I live in the Dallas suburbs and nobody seems to know what my tree is.
I don't plan on hacking it down or anything, but I figured some of you
woodworkers might know what they look like with the bark still on :)
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If you ever prune off a limb large enough to get a 1"x3"x6" sample out of,
the US Forest Service will identify it for you--they'll do up to 5 a year
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Though its natural range doesn't fit your geographic area I'm making a
first guess at:
What do the mature leaves measure in length and width?
Does the tree produce any fruit or seed?
Does the tree flower - (if so, describe the flower color and size)?
Owen Lowe and his Fly-by-Night Copper Company
Offering a shim for the Porter-Cable 557 type 2 fence design.
No fruit, seed, or flower that I can tell. In the spring (late april)
it produces piles of amber-colored stringy stuff about 6 inches long
that gets all over everything.
The leaves are about 6-8 inches long fully grown.
Thanks for the help,
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