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Hello
We shifted out to Hamurana in February this year, and found a sewage cover in the middle of our 1/2 acre section. The previous owners made a huge round about type garden which is covered in small plants but does nothing to hide the offending cover. It fact it just draws attention to it.The garden is surrounded by cobble stones.(The cover cannot be moved unfortunately). I want to remove the roundabout garden, but would like a tree or similar to hide the offending cover. Do you have any suggestions? I guess it would have to be shallow rooted. Someone suggested an ornamental pear tree.
Thanks very much.
Sue.

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Hi Sue, An ornamental pear is very fast growing, hence root development is significant as well, so not sure about the suitability, The only one I could think of is something in the maple family (but they are deciduous) It is not easy to recommend something when planting so close to septic tanks, as they risks are pretty high in any root development getting into the septic environment.

Thanks the Palmers Team

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