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Her garden, with her childhood home in the middle of it, is a place of native azaleas and beech trees, of snowdrops and water oaks.
The crop of acorns from the live oaks that grew on the narrow cheniers veining the coastal marsh, and the water oaks and southern red oaks upland farther inland, were gone.
The water oak has been known to grow as high as 80 feet and can have a canopy spread of up to 80 feet wide.
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