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AJStrees

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  • Birthday 03/01/1979

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  1. Yes I would guess pussy willow.
  2. Sopping wet all day at 35 here. But praise the lord the pressure is dropping fast, storms a comin!!!!!
  3. Have had a lot of lammas growth on the young oaks around where I work. Haven't noticed too much of it before this year, don't know if it is related to last years long heat wave period. Have had a number of other things such as tulip trees flowering more so this year than previous and sweet chestnuts flowering like there's no tomorrow!! whats it all about?
  4. Great book! Will read it, thanks David.
  5. Could be the hybrid with those pointed leaves
  6. looks like the species. Does it have a smell to it?
  7. If you don't mind me asking, what price is a crane job like that going to cost the customer who wants the tree removed?
  8. Nice look like some old estate trees judging by the old iron fencing in the back ground. Great find!

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