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Live Oak – Growing in North Georgia

Q: My husband heard your caller from Athens about trying to grow a live oak there. You said it would probably not live. We have one in Braselton that is now 13+ years old and doing very well. It’s had some leaf frost damage a couple of times with temps in the teens, but it […]
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