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A tree planted by Islander Shirley Harris in 1964 at her home in the 4200 block of 86th Avenue S.E. blooms with abandon as the sun came out last week. Mrs. Harris died in 2002. Her family believes it is the largest magnolia tree on the Island.   - Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter
A tree planted by Islander Shirley Harris in 1964 at her home in the 4200 block of 86th Avenue S.E. blooms with abandon as the sun came out last week. Mrs. Harris died in 2002. Her family believes it is the largest magnolia tree on the Island.
— image credit: Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter

A tree planted by Islander Shirley Harris in 1964 at her home in the 4200 block of 86th Avenue S.E. blooms with abandon as the sun came out last week. Mrs. Harris died in 2002. Her family believes it is the largest magnolia tree on the Island.

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