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Early May

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1.Bing cherry tree, the first fruit tree in Dufferin Grove Park. Planted in 1999. Ari Kamp decided to prune all the bottom branches off, so now the kids have to climb up to get cherries. Bing cherry trees are good for climbing, though.

2.The little Bing cherry tree, planted by Annick Mitchell in 2005, when she heard that Bing cherry trees like to cross-pollinate. The first Bing cherry tree was not very productive before this tree arrived. Now it does better, although the kids, the birds, and the raccoons eat so many cherries that nobody else gets many. The apartment building behind is the one where Ben Figueredo used to live before he died. He helped out with the grapes particularly.

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The Eden Project(United Kingdom)

Gardens In Paris


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