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Lone Willow Farm is the farm in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island, where Fred and Diana Wright lived after they married.

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"'Would you cut a lovely thing like that down even if it does shut out the view?' So the willow stays... and it is lovely. That's why we've called our place Lone Willow Farm."
Diana Barry about Lone Willow farm to Anne Shirley.

Lone Willow Farm was so named because of the lone willow tree that stood on the farm. After Diana Barry and Fred Wright had gotten married, Fred wanted to cut down the willow because it shut out the view. However, Diana did not want it cut down despite it cutting out the view because it was lovely, and so the tree stayed on the farm.

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Locations
Cities
Boston | Charlottetown
Houses
Bonnyview | Echo Lodge | The Evergreens | Glen St. Mary manse | Green Gables
House of Dreams | Ingleside | Lone Willow Farm | Lynde's Hollow | Maplehurst | Mount Holly
Orchard Slope | Patty's Place | Tomgallon House | Windy Poplars | The Yellow House
Nature
Haunted Wood | Hester Gray's garden | Lake of Shining Waters | Lover's Lane | Rainbow Valley
Provinces
Manitoba | New Brunswick | Nova Scotia | Ontario | Prince Edward Island | Saskatchewan
Schools
Avonlea school | Glen St. Mary school | Queen's Academy | Redmond College | Summerside High School
Towns
Bolingbroke | Grafton | Hopetown | Kingsport | Summerside
Villages
Avonlea | Carmody | Glen St. Mary | Harbour Head | Lowbridge | Millward
Newbridge | Scottsford | Spencervale | Upper Glen | White Sands
Other
Avonlea Hall | Canada | Four Winds | Hammond Sawmill
Old St. John's Cemetery | Over-Harbour | Spook's Lane | Tomorrow

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