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Van Mahotsav is an annual pan-Indian tree planting festival, occupying a week in the month of July. During this event millions of trees are planted.
The cherry tree, on the right, was planted in his memory ( see A Shropshire Lad, II ).
The County of Nice saw girls and boys " turn the May " with the sound of fife and drum, i. e. to dance rounds of May around the tree of May planted on the place of the village.
The last match of the tour was against a Victorian XXII at the MCG after which the English team planted an elm tree outside the ground.
According to Pliny the Elder a vine, a fig and an olive tree grew in the middle of the Roman Forum, the latter was planted to provide shade ( the garden plot was recreated in the 20th century ).
A supposedly older tree, the " Peisistratos Tree ", is located by the banks of the Cephisus River, in the municipality of Agioi Anargyroi, and is said to be a remnant of an olive grove that was planted by Athenian tyrant Peisistratos in the 6th century BC.
In February 1998, a local company took cuttings from the Major Oak and began cultivating clones of the famous tree with the intention of sending saplings to be planted in major cities around the world.
* In the Roger Zelazny's 1978 novel The Chronicles of Amber: The Courts of Chaos prince Corwin encounters Ygg ( a nick from Yggdrasil ), a tree who speaks and is planted on the border between Order and Chaos, between Amber and Courts of Chaos
Near the cathedral, in the garden of the ancient Palais des Archevêques ( now Musée des Beaux-Arts ), is a huge cedar tree planted by Napoleon.
A school ( John Philip Sousa Elementary ) and a band shell are named after him and there is also a memorial tree planted in nearby Port Washington.
Shortly after, Sister Husband comes to pick up Novalee and offers to let Novalee and the baby live at her house ( as well as because Sister Husband does not know how to take care of the buckeye tree Novalee planted ).
The Los Angeles County Department of Forestry has extensively planted the tree over a 50-year period for that purpose.
It is planted as a specimen tree or in mass screenings.
The tree onion produces bulblets instead of flowers and seeds, which can be planted directly in the ground.
File: Treelawn2. JPG | A sidewalk with a planted rain garden in the " tree lawn " or " road verge " zone
A small orange tree planted in a wooden box was brought forth by one of his assistants.
Breadfruit tree planted in Honolulu, Hawaii
Trees were planted on the sandbank and it is said that the first tree that grew on it was the papaya tree.
A standard tree bears around 50-80 nuts a year, and average earnings in Vanuatu ( 1999 ) were USD 0. 20 per kg ( one kg equals 8 nuts ), allowing approximately $ 320 USD to be earned yearly for each planted hectare.
The oldest living plant of known planting date is a Ficus religiosa tree known as the Sri Maha Bodhi planted in the temple at Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka by King Tissa in 288 BC.
The courtyard of Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, with California's oldest pepper tree ( Peruvian pepper | Schinus molle ), planted in 1830, visible through the arch.
It is also stated that " a wealth of sweet-smelling herbs and shrubs " and a vast array of tree species grew in Ithilien, some of them having been planted by men in days of peace, and that despite desolation the land " kept still a dishevelled dryad loveliness ".

tree and 1860
Another huge tree, Kairaru, had a girth of 20. 1 metres and a columnar trunk free of branches for 30. 5 metres as measured by a Crown Lands ranger, Henry Wilson, in 1860.
How much truth there is in what is a plausible and a favourite story can never be known, but it is certain that tradition marked a tree as that from which the apple fell, till 1860, when, owing to decay, the tree was cut down and its wood carefully preserved.
The image was reprinted in 1860 and, by the 1870s, putting up a Christmas tree had become common in the United States.

