Do you have a favorite tree that has blossoms during Spring? Thank you for answering.
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Hi Dear Shyron, Oh, my goodness, Dogwood trees bring back such lovely memories of my childhood as my backyard was just full of them. Love your beautiful tribute and meaning shared here! One Easter, as a child, I experienced a miracle of the trees!
I hope you will share your miracle of the tree(s).
I am glad you came back and commented again, as they only give us so much room to reply. When I first joined HP, I wrote on it, as it was such a special time with the Lord, but over time, it started to go down as they do, and so I unpublished it.
Hi Ed, oh, you know it, the Southern magnolia blossom is glorious indeed. Yes, the lilac is so lovely and that is a sweet thing to share about it also being your mother's favorite!
Hello chef-de-jour, My goodness, another poetic description of the cherry tree. Your comment could be a poem! I have not heard of the Blackthorn, but I must seek it out from your superb and poetic description!!!
Hi RTalloni, yes, indeed, all blooming trees are stunning after the winter!!! I have not heard of the redbud tree. Must look it up! Thank you for answering.
I love the lilacs in the spring. Every year my tree in the front blooms for such a short time, it is beautiful and a rich deep purple. Oh spring, Out like a lion, no kidding!
Wow tsmog, yes, the Desert Willow sounds breathtakingly beautiful from your description. I live in southeastern USA, so not sure if I have seen this amazing tree you write of here. I love hummingbirds and the butterfly bushes here attract them.
Shelly, lilacs offer immense beauty and variety are many here in SoCal. At Las Pilitas Nursery website there are pages of them. Faith Reaper I have not any :( at home. I do have sage and fuschia attracting those flying angels :)
Oh, tsmog, we have those beauties too, lilacs! I love that, those flying angels. I can tell you are an amazing writer just from your wonderful comments!
Hi MysticMoonlight, oh what a beautiful comment and description, so poetic of you describing the plum and cherry trees. I agree, seeing them will brighten one's mood and make one smile indeed!