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A couple days ago, my neighbor told me that the tree which I thought we shared was really on my property and that it was a "trash tree" (a Mulberry tree). He suggested I cut it down. Here's my weighing of the issue:
1. My nieghbor said the roots will / do interfere with hss sewer lines and he'll have to put poison down into the ground to prevent that. That seems bad.
2. I could plant a non-'trash tree" that might increase property value. Of course, I'd use native trees.
Or not to cut:
1. I don't want to cut down trees--I think they're all valuable and there's no such thing as a "trash tree."
2. Even if I do plant another in its place, it'll take forever to grow, leaving my yard shadeless.
Do you have some advice?