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The PEACHLEAF WILLOW is one of the tallest trees of the North American prairie, up to 70 feet. It is a food source for SO, SO MANY butterflies, moths, caterpillars, flies, birds, and bees. Aphids too but fuck aphids. It grows very quickly but doesn't live too long, and it's spread only by seeds, unlike other willows, which can spread by roots or even little bits of snapped twig. Like other willows, it lives in wet places and is a favored building material of beavers. Ugh, beavers.
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