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A tree is something that lasts for hundreds of years, and that you can watch grow from a small seedling into a huge treefort-holding oak. Find a spot that will handle the growth of the tree, and make the planting a family event. You can even photograph yourself by the tree each year. For fun, plant two trees and twine them as they grow.

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