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2019—Spring Blossoms

Spring is just around the corner and spring blooms come early in Northern California. The only flowering tree in my yard is a volunteer that grew from the roots of my neighbor’s Bradford Pear.  He removed that tree years ago and I didn’t notice the volunteer at the fenceline until the spring blooms appeared in the midst of the evergreen Xylosma.  The flowers add a welcome cheeriness to the yard in the last days of winter with its gloomy gray skies and rain.

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One response

  1. Melinda

    Lovely!!! I don’t think we have any blossoms yet- and snow is in the forecast. Hope your weather will settle down now- it’s been a crazy year!

    March 7, 2019 at 5:56 am

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