Flowering trees

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  1. Teresa says:

    Cool photo. What a great entry! Good luck

  2. Your mother looks so young! Probably because she was when the photo was taken. I like this photo. It is family history, garden history, and a nice flowering tree too.

  3. Pam/Digging says:

    Yes, adorable. I see that an interest in plants is in your genes!

  4. Beautiful place, beautiful mom – how fun to enter a family history photo, Sue! So Piney woods look like that in Spring? Another part of Texas we’ve not yet seen.

    Annie at the Transplantable Rose

  5. SkaycD says:

    Having grown up in and around east Texas, I think the tree with the white flowers is not a Mexican plum but a dogwood. East Texas forest offer a wonderful display of dogwood in the spring.

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  1. August 4, 2009

    […] SUE: “Love that fifties look! And I like how her pose reflects the slender and graceful trees in her midst.” […]

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