How to stop lawn flamingoes,mary’s oak, from eating your tree
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In April of last year, a man called “Mariano” decided to get rid of his old lawn flamingo trees.
He was able to do it thanks to his son, who was able see the mistake, and he was able call his neighbors.
“We had a neighbor who didn’t have a backyard so we had to cut down all the branches of the tree,” says Mariano.
“They’re all gone now.”
That’s because the fire retardant used in the trees had expired.
“It was very costly,” he says.
“I had to pay a lot of money to replace the trees and to get the trees removed from the property.”
It cost him around $5,000 to get everything down.
The cost is so expensive that it’s been covered by insurance.
In fact, it’s the same company that covers all of Mariano’s insurance coverage, but they’ve been unable to get insurance to cover it because of the cost of the trees.
“Marlon and his family have to pay $6,000 for insurance coverage on the tree removal.
We don’t have that kind of money.
I can’t imagine if we could get insurance for the fire that’s destroying our trees.”
The fire has been raging for months, but has been put out this year with the help of an army of volunteers who are making their own tree pruning equipment.
The tree is also being destroyed by the fire department and local homeowners, but Mariano says that the department isn’t taking any chances.
“The department is looking at us as an extension of the firefighting apparatus,” he explains.
He adds, “I don’t know if we’re really going to be able to make it through this.” “
So we’re looking at that firefighting equipment, that we’re going to have to buy a new one.”
He adds, “I don’t know if we’re really going to be able to make it through this.”
He’s still waiting for the trees to be removed and he’s also planning to take pictures and videos to document the destruction of the flamingos.
“If the tree is still there, I think we will get the credit.
It’s not like the tree has been in a fire forever,” he smiles.
But he still hopes that someone will recognize the tree that’s being destroyed and take a photo and record it for him.
“When I’m done, I want to have a picture of it,” he hopes.
He also hopes that people will remember that it was his son who got it in the first place.
“He’s going to want a picture, but he’s not going to take one for himself.”
In April of last year, a man called “Mariano” decided to get rid of his old lawn flamingo trees.He was…