Cloning the Trees of Mount Vernon In Virginia, horticulturalists are cloning trees on George Washington's estate in order to save them. Washington himself planted the trees. The restoration is an attempt to preserve the estate according to Washington's vision.
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Cloning the Trees of Mount Vernon

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In Virginia, horticulturalists are cloning trees on George Washington's estate in order to save them. Washington himself planted the trees. The restoration is an attempt to preserve the estate according to Washington's vision.