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Keith Davey Chinese Pistache Tree Potted -- 12 by 12 Inch Container
Chinese Pistache "Keith Davey" is an improved grafted variety of Chinese Pistache, noted for its more reliable and vibrant fall coloration. The fall leaf color seems to favor the red shades. This shade tree does well in hot summer areas, yet tolerates winters down to USDA zone 6. Tree is low maintenance, usually only needing a little directional pruning, or a pruning to maintain a desired size, nothing of any regularity. The Chinese Pistache makes a good lawn or street tree, with moderate growth to 35 to 40 feet or clip to shape. A clean tree. Shipped as a potted five gallon tree in its original soil and container. Tree ships about four feet tall. Photo used courtesy of Quality Stock Photography.
Shipped as a potted five gallon tree in its original soil and container. Tree ships about four feet tall.
Chinese Pistache "Keith Davey" is an improved grafted variety of Chinese Pistache, noted for its more reliable and vibrant fall coloration.
The fall leaf color seems to favor the red shades. This shade tree does well in hot summer areas, yet tolerates winters down to USDA zone 6.
Tree is low maintenance, usually only needing a little directional pruning, or a prunning to maintain a desired size, nothing of any regularity.
The Chinese Pistache makes a good lawn or street tree, with moderate growth to 35 to 40 feet or clip to shape. A clean tree. Photo used courtesy of Quality Stock Photography.
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Great ShippingApr 12, 2012
I specifically wanted a Kieth Davey since I am leery of trashy trees that leave acorns, berries, or worse sweetgum balls all over my lawn. I'm not anti trashy trees I just want low maintenance based on my lawn care apathy.
The tree arrived in a large box that has been designed to ship trees it has a cardboard circle and plastic bag keeping the soil moist and in contact with the roots. Also it has spacers to keep the trunk centered. Also has instructions to remove immediately and water thoroughly to removed air pockets in the roots.
The tree was tied to the stake very tightly and I quickly cut them but the bark had slight rub damage.
Wish they had real picture of how it comes. It comes "topped" which I this is the right term for all foliage removed and cut down to first branch. But no worries it soon budded and now has plumage.
Have patience with this treeApr 28, 2013
By D. Godfrey
I wish whoever bought this & threw it away as a "stick" would have given it to me! Some plants, shrubs, trees, you name it, need time to shed their ugly duckling status. I ordered a Keith Davey pistache from Amazon last year, and yes, it did look pretty much like a large, thick stick when it arrived but in my experience, this is not uncommon with mail order trees. It is in the best interest of the tree to be shipped dormant and/or pruned back to avoid trauma during transport. My pistache ended up with some interesting fall foliage its first year & withstood several efforts by my dogs to dig it up, so I let it hang around. This spring it was slow to bud out, but that is always true for this type of tree. And yes, I had a moment of wow, it still looks like a big stick! But I did some more research on it and realized that it is a tree that will be especially gawky in its first couple years, but then develops beautifully. It is now a couple weeks later, it has leafed out tremendously & seems very happy in our Georgia sun & clay. The old gardening adage of "first year sleep, second year creep, third year leap" has proven to be true for me so many times. Sometimes it is hard for me to be patient for three years, but with many plants, there is no replacement for time. You can always remove the plant later, but if you can give it three years, you may be richly rewarded. A couple years ago, I also ordered a downy serviceberry tree from the Arbor Day Foundation, and it was truly a short, thin, reedy stick no more than three feet tall. It is now a lovely, happy understory tree about six feet tall and I cannot wait to see what it & the pistache will look like next year as they grow & develop.
0 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Do not purchase!Apr 22, 2013
By Mia B.
Product well packaged and delivered. But, it was a long dry stick in a pot! I was very, very disappointed. What a shame because if it were the real thing, it would have been a beautiful addition to my garden. This was not cheap. I threw the piece of stick and pot in the trash. Spend your money on something else!
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