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November 10, 2013

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jennifer

Sequoia and Myrtle, and ironically, Garden, after the huge exotic garden that Trousdale and Murchison bulldozed on the grounds of the former Mills Estate.

Greg

Sequoia?

Joe

Right you two are--Sequoia. Right between Franklin and the hospital. But I rejected Myrtle as a bush, not a tree--same with Bayberry Pl. And I realized I forgot Cypress which is crazy since it is right around the corner from me!

JROC

Laurel and Maple?

Joe

Both Laurel and Maple are listed in the original post, but I did think of another one that is not: Heteromeles arbutifolia (Toyon) - A California native evergreen shrub that typically grows to a dense 10 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Older plants can be taller and wider and even trained into small trees.

So we will run with Toyon as a tree and it is just south of Cammisa Motors off Carolan.

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