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Tree

Tree
cfile, Apr 24, 2021
Description:
I lovedthese knobby trees at Colonial Williamsburg

April Random Challenge
Credits:
NBK Designs | Bloom Kit
https://the-lilypad.com/store/Bloom-Mega-Element-Kit-options.html
Valorie Wibbens | Sprinkles V31 (lace)
https://the-lilypad.com/store/Sprinkles-V31.html
Valorie Wibbens | Art Theory 101 [retired] (Tatting)
Mommyish | Stylin302 (kraft paper)
https://the-lilypad.com/store/CU-PU-Stylin-302.html
font: 1942 Report and Michaela Demo
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photo by me
Journaling:
"This is either a London Planetree or an American Sycamore that has been pollarded. To pollard a tree is an ancient practice. Like coppicing, one cuts back the new growth on a regular schedule to shape and train tree, to maintain its size, or to harvest its wood. Unlike coppicing, where one may cut the tree or shrub back to the ground; pollarding leaves the basic framework of the tree in place, and simply cuts back new growth to a given point. This may be done annually, or once every several years depending on the gardener’s needs."
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    Apr 24, 2021
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