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papa1
Dearborn, MI
(Zone 5b)

September 26, 2011
10:49 AM

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We had one of these trees at the house we previously lived in. It was a beautiful tree and grew well The blossoms were beautiful as were the orange berries. Every fall flocks of robins would attack the tree and devour the berries in a matter of a few days. Fun to watch. Unfortunately we sold the house and the new owners cut the tree down for unknown reasons.

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