WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN APRIL 2019


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Thank you! They are quit vibrant. Several more about to open up. Unfortunately some of the wildflowers have rather ugly greenery!
 

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Zigs, your photos always make me homesick for England, and I'm not from England!

:) Might be a genetic memory, I always had a thing about the West Country, then I found the family came from there 500 years ago :eek:
 
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Tetters, that is Crossvine (bignonia capreolata) which is evergreen here, and after the heavy spring bloom, blossoms off and on throughout the summer and fall. I love it, and have taken cuttings and rooted them for friends. This area may soon be known as the "Crossvine capital of Texas"!
Zigs, my maternal grandmother was from England, perhaps it is a genetic memory. If not, it's just a deep and abiding admiration for the English, Scots, Irish, and Welsh, and their lands.
 

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My bonsai Azalea is flowering nicely. Once the blossoms are done it will get trimmed up to look like a small tree again. I just didn’t have the heart to cut the flowers off this year.
how cool is that!
(I'll take that table when you get tired of it!)
 
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