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John McGlynn

Don't forget to mention the smell of these blossoms. One of most pleasant perfumes I've ever smelled.

My father planted a 5ft tall one in our yard in New Jersey in 1956, and it had reached a height of 20-25 ft by 2000, when the new owners of the property (probably not even knowing what it was) cut it down.



I hope the tree is still blooming next weekend when we come to pick up tomatoes! What a sight:)

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