Next up, we have the one by the road. You can't see the fledgling magnolia growing in the decay, and while I wish the evergreen well, I do not expect it will survive the relocation to the arb during the coming new moon.
Perhaps the little magnolia is suited for a life as a bonsai. I don't think I've ever seen such a thing.
Last, we have the oak by the parking lot. Many workers sit in the shade of this one as they have their lunch. This tree can probably speak Spanish now.
The smaller trees next to the parking lot are a part of the landscaping, complete with red wood chip mulch. I bear those maples no ill will, but they do not an improvement make over the oaks. Perhaps in another century.
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