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Section I Feature Trees
This first section of the book includes photographs and descriptions of 27 of the more than varieties of trees on the Winona State University Campus. Trees were selected for this section because of the potential for interest among readers. Some were chosen because of their bright color. Others were included because of their unique fruit. Still others were included because of the interesting way in which the tree came to be planted on campus.
In this section, each feature includes a large photo of the whole tree, plus a few small photos highlighting one or more elements of the tree (leaf, fruit, cone, bark, etc.). Each tree is also described in detail including information about its origins, geographic range, common features, and specific campus locations.
Crabapple between Phelps and Somsen Halls
For in the true nature of things,
if we rightly consider,
every green tree is far more
glorious than if it were made of
gold and silver
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