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Seattle, WA

November 16, 2009
11:59 PM

Post #7280587

Thank you for writing this article. I found it very informative, and I realized after reading it that I have been under-valuing pines for years. Your article gave me a new appreciation for the species, and a new tree to get excited about. I really appreciate your list of references too. Cheers.
Colorado Springs, CO
(Zone 6a)

November 17, 2009
12:18 AM

Post #7280650

Thanks for reading lazepherine (great handle!)! I'm glad it was helpful for I researched while writing it, I also found a new appreciation for pines. Who knew they were so variable and wide-spread?


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