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JJohnston

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#1 posted 1294 days ago

I’m not surprised to hear that cottonwood does this. There are lots of cottonwoods around here, along the Rio Grande, and the big, mature ones almost invariably have multiple trunks that curve continuously outward to become their own branches at the top.

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