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Super color, y'all! In this area the redbud and Indian Princess trees are now blooming and yesterday I spied the very first azalea blooms, kurumes Snow and Coral Bell. They're always the first out of the gate.
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The purple blue flower is Texas mountain laurel.
It smells like grape bubble gum or soda pop.
One of the trees I started from a seed that was about 25 years old I collected from the wild.
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Default Sweet peas and Poinsettia

Sweet peas just started blooming. My almost 2.5 year old poinsettia is putting out multiple large and small red leaves at the tips of the stems.
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