They drop from the oaks like fruit that is ready to be eaten!
In Hancock County, Ill., oaks have been succeeded by hickories.
This is specially true of cedars and oaks, as well as of elms and maples.
It is an evil season when such acorns grow upon English oaks.'
Come with me to the hammock under the oaks in the yard and I will tell it.
The Oaks, because of their large tap-roots, can be transplanted only when small.
"Oaks and chestnut-trees," responded Mr. Kennyfeck, gravely.
She had asked Pa Tapkins once why the oaks were so very little.
The oaks outside, like the elms at the back of the house, were moving in the blast.
Only be forever sure that wherever he is, at Three Oaks or elsewhere, he loves you, loves you!