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  • sandra

    My husband said we would find a place as this is one of the few outdoor items I've always wanted. | | Beautiful Weeping Willow Tree

  • Kay Luther

    Memory: The beautiful weeping willow! I had one of these in my back yard by the pond. Miss that tree.

  • Whitney Bell

    I want a weeping willow tree in my backyard one day..it's my favorite tree of all time ♡ Willows grow fast! Beautiful by a stream or pond.

  • Karen Harris

    Beautiful Weeping Willow Tree Green

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