Amazing Tree In MidAtlantic Part two

Huge oak

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Brukerlin Bontinca graden in New York City

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Greenhouse

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Pine branch

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Janpnese Maple

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Magernolia

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Branch construction

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Funny pine bark

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Red pine bark

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Both of them

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Central park in New York City

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5 Avenue

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Cork Bark Willow ? in Hudson valley

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Huge tree

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2 Responses to Amazing Tree In MidAtlantic Part two

  1. Bill Swain says:

    Hello Min, in the last 2 photos the tree is a sycamore, they get very tall, I saw one near my home in Massachusetts USA that was about 150 feet tall, unfortunately they were cutting it down, the new owners didn’t want the tree in thier yard anymore, too bad you can’t move a tree that big without a very major event.

    See you in June at a club work shop.

    Thanks
    Bill

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