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East Anaheim boundary was marked by willow trees whose
appetite for water imperiled the colony's water supply.
Water runoff from fountain falls into a tree well where
a willow tree is planted.
Water to the fountain is brought up along a spiraling
copper pipe which is naturally cooled by the evaporation
of the runoff water. Water runoff falls into the tree
well to nourish the tree. A willow post measuring 3"
in diameter was taken from Santa Ana River and planted.
Today it is a tree.