love tree


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  • noun

Synonyms for love tree

small tree of the eastern Mediterranean having abundant purplish-red flowers growing on old wood directly from stems and appearing before the leaves: widely cultivated in mild regions

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Shoji Kodama, the CEO & Founder, says, "Love Counter and Love Tree have been developed to realize the management philosophy of ES Corporation: Make the world smile.
As your love tree grows and matures, so will your relationship" schmoozes the company, which has a store in Rugby.
An Eastern Hemlock tree is also called love tree, as it is best known for its longevity with a lifespan of 800 years.
Some people like dressing the tree, but I can't stand all that, even though I love trees, especially the ones in department stores.
VALENCIA - The pupils in Debbie Bartlette's fourth-grade class at Meadows Elementary School in Valencia love trees.
Tree-athlon Chris is also Patron of Trees For Cities, an independent charity established in 1993 which inspires people to plant and love trees worldwide.
Submitted by their grandmother, Chris Roberg, who titles it "Teaching Our Baby Brother To Love Trees.
I love trees," said Michelle after learning that her poster was the national winner.
I do it because of this thing people call conservation, stopping global warming, and saving trees -- I love trees.
I love trees - they add so much to the environment - but I have a problem with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and its spending for the ``needy'' (``DWP to finance planting of 4,000 trees at LAUSD schools,'' Daily News.
I love trees as well as the next man, but this is the old part of the city and these giant trees must be a danger to old buildings such as Thomas Bewick's workshop, not to mention the Moot Hall.
I love trees, especially the willow trees that hang over and move in the breeze on the Heath.
People love trees, we benefit from them in so many different ways, and now we know they could play a significant part in reducing the UK's carbon dioxide emissions," he said.
Also, he recognized that while all people love trees, forest conservation needed to make a bigger impact on a population that was increasingly urban and increasingly disconnected from the land.