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We planted a young liquid amber (not sure of the variety) in our back garden around September last year when it was in full autumn colour and we love it. However, after seeing some comments on other websites and on here we're debating taking it out.
We've planted it along our fence line which backs onto our neighbours wall and the last thing we want to do is cause damage to their property. We've got other trees along the same bed and they've not damaged anything so we were hoping the same could be said for the liquid amber. Are the roots really that invasive? And is there a way of containing/restricting them?
It seems happy enough although as gardening novices we were also wondering when the leaves would start to appear and when it will flower (it has shoots on it at the minute so we assume it will be some time in May).
Any help would be great.
I did like the comments about the nectar from liquid amber trees producing honey. I am a beek but have never collected from these trees. I'm now in an area where there are about 60 very mature liquid amber trees along a road. Do they produce a heavy flow? What color is the honey? Will I need many spare frames? I'd really like to know what to expect so any info would be appreciated. Just a quick note, I have used the pods in my smoker and they work really well so this may be another use for them.
We have a mature liquid amber growing in clay that gets waterlogged (water above grass level!) part of the year. I love it. Every year I can't wait to see it change, and never fail to think kindly on the people who planted it 20+ years ago!
We have had a liquid amber tree in our garden for about 8 years, beautiful tree...sadly all the leaves have turned brown and curled, is this to do with the hot weather or because in the bad rain and windy weather we had in the winter the tree roots were lifted slightly and we straightened it with ties even though it came out in leaf as normal this year, is the the tree dying?