In preparation for a massive tree take down, Roger Cook and Kevin O’Connor relocate shade plants to the side yard of the Lexington house.
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Before the trees can be removed at the Lexington house, Roger Cook shows Kevin O’Connor the valuable shade plants that could be damaged in the process, so they’re relocated to a new bed in the side yard to provide screening from the neighboring house.
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