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Re: Crooked tree question
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Crooked tree question ()

Larry Barrett
I think trees try to find the sun. Sometimes, in the middle of a forest, that means they will straighten up because the sun may only be seen when it is overhead. But for a tree growing near the edge of the forest, that may mean growing almost horizontally (think cherry trees, for instance).

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