Sunday, March 2, 2008

A few more random blossoms:

Just a few more pictures I took at work yesterday. The first here is Corylopsis spicata or Spike Winter Hazel. Deciduous shrub growing 6-8 feet tall and wide. The inch long yellow, fragrant blossoms appear now, in late winter. I have one in my purchase pile in a 4" pot.

This is a DOUBLE RED FLOWERING PEACH. I love this tree. The growth habit is similar to other similar flowering trees of this type (cherry, almond, plum), maturing to 20 feet. The bright blossoms bloom for at least two weeks. I have one of these in my hold pile too, but in a tiny 2 inch pot. LoL.

This is just a very pretty double flowered lemon yellow primrose, pretty huh?

The next two are of the Magnolia Vulcan. Sorry for the Magnolia overload but we only get to bask in their beauty for a few short weeks.....sigh

Its a beautiful day in California wine country! Outside I go!


Aunt Debbi/kurts mom said...

Keep posting the magnolia blooms. They will be gone too soon.

Tina said...

Thanks Deb, I actually have a few more for

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