping. But so is its cost: It’s expected to retail for more than $8,000 when it hits electronics stores in the spring. Dozens of


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do the rest. If you’re worried about the visual appeal of a small wooden box on the edge of your property, try painting the hive a neutral color so it blends in. Or, better yet, take the opportunity to decorate it with floral designs. More bees mean more pollination, so expect your yard to thank you for your efforts with larger vegetables and more plentiful flowers. The best part? Free honey. EMBRACE RENEWABLE ENERGY WITH SOLAR SHINGLES Many people love the idea of solar power but shy away from the idea of unattractive solar panels cluttering the roof. Thankfully, recent innovation has led to the creation of solar shingles. Solar shingles come in the form of tiles and

can either fit over your existing roof, or act as the roof itself depending on the brand. Either way, they’re a simple, attractive and

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OPEN HOUSE, SUNDAY 1-3 PM 1207 E. Virginia Ave. | $145,000 Great location, close to shopping, dining and an OSU bus stop. This 3-bedroom, 2-bath home has an additional wood paneled living area/den/office/guest bedroom with a wood stove and a window unit air conditioner. The master bedroom has a bay window. A privacy fenced backyard and covered patio offer a great place for a cookout and games. A mud room is between the 2-car garage and the laundry room. David Provence GRI, REALTOR® Associate 405-385-9660 (405) 377-1000 904 East Sixth

1505 E Will Rogers | $152,000 Cute and spacious with wonderful natural light. Great location. Close to OSU, schools, and shopping. Perfect for 1st time home buyers or investors. Fresh paint throughout with many updates. Refrigerator, washer and dryer are included but not warrantied. Double car garage used for hobbies/storage and can easily be converted back to a double car garage. Large back yard with patio. Close to bus route.

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Exciting opportunity for you to enjoy country living, just 10 minutes from Stillwater. Charming brick oneowner 2500 square foot house sits on Tract 2 (3.4 acres). Tucked back in the trees, it has four bedrooms plus a bonus room upstairs. The private front porch invites you to stay and relax. Vintage wood burning stove in the corner of the spacious living room. Pretty kitchen and eating bar, open to the living and dining spaces. Picnic area, fire pit, above ground pool and plenty of paths all over the property for exploring. Additional lot (3.4 acres) is next door and touches the beautiful watershed lake. Never before available, this home was built in 2010.

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air in the summer, keep it warm during the winter, aid with noise reduction Don’t let visions of clunky solar pan- and even help with fire-proofing. els and backbreakThough a green ing work make wall does require you shy away from more maintenance sustainable living. Recent innovations than a regular one, make it easier than it isn’t much more ever to live a green trouble than looking after a potted lifestyle without plant. After the inisacrificing style. tial cost to install, a Check out some of living wall pays for the new, beautiful itself in style and and trendy ways function. you can create an LOWER environmentally GREENHOUSE friendly home. REDUCE YOUR GAS EMISSIONS WITH A GREEN CARBON FOOTROOF PRINT WITH Green roofs are GREEN WALLS similar to green Also known as “living walls,” green walls but offer even more benefits to walls are trending due to their numer- your home. Let a professional install ous health benefits a protective layer and interior funcand some low-lying tionality. Basically, these walls are ver- greenery on a flat tical indoor gardens portion of your roof and reap the recovered with living wards. Green roofs greenery. Green walls filter harmful come with all of the perks that green toxins from the air and produce oxygen. walls offer, and they act as a great They help cool the By Jenna Schuster

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Stillwater Municipal Airport

Park Pl. Tower Park Dr.

Richmond Hill Ct.

Husband Pl. Northgate Dr.

Stonecrest Ave.

Stonecrest Ct.

Lisa Ct. Lori Ct.


Chateau Ct.

Amethyst Ave.

Richmond Rd.

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