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    mine is either oak or maple type trees I am growing some oaks and horse chesnut his year that I collected
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    Elm or Cherry.
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    I like trees, I have been known to announce "thats a nice tree" randomly when driving past

    Birch is probably my fav group, but planted some cherry trees last year when we moved in and about this time of year the cherry blossoms are out. Who doesn't like cherry blossom??!!?!?
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    Willows are lovely.

    I also think they look very sad.

    You could almost imagine them saying, "Oh .. we wish

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    would give Maid Marian another hug" as they move their branches weepily in the wind.
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    argh i forgot about willows! and then there is ash! got a few of those in the garden. theres too many types!

    its impossible to have a favorite tree. im calling it.
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    Linden. My grandparents have an old one in their garden at the countryside, and I used to climb it when I was little. I loved reading and smelling the wonderful fragrance of its flowers in the summer. Linden tea is also divine.
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    Birch trees because of their juice that comes from which tastes nice
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    Cherry Blossom, Whitebeam, Magnolia grandiflora, Ailanthus, Tilia x europaea
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    Yew, I chopped down so many on Runescape...
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    I want to see a baobab irl

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    Palm tree, I flipped when I saw one for the first time as a kid
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    Eichbaum oder Linden
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    Gotta be ginkgo.. Such a beautiful tree.. MMMMmmm
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    Bonsai - especially a well maintained one
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    Horse chestnuts every time, their leaves are just beautiful.
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    (Original post by Maid Marian)
    Willows are lovely.

    I also think they look very sad.

    You could almost imagine them saying, "Oh .. we wish



    would give Maid Marian another hug" as they move their branches weepily in the wind.

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    Cherry blossom tree.
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    I used to grow all sorts of trees when I was a kid, and I would plant them on local farms and shoots. My interest started when I was about 4 or 5, and I think I started growing them when I was about 7 or 8.

    Over the years I've grown all sorts. Both native species of oak (there are two - English and sessile oak), beech, ash, rowan, whitebeam, wild cherry, silver birch, downy birch, horse chestnut, hornbeam, Scots pine, European and Japanese larch, hawthorn, blackthorn, crab apple, wych elm, English elm, common alder, goat willow, grey willow, crack willow, elder, hazel, holly, field maple, sycamore. There may be others I can't remember off the top of my head.

    Don't really have a favourite though.
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    I like the Tory tree because foliage.
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    (Original post by Friar Chris)
    Oh:sad:

    That's not even a willow tree though, stoopid.
 
 
 
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