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New Tree
Topic Started: May 9 2009, 09:17 PM (372 Views)
Shadows
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My daughter brought me a new tree for Mothers day. It is a Pendulus Ceder. I am going to cut down a crab apple and dug it out ( I am the worlds slowest digger) and put my new tree there. daydreamin Like I need another tree. Shadows
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Natureschild
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Happy Mother's Day to you! From the name, this tree sounds like a weeping type? Should be very pretty.
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I took a pix of the tree and several other things. Well I went to put my card in the printer stuck it in the wrong slot. It fell all the way in and flopped sideways. Only way to get it out will be to take the printer all apart. I am so dumb sometimes. grrrrrrrrrrrrrr Shadows
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April
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I just Googled the tree, they are very pretty.
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I made mistake. After reading the tag with my glasses on. It is a Weeping White Pine. Has long blusih green needles. Shadows
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Natureschild
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Oooo, that should be very attractive. I like white pines with their long soft needles.
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Still a beautiful tree. :)
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I searched for the picture of the, Pendulus Ceder that your daughter brought you and I say that it is one great and beautiful tree. I wonder where she bought it.

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