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delbertyoung56m
Medina, NY

April 25, 2011
2:51 PM

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Try Castor Aralia trees (Kalopanax), very tropical in appearance with lovely large Sweet Gum like leave and stout thorns on the trunk. I have three of them.

Delbert Young

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