Look to Willow Trees for Early Leafing, Grace, and Flexibility.

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What is more graceful than a willow tree? A tree of long flexible branches that swirl around the center, swoop to the ground and up again. I have loved willows since childhood. My maternal grandparents had a lovely old weeping willow in their front yard, and it provided years of pleasure for us children. How pleasant to have a tree that invited us to play, its branches wandering…

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I've got my fingers in way too many pots. Cook, writer, poet, reader, musician, therapist, dreamer, a transplant from New Jersey suburbs to a farm in Maine.

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Jean Anne Feldeisen

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I've got my fingers in way too many pots. Cook, writer, poet, reader, musician, therapist, dreamer, a transplant from New Jersey suburbs to a farm in Maine.

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