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Re: Paulownia

Are there many tung oil trees there now?  When I was a child  
in the Florida panhandle (we're talking dark ages now), a 
prominent citizen of the town who was also a wealthy banker
planted the streets of the town with tung oil trees.  He said it
would eventually provide a source of income and wealth for
the town.  I haven't been in that town for more than 50 years,
but I somehow suspect that his philanthropic gesture has not
paid off.  

In a message dated 05/16/2006 8:23:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
andreah@hargray.com writes:
Interesting huh Auralie? I was out walking this evening and thought I saw 
another one close to my house but upon inspection I realized it was a tung 
oil tree. So, Beaufort still only has one Paulownia that I know of.

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