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    Super Member RobertaMarie's Avatar
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    This is a coral tree that I grew from a seed I found in Maui many years ago. I never dreamed it would get this big when I planted it outside what is now my sewing room. I is bare in January, starts budding leaves in March and starts blooming in May. Look at it now!!! I love it.
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    It is beautiful!! My parents used to have a coral tree planted in the middle of their back patio. It was a gorgeous tree but the roots started pulling up all the cement and tore up the planter so they had to have it taken out!

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    WOW that is gorgeous!

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    Wow!!!It's really beautiful!!

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    Beautiful

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    it's beautiful

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    What a beautiful tree!

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    It's beautiful!

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    It is really gorgeous! God does good work, huh? I guess you've received enough rain to not hamper its growth. It is soooooo dry here in Texas everything is looking brown & so whimpy. Can't wait until Fall... altho my backyard looks that way with so many dead leaves falling...

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    It's beautiful How many years ago was the seed planted?

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