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|Posted by Patricia , May 14,2005,14:36||Forum|
On the boundary of our garden there is an oak tree, which is beautiful but a problem. As soon as the leaves open in Spring they start shedding. It also drops small,dark brown bits. What can we do to prevent this happening? Our pathway and lawn is permanently covered and it looks unsightly.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
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