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They are very hardy and they are the first thing that
blooms in the spring.
A great scene, a mass of white bloom.
So how many trees does this involve?
Well, this is going to involve about 140 trees.
Where do you get those, from what nursery?
Well, we get them from a grower called Miranda, who
plants them. And it's a great pleasure to see these things
that are planted.
It's a great pleasure for other people to see them, too.
Well, I'm delighted, yes.
Anything else in New York City?
Well, I planted 20 blocks of begonias on Park Avenue
this spring, now, in June, and they look very pretty but they
need weeding, and it's going to cost me a lot of money to get
them weeded because last year I planted them, and I asked the
city to weed them, and they pulled up the begonias and left the
Becuase they didn't know what was a begonia and what was a
weed. So you have to get educated weeders.
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