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Suggestions for what exactly?
They're big, get nasty black spots on them and seed everywhere.
And are greedy feeders with very wide spreading roots. Wood burns nicely though.
Turns nicely - makes lovely bowls
Do you think we've answered the question yet?
We don't even "know what it is yet "
Answering a question that hasn't been asked is a very useful skill.
May burn well, but give out no heat. Nasty trees for so many reasons!
o.k. now I give up!!! I too stupid for understanding?
Bake in a hot oven for 40 minutes turning frequently.
The leaves do not rot down into useful leaf mould easily either.
Aren't these are the 'wrong sort of leaves' that used to cause British Rail so much trouble?
I fail to understand why- once again- someone opens a discussion with few details and doesn't return to see what the responses have been?
Come on Robert5 -what is it you want to know?-we promise not to bite
elf'n'appiness, we seem to be managing quite well without a question or any details!
I' ll try waving
Just had our HUGE one chopped down. A piece fell off and I could have been under it!.
They might be the only trees left before long