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Friday - December 02, 2011

From: Yorktown, TX
Region: Southwest
Topic: Plant Identification, Trees
Title: Sending a picture of an oak from Yorktown TX
Answered by: Barbara Medford

QUESTION:

How I can I send a pic of my oak in Yorktown near Cuero?

ANSWER:

We are sorry, we do not have the computer infrastructure to accept pictures for analysis by the Mr. Smarty Plants Team. See our Plant Identification page for websites where pictures may be accepted. 

 

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