catalpa tree question

Mike the Tree Doctor mlamana at bestweb.net
Tue Oct 19 20:28:46 EST 1999


Steve: Is it possible that it's C. speciosa? Not sure of the 'native' range.

Mike the Tree Doctor
www.treedoctors.com


Steve Hinkson <sphinkson at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
news:380AD03F.5AE1D399 at worldnet.att.net...
> Kim:
>
> Yes, having a Catalpa in your area is rare. While it's a fairly common
southern
> flowering tree, it isn't supposed to live that far north.  It's seedlings
may
> be especially cold tolerant as well, and you and your friend  may have the
> beginnings of your own internet business !
> *grin*
> As to the seedlings loosing their leaves in late October ... deciduous
trees
> loose their leaves in the fall, Kim.
> *wink*
> Steve
>
> Drop by and see me at :
>  http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Spa/6811
>
>





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