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You may have been advised to keep them in pots so they couldn't sucker which can be a pain in the orifice rather than a danger to foundations.
My opinion is that the sumach isn't bit enough at the top, to have big enough roots to damage foiundations.
Weeping willow is any willow with a drooping habit. Have you got Kilmarnock?
The swap season will be coming round again soon.
I'll bump this one up for you but not my area of expertise, sorry
Can you post a photo so we can have a look at the damage?
I think getting plugs to flower in 5 or 6 weeks is over optimistic, maybe the odd one but not a display.
But go and see what the GC has, maybe something a bit bigger than plugs and a bit further forward.
dig them up when they don't please you any more or when you want to plant something else.
I love birches, a bit dry for them here but they survive
They come in male and female on the same tree. the dropped off ones will be the males. females are smaller
They are the flowers, then they seed and the deeds blow away in the wind