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This is our little flowering almond tree. I don't think it grows nuts. It's only two feet tall and it's only going to grow to four feet!




Evening Primrose. They say this will take over our yard. Bring it on!



Sweet yellow columbine. My favorite! ::stuffs it in her mouth::


The lawn dudes sprayed the grass this morning. I think it smells interesting. I hope I'm not high!

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tsubasahome
May. 2nd, 2005 07:27 pm (UTC)
You just love that sweet, sweet fertilizer.

The flowering almond looks like cotton candy.
nikita2471
May. 2nd, 2005 08:44 pm (UTC)
LOL! Hope your not high and wake up with a third limb the next morning! The flowering almond tree is gorgeous! It does look like cotton candy!! *stuffs in mouth* That Evening Primrose is suppose to spread like a weed or something?

The flowering bushes in our backyard...most of the flowers are now gone. T_T Big storm last week blew all the petals away.
leene_chan
May. 3rd, 2005 04:53 am (UTC)
I wouldn't mind an extra set of arms! XD

I don't know much about the Evening Primrose but I checked an online plant database and apparently it spreads everywhere. All the people who posted about it were from CA or some other place with a climate unlike CT's, so I wonder if maybe it won't be so invasive here.

Not that I'd mind. I'm always on the lookout for interesting ground covers. ^o^

That's the problem with flowering trees and shrubs. All it takes is one windy day or thunderstorm and whooooosh, the flowers are gone. I always feel sad when I see a once-lovely magnolia tree molting wilted petals everywhere. =_= That's why you have to take photos!
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