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Re: Restraint- Ceres?

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.  I have needle-pointed a pillow 
of them.  This is just about my favorite forest tree, but it is 
not a specimen for a small garden.  

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