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Discussion in 'Fertilizers, Pesticides and Diseases' started by Guest, Oct 4, 2009.
Would agree... Not a good street tree. Probably a good reason why it dont look good
I would agree to.
looks like a shingle oak to me
I have a tree in my front yard that was installed two years ago when I built my house. Unfortunately I was not left with any information on what was planted in my yard including the tree, and have no idea what it is. I have had some people who claim to know a lot about trees, and nobody has been able to tell me what this thing is.
My main reason for wanting to know is that I have been babying this tree for the last two years, and it constantly looks awful. I'm hoping that after finding out what it is, and with some research, (and help from everyone on this board ) I can get this thing healthy.
Below are links to some pictures of the tree.
Thanks for any and all help!