Farmer Axel Erlandson has a very special hobby of pruning and grafting trees into exotic and curious shapes, and naming them – Circus Trees. The above image is a “Basket Tree“, and it was achieved by planting six Sycamore trees in a circular pattern and then affixing them together in a unique diamond pattern.

Farmer Axel Erlandson has a very special hobby of pruning and grafting trees into exotic and curious shapes, and naming them – Circus Trees. The above image is a “Basket Tree“, and it was achieved by planting six Sycamore trees in a circular pattern and then affixing them together in a unique diamond pattern.

Sycamore tree ..the most amazing bark patterns and a good source of pollen for bees. Win-win! :0)

Sycamore tree ..the most amazing bark patterns and a good source of pollen for bees. Win-win! :0)

Along the compacted pea gravel drive, the original water oak allée has been replaced with one of Yarwood sycamore, a species better suited to the property’s conditions.

Along the compacted pea gravel drive, the original water oak allée has been replaced with one of Yarwood sycamore, a species better suited to the property’s conditions.

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Sycamore tree watercolor painting print by Cathy Hillegas, 8x10, Before The Rain, cream, white, blue, purple, yellow, brown

Sycamore tree art watercolor painting print by Cathy Hillegas, 8x10, watercolor print, stormy sky, cream, white, blue, purple, yellow, brown

Sycamore tree watercolor painting print by Cathy Hillegas, 8x10, Before The Rain, cream, white, blue, purple, yellow, brown

Horselover Phat's Subliminal-Synchro-Sphere: Twin Peaks - Under The Sycamore Tree

Horselover Phat's Subliminal-Synchro-Sphere: Twin Peaks - Under The Sycamore Tree

Tree Goddess, or 'Lady of the Sycamore'  in the Nakht Tomb, Luxor. She is usually identified w/either Nut, Hathor or Isis. Here she is shown w/an emblematic sycamore tree on her head. The Egyptians believed that she would emerge from the sycamore when the ba-soul (in bird form) rested in the tree's shade & would give it nourishment & water. Tomb TT52, Thutmose IV, Dyn 18

Tree Goddess, or 'Lady of the Sycamore' in the Nakht Tomb, Luxor. She is usually identified w/either Nut, Hathor or Isis. Here she is shown w/an emblematic sycamore tree on her head. The Egyptians believed that she would emerge from the sycamore when the ba-soul (in bird form) rested in the tree's shade & would give it nourishment & water. Tomb TT52, Thutmose IV, Dyn 18

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