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Michele Evans
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Michele Evans commented on Michele Evans's blog post Fruit Street Trees
"Have I have not talked to the city, I hope to get time to do some of these things this spring. My planting season is so much later than Bozeman, I am at 7300', I usually have a little time in April and May. "
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Don Killian commented on Michele Evans's blog post Fruit Street Trees
"Have you talked to the city about this?"
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Fruit Street Trees

Posted on July 18, 2011 at 12:04pm 2 Comments

I wonder if enough of us, critical mass, could agree that fruit trees are fine for street trees in Bozeman, maybe we could change the course of history. The United States just does not use fruit trees to line their boulevards and they think lawns are good for landscaping. Personally, I think strawberries are way better as a landscaping tool. What do you think, I know we would be butting heads with the powers that be, but think of the amazing amount of fruit that could be produced for fun and… Continue

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