Destiny Hagest wrote:Bill Mollison left a mark on this world that won't soon be forgotten. His closest friends and family have asked that the world honor him by planting a tree to remember him by. If you share images of your tree for Bill online, please use the hashtag #PlantedForBill.
This is part of a cools story that Glenn is relating, but I just wanted to point out that in my way of thinking: I would never contemplate planting what is to become a large tree close to my house. Not only has it potential to fall wholesale or drop large branches on the house, it also as the potential to tear into foundation material (destabilizing the house), drain tiles, sewage/greywater systems (destabilizing necessary flow patterns).
I transplanted a white oak sapling near the front door location
Marco Banks wrote:Because you love your grandchildren . . . even if you are in your 20's and haven't found your life partner yet.
The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The next best time is today. A tree is a legacy.
Vitex, often referred to as the Texas Lilac. Also known as the Chaste Tree
I miss the old days when I would think up a sinister scheme for world domination and you would show a little emotional support. So just look at this tiny ad:
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