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Weeping willows are pretty but way too big and messy. Most other willows I find ugly. When I met Salix integra 'Hakuro-nishiki' I fell in love.



When the sapsucker got a headache from banging her head against trees and listening to her babies' squawking nonstop from sunrise to sunset, she visits my asprin tree.



When the chipmunk gets a headache from having to be cute and entertain us all the time he does the same.



Then there's the poor butterfly whose headaches come from the flycatchers.



As for me, how could someone get a headache watching this?
 
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Beautiful. THank you for sharing these lovely photos. The tree helps many beings.
 
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