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And at the Akizuki castle ruins, an hour’s drive from the city center, towering rows of butter-colored, elm-like zelkovas and aged scarlet maples near Kuromon’s gate rarely take a bad photo.
Soon Swami Prabhupada found himself on the Bowery, leading workshops on the Bhagavad Gita and overseeing devotional chanting in Tompkins Square Park, where there’s now an elm tree dedicated to the religion.
To use three examples that are commonly hit by mistletoe, hackberry limbs are more vulnerable than cedar elms or bois d’arcs.
Also known as Elmwood because of the 13 elm trees planted by Ellsworth in honor of the 13 original colonies, the property was owned by the Ellsworth family until 1903, when it was presented to the Connecticut DAR to operate as a museum.
For one wall, Mr. Stadtländer used a jigsaw to cut wavy-edged panels from elm wood, also from his forest.
Its decline has been linked to an outbreak of Dutch elm disease that was first recognized in the 1970s; the disease has killed millions of British elm trees, which is the food source for white-letter hairstreak caterpillars.
Through the chapel's glass walls, churchgoers can look out onto a grove of elms and evergreens.
After more shopping, if not a nap under the elms, take an evening walking tour of Whiskey Row, the drinking establishments lining the plaza's west side.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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