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Old 26-04-2004, 05:11 AM
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I live in northeastern Oklahoma and would like a recomendation for a fast
growing shade tree.



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Old 26-04-2004, 06:10 AM
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I live in northeastern Oklahoma and would like a recomendation for a fast
growing shade tree.


I used to live in Tulsa. When I was there I planted a Lacebark Elm (AKA
Chinese Elm). I planted it as a small 5 gal tree. In 5 years it was at
least 20 ft tall and 15 ft wide. When fully mature they can get to be
around 40 ft tall and they make an excellent shade tree. Paul James (host
of DIY network's Gardening by the Yard and master gardener) also lives in
Tulsa. He highly recommends the Lacebark Elm also. You can find them at
Lowe's for about $20.

http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_trees_sh...372061,00.html


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Old 27-04-2004, 05:06 AM
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I should have guessed you were from Tulsa just because of your name.

BTW, how big a boy are you?

"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
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"Mark" wrote in message
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I live in northeastern Oklahoma and would like a recomendation for a

fast
growing shade tree.


I used to live in Tulsa. When I was there I planted a Lacebark Elm (AKA
Chinese Elm). I planted it as a small 5 gal tree. In 5 years it was at
least 20 ft tall and 15 ft wide. When fully mature they can get to be
around 40 ft tall and they make an excellent shade tree. Paul James (host
of DIY network's Gardening by the Yard and master gardener) also lives in
Tulsa. He highly recommends the Lacebark Elm also. You can find them at
Lowe's for about $20.


http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_trees_sh...372061,00.html




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Old 27-04-2004, 06:05 AM
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I'm big enough to whoop yer ass and be home in time to watch Oprah. I'll be
on you like a rat on a cheeto.

Long live Roy. I sure do miss him now that I'm not in Tulsa anymore.

"Mark" wrote in message news:[email protected]
I should have guessed you were from Tulsa just because of your name.

BTW, how big a boy are you?

"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
...
"Mark" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
I live in northeastern Oklahoma and would like a recomendation for a

fast
growing shade tree.


I used to live in Tulsa. When I was there I planted a Lacebark Elm (AKA
Chinese Elm). I planted it as a small 5 gal tree. In 5 years it was at
least 20 ft tall and 15 ft wide. When fully mature they can get to be
around 40 ft tall and they make an excellent shade tree. Paul James

(host
of DIY network's Gardening by the Yard and master gardener) also lives

in
Tulsa. He highly recommends the Lacebark Elm also. You can find them

at
Lowe's for about $20.



http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_trees_sh...372061,00.html






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Old 29-04-2004, 05:08 AM
Mark
 
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I already got me some pop-knots on my head, and I'm fixin' to come down on
you with a 55 gallon drum o' whoop ass.


"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
...
I'm big enough to whoop yer ass and be home in time to watch Oprah. I'll

be
on you like a rat on a cheeto.

Long live Roy. I sure do miss him now that I'm not in Tulsa anymore.

"Mark" wrote in message

news:[email protected]
I should have guessed you were from Tulsa just because of your name.

BTW, how big a boy are you?

"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
...
"Mark" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
I live in northeastern Oklahoma and would like a recomendation for a

fast
growing shade tree.

I used to live in Tulsa. When I was there I planted a Lacebark Elm

(AKA
Chinese Elm). I planted it as a small 5 gal tree. In 5 years it was

at
least 20 ft tall and 15 ft wide. When fully mature they can get to be
around 40 ft tall and they make an excellent shade tree. Paul James

(host
of DIY network's Gardening by the Yard and master gardener) also lives

in
Tulsa. He highly recommends the Lacebark Elm also. You can find them

at
Lowe's for about $20.




http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_trees_sh...372061,00.html










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Old 30-04-2004, 12:08 AM
RoyDMercer
 
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I'll give you a pop-knot that will need its own zip code.

"Mark" wrote in message
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I already got me some pop-knots on my head, and I'm fixin' to come down on
you with a 55 gallon drum o' whoop ass.


