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Cleveland Park Flower Thief Makes the New York Times

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Those who follow the Cleveland Park Listserv are well acquainted the “flower thief”. Now our neighbors up north are as well – from the New York Times:

It starts each April with the violation of lilacs. Peonies are the next to fall, then Asiatic lilies. Then, in a painful botanic denouement, hydrangeas meet their demise, yanked at times straight from the roots…

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Some residents fear that with every flower destroyed, part of the history of the city and its neighbors goes, too…

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