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Friday, October 05, 2018


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I love the shape of old crabapples. This one seems to have had very little in the way of vertical ambitions! Hope they can put those handsome copper balls to use somewhere when the crab remains go on gourd duty.


Love this and wish I could see it and the Gleam show in person. Looking forward to seeing what Erin does with this next year!

Lisa at Greenbow

That crabapple must have been huge. The trunk and its decorations are nice. I can sure see long loofah gourds hanging from that tree. Or those long beans that people plant now days.

Linda Brazill

I am impressed that the staff thinks like this and doesn't just cut something down, but see how it can have new life. It will be very interesting to see what it looks like next summer.

Kris P

That's a wonderful use of a tree in decline. It's enjoying a wonderful after-life.

Loree / danger garden

This I love!

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