"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
...
I'm big enough to whoop yer ass and be home in time to watch Oprah.

I'll
be
on you like a rat on a cheeto.

Long live Roy. I sure do miss him now that I'm not in Tulsa anymore.

"Mark" wrote in message

news:[email protected]
I should have guessed you were from Tulsa just because of your name.

BTW, how big a boy are you?

"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
...
"Mark" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
I live in northeastern Oklahoma and would like a recomendation for

a
fast
growing shade tree.

I used to live in Tulsa. When I was there I planted a Lacebark Elm

(AKA
Chinese Elm). I planted it as a small 5 gal tree. In 5 years it

was
at
least 20 ft tall and 15 ft wide. When fully mature they can get to

be
around 40 ft tall and they make an excellent shade tree. Paul James

(host
of DIY network's Gardening by the Yard and master gardener) also

lives
in
Tulsa. He highly recommends the Lacebark Elm also. You can find

them
at
Lowe's for about $20.





http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_trees_sh...372061,00.html










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Old 30-04-2004, 06:04 AM
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I'll be all over you like a hobo on a bologna sandwich.


"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
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I'll give you a pop-knot that will need its own zip code.

"Mark" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
I already got me some pop-knots on my head, and I'm fixin' to come down

on
you with a 55 gallon drum o' whoop ass.


"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
...
I'm big enough to whoop yer ass and be home in time to watch Oprah.

I'll
be
on you like a rat on a cheeto.

Long live Roy. I sure do miss him now that I'm not in Tulsa anymore.

"Mark" wrote in message

news:[email protected]
I should have guessed you were from Tulsa just because of your name.

BTW, how big a boy are you?

"RoyDMercer" wrote in message
...
"Mark" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
I live in northeastern Oklahoma and would like a recomendation

for
a
fast
growing shade tree.

I used to live in Tulsa. When I was there I planted a Lacebark

Elm
(AKA
Chinese Elm). I planted it as a small 5 gal tree. In 5 years it

was
at
least 20 ft tall and 15 ft wide. When fully mature they can get

to
be
around 40 ft tall and they make an excellent shade tree. Paul

James
(host
of DIY network's Gardening by the Yard and master gardener) also

lives
in
Tulsa. He highly recommends the Lacebark Elm also. You can find

them
at
Lowe's for about $20.






http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_trees_sh...372061,00.html












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Old 30-04-2004, 08:02 AM
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RoyDMercer wrote:


I'm big enough to whoop yer ass and be home in time to watch Oprah.
I'll be on you like a rat on a cheeto.

Long live Roy. I sure do miss him now that I'm not in Tulsa anymore.


A bit of Roy has been immortalized at:

http://redstavern.wirs.com/sounds.htm

I stumbled on it when I was trying to figg'r what you ol' boys was jaw'n
'bout.
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Old 01-05-2004, 01:02 AM
RoyDMercer
 
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"Ermalina" wrote in message
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RoyDMercer wrote:


I'm big enough to whoop yer ass and be home in time to watch Oprah.
I'll be on you like a rat on a cheeto.

Long live Roy. I sure do miss him now that I'm not in Tulsa anymore.


A bit of Roy has been immortalized at:

http://redstavern.wirs.com/sounds.htm

I stumbled on it when I was trying to figg'r what you ol' boys was jaw'n
'bout.


Or you can just go to the official web site at: http://www.roydmercer.com


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Old 01-05-2004, 01:02 AM
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RoyDMercer wrote:

"Ermalina" wrote in message
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RoyDMercer wrote:


I'm big enough to whoop yer ass and be home in time to watch Oprah.
I'll be on you like a rat on a cheeto.

Long live Roy. I sure do miss him now that I'm not in Tulsa anymore.


A bit of Roy has been immortalized at:

http://redstavern.wirs.com/sounds.htm

I stumbled on it when I was trying to figg'r what you ol' boys was jaw'n
'bout.


Or you can just go to the official web site at: http://www.roydmercer.com


Hilarious!!


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