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Re: just useless data

In a message dated 01/19/2001 7:44:25 PM Central Standard Time, 
bobaxe@sbtek.net writes:

<< They are quercis macrocarpa(just love that name) or burr oaks.
 Bob    >>

I like Bur Oaks very much-thick corky bark and large-round lobed leaves. i 
have one that is as straight as a telephone pole and another that is as 
croaked as a sleeping snake. (so to speak)

I have red oaks that have bloomed after 15-18 years.

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