Correct B'Bull, Some people call them Tulip Poplars, I dont know anyone that calls them cottonwoods, jim454 did, I think he means Tulip Poplar? - must be area specific, the further south you go the more people call them cottonwoods? these Tulips were located in North Virginia, right next to DC. There's thousands of them around that area, big too. These ones were about 140ft, we were deadwooding them. And fwiw it is me.
See, computer geeks speak (or rather type) computer code. Forward slash means "end".
MB can't stand Grover's smart @ss, so he has to show his disdain for him by posting in this thread, while simutaneously calling for this thread to end.
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Ulmus americana? Not sure...............
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Correct B'Bull. Those trees were all that was left of a woodland which was felled for those houses.....they started to show signs of dieback soon after the houses were built. All removed. No trees now.