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By Roger Boddaert
Special to Village News 

Local trees provide a trip around the world

 

Last updated 7/10/2020 at 2:50pm

Village News/Roger Boddaert photos

Norfolk Star Pine from Queensland in the South Pacific grows in Fallbrook very well.

The trees that anoint our little hamlet called Fallbrook are immigrants from around the world that dot our hillsides, shelter our homes and give us so many benefits.

As you drive over the hill from the north or come up Hwy. 76 and enter our verdant hills, Fallbrook is uniquely dotted with avocado, citrus and ornamental trees from every continent of the world. This is what gives such a definite charm to our village and this is why so many of us live here.

We have our beloved oak woodlands that meander through the creeks, valleys and stream beds, with a rich indigenous habitat living within...



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