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Re: Restraint- Ceres?

Mine is struggling after having been used by a deer to clean the  
velvet off its antlers, but it is hanging in....

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Jun 1, 2005, at 8:40 AM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 5/31/05 10:00:09 PM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:
> << The liriodendron "tulip tree" is a beautiful tree.  The trunks are
> the straightest in the forest - they grow tall and very straight, and
> high-branched.  I don't know how fast they grow, but know they
> become the tallest, most striking trees in the forest around here.
> The flowers are   pretty, but not easily seen, because they are
> usually so high up in the trees.  >>
> Auralie, a perfect description however mine is not high-branched  
> yet  but
> perfect form and I love the shape of the leaf.  I always miss the  
> bloom.  Mine
> was a replacement to one of the trees that we lost in the tornado  
> of 98' and
> after seeing the long row of mature ones planted at McCormick  
> estate in Chicago
> (now called something else which I can't recall).  It does get very  
> tall but I
> allowed for that.
>     Ceres
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