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La Fritz marks first anniversary at Tap Roots
Annie La Fritz has owned Tap Roots Coffee Shop for a year, and says she is more into making the operation a success now than ever. “It's a lifestyle,” she said. prev.
How To Attract What You Really Want
I bring good juju to the table. Most of the time. Like anybody, now and then, I flounder, trying to find that energy.
Ask the Master Gardener: The hidden world of roots
Taproots consist of one or more main roots with smaller side roots. Taproots grow straight down, rather than spreading along the surface. Some tree roots reach down 30 feet or more.
Blustery storm wreaks havoc across SLO County
“That ground gets saturated and those trees are big, they don't have taproots,” she said. “If you look at the root balls on them, their roots aren't that big.
Maples give the early signs of spring
Trees with tap roots don't transplant easily. Many trees that are standouts in the forests aren't available for transplanting. Sassafrass, beech, black gum and hackberry are a few trees that come to mind.

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