Point, MS Live Oaks
13, 2007 06:29 PST
The two newest members of our Live Oak listings are the new #10-
Thomas Family Timbers Oak, located in Moss Point, Ms. CBH-25',
Spread-135' and Height 66'.
The new #13,
The Jack Wade Oak also in Moss
Point, CBH-24'2", Spread-111' and Height 75'. The Thomas
Oak is the largest Oak in the city.
13, 2007 12:55 PST
You're spoiling us. I've come to expect at
least a 24+ foot girth live oak on each of your reports. I start
to feel let down, if you report on a mere 20-footer. As you rack
up the numbers and report on these wonderful trees, I try to
visualize the deep South in spring, with its profusion of
blossoms. Then I look out the window and see nothing but white.
What is blooming now down your way? What are
the showiest blossoms to your taste? Give us a taste of real
spring while we wait for the next storm system. Springs in Yankee
Back to Larry
13, 2007 14:05 PST
It has been in the high 70's the last week or so. Looks like all
trees here are budding. I like Tulip and Magnolia best,
Bigleaf Magnolia. 10" Dia., flower and 20-30" leaves,
quite a beautiful
flower! I'll send you a photo when they bloom. The Azaleas are
to bloom, spring has sprung down here. I've got to get to Mobile
have the largest Azaleas around, and I haven't measured any Live
from there. They are huge in Mobile and I'm sure we will get a
better there. I'll send you guys some warmer weather.