Tree Identification

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Re : Tree Identification

Post by rosemary » Fri Nov 21, 2008 12:03 am

Jane - PA has some amazing trees. We have a beautiful park near me that has all the trees marked with their 'official' names. A Boy Scout troup came in and researched each tree and then had a plaque made for each tree, identifying them.

I have two of the only trees on our entire block. Raking the leaves up each year is a bit of work, but the beauty of my 100 foot Maples is worth all the work.

My family bought a tree is Elliott's memory and had it planted in Rothrock State Park (in PA). I loved that they did that for my E. I love trees too...and I am sure that you gals will have fun researching!

Tree Identification

Post by jsu_work » Thu Oct 16, 2008 11:45 am

Since Caryn is new and expressed interest in trees around the area, I checked out a few library books on tree identification. Would anyone else like to join to find out more about tree books?

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