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Letter: Ground cover
Billy Joe Fudge writes:
There are varying factors that affect when and why particular hardwood species and particular trees within a species drop their leaves. Generally, speaking oaks drop their leaves later than most others. That being said, most of the leaves in your picture are oaks. Red oaks have pointed tips on their lobes or serrated edges while White oaks have rounded tipped lobes or serrated edges.Comments re: Ground cover
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