Big Cypress Elementary School fourth-grader Andreina Valencia, 9, center, pours water around a newly planted Tabebuia tree, also known as a Trumpet tree, as classmates watch behind the school during Plant Conservation Day on May 18, 2009. The Tabebuia tree, which has more than 100 species, is the national tree of Brazil, Paraguay and Venezuela. Each fourth grade class, and some fifth grade classes planted either a yellow or purple Tabebuia tree in the median grass of the back parking lot of Big Cypress. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Big Cypress Elementary School fourth-grader Andreina Valencia, 9, center, pours water around a newly planted Tabebuia tree, also known as a Trumpet tree, as classmates watch behind the school during Plant Conservation Day on May 18, 2009. The Tabebuia tree, which has more than 100 species, is the national tree of Brazil, Paraguay and Venezuela. Each fourth grade class, and some fifth grade classes planted either a yellow or purple Tabebuia tree in the median grass of the back parking lot of Big Cypress. Greg Kahn/Staff

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