tree and replace
Otherwise, replace it with either the largest in its left sub tree ( in order predecessor ) or the smallest in its right sub tree ( in order successor ), and remove that node.
Russell Page, who began his career in the Brownian landscape of Longleat but whose own designs have formal structure, accused Brown of " encouraging his wealthy clients to tear out their splendid formal gardens and replace them with his facile compositions of grass, tree clumps and rather shapeless pools and lakes ".
The word turpentine derives ( via French and Latin ) from the Greek word τερεβινθίνη terebinthine, the name of a species of tree, the terebinth tree Mineral turpentine or other petroleum distillates are used to replace turpentine, but they are very different chemically.
In addition to this, opponents of clearfelling point out that the forests survived for centuries without clearfelling and that it takes perhaps 300 years to replace a giant tree, commercially valuable only as woodchip, and therefore designated as " waste " by the harvesters.
The principal activities taking place on the first Earth Day included educational lectures given by experts in various environmental fields, garbage and litter pick-up by students along city roads and highways as well as tree plantings to replace the trees killed by Dutch Elm Disease.
Analysis of tree ages in areas that are harvested show that moderate and intense gathering takes so many seeds that not enough are left to replace older trees as they die.
Upon hearing of the tree's destruction, the arboretum offered one of the young trees to replace the fallen tree.
Current regeneration patterns may indicate which tree species will replace tanoak in diseased areas ; such transitions will be of particular importance in forest types that were relatively poor in tree species diversity even before the introduction of SOD ( e. g. redwood forest ).
This can be alternatively interpreted as mapping the infinite depth binary tree onto this tree and then applying breadth-first traversal: replace the " down " edges connecting a parent node to its second and later children with " right " edges from the 1st child to the 2nd child, 2nd child to third child, etc.
The Greater Hume Shire Council provided $ 200, 000 to help landowners replace approximately of boundary fences and help in the removal of fallen tree debris.
At the far end of the inflorescence, away from the axis of the tree, pairs of male flowers replace the triads of male and female flowers.

tree and died
Bono died on January 5, 1998 of injuries sustained when he hit a tree while skiing on the Nevada side of Heavenly Ski Resort near South Lake Tahoe, California.
Here stood the oak tree, on which an arrow shot by Sir Walter Tyrrell at a stag, glanced and struck King William the Second, surnamed Rufus, on the breast, of which he instantly died, on the second day of August, anno 1100.
Here, joined by people who died as soldiers or as sacrificial victims, by women who died in childbirth and by members of the priesthood, they enjoyed a delectable existence rewarded with delicious food and drink and resting under the shade of a pleasant tree, Yaxche, free from all want.
Weakened by Dutch Elm Disease, the tree died in 1964 from storm damage.
The tree died in the 1970s, but it survives in the elm tree logo still used by Elfun.
In February almost the entire company were affected by the disease and as many as 25 of them died before the survivors learned from the Indians that the bark of a white spruce tree boiled in water would afford a cure.
Possibly like, Odin, the chief of the gods, who voluntarily hanged himself for nine nights on Yggdrasil, the cosmic tree, in order to become wise, Vafthrudnir had also temporarily died.
Weakened by Dutch elm disease, the tree died in 1964 from storm damage.
These were the hamadryads who were an integral part of their trees, such that if the tree died, the hamadryad associated with it died as well.
If the tree died, the hamadryad associated with it died as well.
She lived out the span of her life in his realm, and when she died, the god sought consolation by creating a suitable memorial of their love: in the Elysian Fields where the pious spend their afterlife, he brought a white tree into existence.
By the time it died, another tree had appeared.
On January 5, 1998, Bono died of injuries from hitting a tree while skiing at Heavenly Ski Resort in Lake Tahoe.
The tree died in 2000, and one of its saplings now grows in its place.
That tree was standing about one mile ( 1. 6 km ) east of modern-day Golva till it died around 1980.
An American reporter for the Tucson Daily Citizen ( 1887 ) visited the site of his death, and found Cajemé's hat was nailed to a tree, and a wooden cross inscribed with the following: " INRI, aque fallecio General Cajemé, Abril 23, 1887, a los 11 y 5 la manaña " ( INRI for Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews Here died General Cajemé, April 23, 1887 at 11: 05 in the morning ).
It was started by the Bone family in 1988 by purchasing and planting a tree from the Park authorities in memory of Bessie Bone who died in that year.
Scores of hikers have died on the mountain in all seasons, due to harsh and rapidly changing conditions, as well as inadequate equipment, failing to plan for the wide variety of conditions which can occur above tree line, and poor decisions once the weather began to turn dangerous.
These parasitise the living tissues of the mature tree, hastening senility and death, and survive in the soil and decaying roots after the tree has died.

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