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    NINETY percent certain that this is a Turkey Oak....

    NINETY percent certain that this is a Turkey Oak. <3
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    turning landfills into forests?

    sounds like an awesome idea!
    http://www.earthporm.com/plantable-coffee-cups-trees/
  3. wwwwwwwow...that is massive.♡♡♡

    wwwwwwwow...that is massive.♡♡♡
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    I'll post some when I can, my computer died and I...

    I'll post some when I can, my computer died and I have to do a lot of file rescuing from the hard drive. There's a huge oak in the park I live near. Over 4 feet wide.
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    Yeah, I just checked...the link is still gone....

    Yeah, I just checked...the link is still gone. Which was never a problem for me because I always typed in the url for the forums manually. Maybe the webmasters just got tired of the upkeep and...
  6. Thread: The Angel Oak

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    Yeah, kind of a broad range of growth rates too...

    Yeah, kind of a broad range of growth rates too for those trees. I called it a spaghetti tree because I looked at picture #3 and all I could think of was noodles. :p
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    *sits in awe of the splender*

    *sits in awe of the splender*<3 <3 <3
  8. Thread: The Angel Oak

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    What an absolutely gorgeous spaghetti tree!

    What an absolutely gorgeous spaghetti tree! <3
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    Me too! I think maybe other people were having...

    Me too! I think maybe other people were having the same problems that I was and just couldn't access the site. I hope like he'll that it isn't dead, this was one of the few sites on the Internet that...
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    Please don't be dead...I loved this place...

    Please don't be dead...I loved this place...
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    Anyone here? Or did the site die in the 2 and a...

    Anyone here? Or did the site die in the 2 and a half years I was gone?
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    Some type of Apple...

    Well, it's been 2 and a half years since I've been on this site because for some reason my laptop stopped letting me access it, no matter what browser I used. (Kept giving me some sort of error that...
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    I managed to trace his link back to the original...

    I managed to trace his link back to the original forum pics, though I doubt he cares very much anymore after all this time.
    Here's the link anyway.
    h t t p :...
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    Definitely looks like a redbud to me.

    Definitely looks like a redbud to me.
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    Re: RE: What is the name of this tree please

    Pollarding it is then! ^///^
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    Re: RE: What is the name of this tree please

    I just read it in another topic in General "Tree life Expectancy" I believe it was.

    So...Coppicing or Pollarding. Although Topping seems to be closer because it brings to mind just cropping the...
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    Re: RE: What is the name of this tree please

    Do you happen to remember what that action is called? I've been thinking about it for MONTHS and I just can't remember remember the term...only that I HATE people that do that!
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    Ironically helping YOU out helped ME identify it as well :D There is a house somewhere in my hometown that has one of these planted in their yard. I have only seen it once in 3 years and since then...
  19. RE: Strange tree in Camarillo, California that smells like cloves

    I know it's a Magnolia, but not sure on the exact type. Possibly a Magnolia soulangeana (Saucer Magnolia)
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/01/Magnolia_soulangeana_fruit.jpg
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    Re: RE: I want to pot this plant....

    So that it has already gone dormant? Less risk of damaging the tree if it's already gone into lockdown for the winter?
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    Re: RE: I want to pot this plant....

    Well, here in CT summer is just starting to end, and with all the rain we've been getting the temperatures aren't going to be higher than mid 70's for the rest of this week.
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    RE: I want to pot this plant....

    So, any tips on how to go about digging it up and transferring it? Although it's not my preferred tree, I still don't want to kill it. Although with the Hurricane coming, it might not make it...
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    Re: RE: I want to pot this plant....

    Damn...oh well. I can consider this practice for when the Silktree down the street goes to seed. :p
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    Re: RE: I want to pot this plant....

    Flat, but curved like a banana. Very thin.
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    Re: RE: I want to pot this plant....

    If you want me looking for long green pods, then it's definitely NOT a honey locust. The trees around here grow short black/brown pods roughly 3-4 inches long. Usually only containing between 8-10...
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