Can anyone tell me what kind of tree this is? They grow in Oklahoma.
It has large leaves and white flowers in the spring or early summer. It's not a magnolia.
Is it a Catalpa? My computer is acting up, so I'm not getting a clear image. The photo is sideways, so I have a crick in my neck! But catalpa would have large white flowers which leave quite a litter on the ground. The leaves would be heart-like.
by RealityTalk 5 years ago
Is the shooting of the Australian man in Oklahoma a race issue, a gun issue, both or neitherI'm curious as to what you think. I'm also curious as to some information about you. Please if you would not be shy or sensitive or politically correct or defensive. I will start: My family...
by TheHoleStory 4 years ago
Can anyone tell me what is the actual function of this item?This item really does have a special function, and no it's not some sort of monument from Easter Island. I added the eyes with a sharpie and the yellow crown, however everything else here is apart of it's original state. After everyone...
by JR Krishna 4 years ago
Can anyone tell me the name of this plant?
by AGBarteck 7 years ago
Can anyone tell me if cattail plants are toxic to dogs?I am asking because I'm getting really good at making cattail cordage and want to know if I can make toys and mats out of it. I can't find cattail on any of the lists that I have looked at on the internet. Thank you
by Eileen 6 years ago
hmmm... Does anyone know? I was channel surfing and I saw a dog show and it was in the terrier group. But, I tuned in a little late so I didn't get the name of the terrier. Oh, and an interesting fact was that Alfred Hitchcock had one. I'm searching on the internet but I can't seem to find...
by christen whalen 6 years ago
Does anyone know what kind of bug this is? it looks like a spider and a centipede had a baby..and it's right outside my front door.
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