Last month I received 4 tiny twigs that, if I have any luck at all, just may someday become dogwood trees. I’ve planted them out along the back edge of the yard between the hybrid willows; in that spot where nothing has grown before. I’m hoping that somehow over the years the soil there has improved enough to grow them.
I guess we’ll know in a few months if they are actually going to live or not; they’re not much to look at right now.
So for last week’s 52 project, which I am just now getting around to posting, T is for tiny, twig, and tree.
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Tiny; diminutive; small; minute; little.
Twig; any small, leafless branch of a woody plant.
Tree; a plant having a permanently woody main stem or trunk, ordinarily growing to a considerable height.