And the stunning live oaks at Brookgreen Gardens? They were a favorite. Walking into the gardens last fall with my family, upon seeing Live Oak Allée I knelt down, hands pressed against ridged bark as I caught my breath. It was powerful and I was overwhelmed by the beauty. It was only later as we toured the farm areas that I learned that the live oaks were planted only a few hundred years ago, after the removal and destruction of 2000-year-old cypress forests.
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