Saturday, May 3, 2014

Crazy Aunt Jean Trees

One of the palo verde trees I started from seed a few years ago eked out its' first flower.  78,90,54,0,C

10 comments:

Grandmama Sarah said...

Nice effort, John! For those of you who wonder why he would even consider such a tree (besides it being a Texas native), check out the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=PAAC3

JohnnyM said...

Oh, I remember Lady BIird's efforts, I lived in the Dallas/Ft
Worth area 1982-1994 and traveled the state highways -byways and looked - diving at 70mph or higher at the beauty of her endeavors. No one ever questioned where the funds came from, how those beauties the Painted brush or blue bells got there but OMGolly geeze wiz zeros were they wonderful!

Margery Bills said...

Yes when I came down from Ohio to the beautiful weather of Texas and saw the fields filled with beautiful flowers, it was like finding paradise.

Margery Bills said...

Yes when I came down from Ohio to the beautiful weather of Texas and saw the fields filled with beautiful flowers, it was like finding paradise.

Rita B. said...

It's Monday. Where are you John? Missing your Sunday scripture.

Ron K said...

Is something wrong? No post last night--not like John.

James Price said...

John, where are you? We are worried!!!

Colo Rado said...

Maybe a little too far off the grid?

Marlin Andrus said...

The only other time i can remember this happening is when you forgot to pay you phone bill....did this happen again, I hope.

2L84Me said...

John has family in for a visit .... may have started Cinco De Mayo a little early? Let's hope for the best!