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    Spiders and webs in all my bushes! Help!

    My bushes have been taken over by spiders. I have four bushes in the front that are covered in webs. Just noticed that they are starting to take over my leland cypress trees in the back now. How do I get rid of them without hurting my bushes and cypress trees?

    Any advice is greatly appreciated!
    E's Mommy
    Mom to Ethen6/2/02
    m/c 10/04, 10/08, 12/08, 3/09

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    I have noticed this around here too. I would just knock the webs down with a broom! I don't think you can keep the spiders out of the bushes.
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