marijuanaenthusiasts

Advice From a Tree...

Advice From a Tree...

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This tree gives me better advice than my father.

Bad Advice From A Tree.

Do not move around at all.

If it gets cold, discard your appendages.

If someone builds something nice or useful near you, feel free to crack and break it.

Its ok to drop and arm on a car from time to time.

If you drop a child, don't catch him.

Did he make like a tree and leave?

When stoners accidentally wonder into this subreddit. (Image from r/trees)

When stoners accidentally wonder into this subreddit. (Image from r/trees)

It's cooler if you don't acknowledge it.

*wander

See dude, you leave Philly and bad shit happens.

Im a hipster i dont wanna be "cool" i wanna be different

<----- Number of TREES seen on 04/20/2017. Only upvote if you saw a TREE today.

<----- Number of TREES seen on 04/20/2017. Only upvote if you saw a TREE today.

Arborist checking in. I see 100s of trees a day.

I think it'd be more disturbing if someone went a whole day NOT seeing a tree (unless there were extenuating circumstances, like being in a hospital).

Bike rider checking in. I too see hundreds of trees a day. It's awesome !

Or blind

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Congratulations, /sub/MarijuanaEnthusiasts! You are Subreddit of the Day!

Congratulations, /sub/MarijuanaEnthusiasts! You are Subreddit of the Day!

If this gets to /all, so many people will be confused.

Twenty years ago.

Edit: Great, my top all-time comment is in /sub/marijuanaenthusiasts on 4/20. I guess I'll come to work with a full bladder on Saturday.

/trees is for marijuana enthusiasts. So imagine what /marijuanaehtusiasts is about

When is the best time to plant a tree?

My Japanese Maple is looking good. Thought I'd share. It's nothing unique, I guess, but it sure is pretty.

My Japanese Maple is looking good. Thought I'd share. It's nothing unique, I guess, but it sure is pretty.

Plant some hostas underneath for light green color to contrast the red and make it pop. Looks good!

US Tree Diversity. Found on /sub/mapPorn

US Tree Diversity. Found on /r/mapPorn

That region has the highest plant diversity in the United States because it is right where the Temperate zone meets the Sub-Tropical zone. You have palm trees growing right next to Pines and hardwoods.

Try one of these subthreads