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The streets are lined with old shade trees and are surprisingly quiet little patches of ordinary community life in the center of the vast city.
For those interested in shade trees, the oak species that will be offered grow more than two feet per year.
If your neighbors have worked hard to have a community of pleasant, rather standard landscapes with shade trees, green shrubs, groundcovers and lawngrasses, think twice about jangling it up with giant cacti and yuccas, huge boulders and pagodas.
Mid- to late winter provides an excellent opportunity to prune most hedges, as well as shrubs and shade trees not grown for flowers, and summer-flowering trees and shrubs, such as crape myrtles, oleander, vitex, althea and abelia.
Janice and Bud Maxwell of Marshallville in Wayne County dressed up in Civil War-era clothing and settled under a shade tree to watch the baseball games.
Overhanging his outer compound wall were the only two remaining shade trees in the citadel, one a dying oak, the other a mulberry tree, and within the compound was a tatterdemalion garden, where a scrawny pomegranate tree drooped with heavy fruit.
Meanwhile, shade trees should cover the sidewalks so pedestrians aren’t burned alive walking to the mall or hospital.
In addition to a heated outdoor pool, the grounds include a pond with gazebo, fruit tree orchards, open fields and private woods with shade trees and perennial gardens.
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