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Pine Bloom Plantation

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Loblolly Pine Trees, 2.5 years later

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菜の花咲く春の土手【お花畑】自然に咲く野の花

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Jack pine plantation

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Beautiful Banana Tree with Fascinating Bloom! Woodbine Sea Pines Plantation

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Pinebloom Flyaround

The Pine Bloom Plantation, also known as Pinebloom Plantation, is a historic site in Newton, Georgia. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 9, 1990. It is located on Tarva Road and County Route 122, 3/4 of a mile south of the Baker County, Georgia/ Dougherty County, Georgia line in Baker County. The site includes Greek Revival architecture, is associated with Gov. Alfred Holt Colquitt, and dates to about 1850.
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