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Any trees that you DON'T like?

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For me it has to be Willow. main reason is they're almost a weed. When cutting them with a pruning saw they leave a black stain that's hard to remove. But on the plus side they are easy to grow, just cut them and stick them in wet soil and in no time you have a tree, even if it's pretty useless.

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If you don’t like a species of tree it’s probably because you don’t understand the tree or it’s uses.
Every tree I’ve disliked in the past has turned into an amazing tree once I’d learned a lot more about it and it’s place in the world.
(But I’m not a fan of thorn trees)

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