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PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2006 11:03 am 
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There is an absolutely beautiful tree in front of a chiropratic office (previously an older home) very near the corner of Sycamore School Rd and highway 35. The Dr. that leases this office doesn't know what kind of tree it is but like to know as well as me. He has some seeds but doesn't know if it will grow from seeds. He said the property owners are talking about expanding the parking lot which would mean destroying this tree. It has to be 20' tall or more. I would really hate to see it destroyed.

#1 - Can anyone identify the type of tree this is - specifically?
#2 - Can we save it?


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2006 3:33 pm 
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Can you send us a digital picture?
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Yes. I will try to get one tomorrow or maybe this weekend.


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Fill the frame of the camera with the entire tree, getting as close as you can. If there are are any leaves still on the tree (ground) get a close up of them and the bark in case we need it. I'm positive we will get you an answer.
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I will do that. Thank you. It is an evergreen. The Dr. said it was some kind of pine but I haven't gotten close enough to be able to tell that. I will this weekend though.


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